Fine Arts at Delone Catholic

The Fine and Performing Arts Department is dedicated to helping students hone their aesthetic, artistic, creative, expressive, and practical skills.

Visual Arts classes help students develop strong critical thinking skills needed for life in the 21st century. A variety of classes are offered to meet the interests and abilities of our students. Ninth grade students begin the process with Art Appreciation. Introduction to Art, 2D Design, 3D Design and 3D Design II classes accommodate all levels of ability. Independent Art is a senior honors class for students who have proven their abilities in prior art classes. An Advanced Placement portfolio review may be a consideration for this student.

As stated in the DCHS Music Department Philosophy, music students have the opportunity to develop musically, aesthetically, intellectually, spiritually, personally, socially, and even physically, through a wide variety of music classes and extra-curricular activities. Students who play keyboard, bass, drums, or a traditional band instrument should sign up for Instrumental Music Class (3 or 4 quarters per year.)  Students who enjoy singing should explore Vocal Music Class (full year) or Chorus Class (one semester.)  Advanced music students (juniors and seniors) can study in-depth how music is put together with scales, chords, etc. in Music Theory I and II.  First-year students who do not sign up for Instrumental Music, Vocal Music, or Chorus Class will take one quarter of Music Exploration Class, so that they, too, will have some music training on the high school level.

Technical Education classes provide students with valuable life and career skills such as woodworking and electronics. Architectural Drawing and Engineering Drafting prepare students for more advanced training as future architects and engineers.   

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