The visual arts at North Lake School teach all students important 21st Century thinking skills while meeting national and state visual arts standards. We focus on specific knowledge, communication, and thinking skills related to the field of visual art while building critical thinking, creativity, collaboration, and communication for the 21st-Century learner.
North Lake School aligns with the National Core Arts Standards. More info can be found here: National Core Art Standards
Kindergarten through fourth grade students work with a wide variety of two-dimensional and three-dimensional media including drawing, painting, print-making, ceramics, and sculptural materials. North Lake art focuses on rich sensory experiences with cross-curricular connections. Art classes provide unique experiences for students to express individual, imaginative, and unique point of views while learning important visual and thinking skills necessary for the 21st Century.
Fifth through eighth grade students work in a wide variety of two and three-dimensional media with the inclusion of technology as a digital media. North Lake art focuses on unique expression allowing for individual reflection and evaluation in an accepting environment. Art lessons sustain strong visual art and 21st Century skills while making cross-curricular connections. Art students at North Lake are provided with unique challenges that foster self-awareness and connection to the world around them.
Mrs. Candi Lyons