Through a wide selection of classes, workshops, clubs, as well as in-school and after-school extracurricular activities, our students are exposed to different artistic stimuli that prompt them to discover what suits them best.
Art courses within the framework of the International Baccalaureate Programme engage students in hands-on exploratory and experiential learning opportunities, aimed at developing 21st-century skills, such as creative thinking, problem-solving, communication and teamwork. Often, the objects that our students study are approached from an interdisciplinary perspective in collaboration with other subject areas.
Visual Arts / Creative Activities
Starting in Kindergarten and all through High School, our students are given opportunities to familiarize themselves and experiment with various materials, media and visual art forms, such as painting, engraving, sculpture, new digital technology and more. By means of these, each finds his/her personal form of self-expression.
Experiential based learning takes place in specially designed art classrooms that are equipped with all the necessary tools and materials and where modern technology is widely used. Students develop aesthetic skills, become versed in art terminology and work individually or in groups.
They are brought into direct contact with art and artists and are exposed to specimens and works from around the world, in order to appreciate art over time and acquire an intercultural perception. Talks by artists, museum visits and participation in art contests, exhibitions and seminars round out their experience.