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Fine Arts

The West Bloomfield School District teaches sequential fine arts curriculum based upon Michigan and National Standards through visual and performing arts classes.  The district has a long tradition of delivering quality k-12 fine arts education both in the curricular and extra-curricular environment that is valued in our community. Beneficial outcomes have been documented in numerous research studies, leading to the inclusion of Arts education as a core academic subject in the Federal Elementary and Secondary Education Act (referred to as “No Child Left Behind”). Corporate executives cite communication, creativity, collaboration, critical thinking and innovation as the characteristics critical for success in the workforce of the 21st century.

Fine Arts Theatre

Performing Arts

Students interact with elements of rhythm, melody, harmony, form, history, and other expressive qualities. They demonstrate their understanding through performances throughout the year. The skills, experience, and understanding acquired in performing art classes are essential components of the overall learning process, and include higher level thinking skills.

Curricular Offerings

General Music, Band, Orchestra, Musical Theatre, Vocal Music, Concert Band, Symphony Band, Symphonic Winds, Drama 1, Drama 2, Concert String Orchestra, Symphony Orchestra, Chorale, Chamber Choir, Concert Choir, Laker Express, and AP Music Theory.

Fine Arts Vocal Music
Fine Arts Color Guard

Extra-Curricular Offerings

Jazz Band, Pit Orchestra, MIFA, Marching Band, Winter Drumline, Winter Color Guard, MSBOA Festivals, MSVMA Festivals, Music in the Parks Festivals, BOA Competitions, MCBA Competitions, WGI Competitions, WGI Competitions, Oakland University Chamber Festival, Gold Company Jazz Festival, Hasting’s Jazz Festival.

Visual Arts

Students interact with visual elements of line, color, shape, space, texture, form, value, and history. They demonstrate their understanding through their artwork throughout the year. The skills, experience, and understanding acquired in visual art classes are essential components of the overall learning process, and include higher level thinking skills.

Fine Arts Painting
Artwork from Zachary Plantus

Curricular Offerings

Visual Art, Art Foundations, 3D Explorations, Ceramics & Advances Ceramics, Drawing & Advanced Drawing, Jewelry & Advanced Jewelry, Photography & Advanced Photography, AP Studio Art: 2D Design, AP Studio Art: Drawing.

Artwork by Zachary Plantus

Fine Arts Jewelry

Artwork by Andrew Ruby

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