Visual Arts

The Carmel School's visual arts classes are available to every student. Lower School students have art classes once a week and learn the fundamentals of studio art with an introduction to art history. Middle School students may opt to take art in the 7th and 8th grades. The 7th grade students continue to develop art fundamentals with projects that feature a strong emphasis on technique and art history, while 8th grade participates in an upper school curriculum class. Upper School classes are media specific and offer an array of options, ranging from a fundamental 2-D design class to traditional 3-D media to graphic arts.

Online Visual Arts Gallery

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  • Art supply donations

    Want to send in your trash?  Here's a list of some stuff we're looking for.
    • Plastic baby wipe containers 
    • Baby wipes
    • Disposable plastic food containers with lids (like sour cream, cream cheese, etc.), 
    • Unwanted yarn/string/ribbon/embroidery floss 
    • Cardboard- both corrugated and paperboard (like cereal boxes), paper towel and toilet paper tubes
    • Matboard
    • Old books, magazines, and newspapers
    • Cotton balls
    • Toothpicks
    • Fake fruit and flowers
    • Unwanted shoes or shoes that have lost their partner
    • Wire clothes hangers, any gauge wire
    • Old toys
    • Masks
    • Human forms- Styrofoam head, dressmaker form, model skeleton, mannequin, etc.
    • Scraps of unwanted fabric  
    • Bottle caps
    • Wine corks
    • Unwanted art supplies
    • Hand tools
    • Wooden spoons and old silverware
    • Paper and plastic bags, resealable (Ziploc) bags
    • Anything you think I might find interesting
The mission of The Carmel School is to prepare students for success in our ever-changing world by creating a community supportive of
academic, physical, and spiritual growth rooted in Christian values to instill honor and integrity.