Advanced Architecture

This class consists of advanced work for students who have completed two terms of Architectural Design and/or Architectural Drawing. A spring term project of the

Intro to Urban Design

This course consists of a study of the forms of cities throughout history, both built and unbuilt. Through readings, discussions, and drawings, the design of

Intro to Art History

Selecting movements from prehistory to the present, works of art are examined in the context of their era’s dominant ideas, political events, economic factors, and

Intro to Studio Art

This one-term course is intended to be a first experience in the visual arts. It prepares students for AP Studio Art by introducing the fundamentals

Catriona Hynds

From 1996 to 2011, Catriona was Acting and Directing Professor at Ohio Northern University, where she was also Managing Director of the Freed Center for

Sarah Swersey

MM, Flute Performance: Yale University School of MusicBM, Flute Performance; Oberlin ConservatoryDiploma, Juilliard School of Music Pre-College Division 


This one-term course offers an opportunity to investigate the formal elements of both digital and film photography, while exploring the potential for creative expression and

Dance I

This course is intended to be a continuation of the material covered in the introductory level dance class offered fall term. However, all elementary level

Acting I

This two-term course explores the basic principles of acting including ensemble building, improvisation, voice, movement, textual analysis and theater vocabulary. Class assignments include writing and