Coolidge High School (CHS) Visual Arts students develop an appreciation for art by learning about the history of art while creating their individual artwork. We begin with basic skills and content knowledge. Students build upon basic skills while developing as unique and creative artists.
CHS students work with a variety of artistic methods and mediums throughout the school year. These include drawing, watercolor and acrylic painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, and much more. Students that further their visual arts education with advanced courses gain access to additional art techniques and styles, such as glass fusing, introductory metalsmithing, advanced pottery techniques, advanced printmaking techniques, etc.