In Holton's art studios, students acquire skills and aesthetic understanding while learning to think creatively. The Fine Arts program in grades 3 through 12 offers a sequential, spiraling curriculum that teaches art as a visual language and combines technical training with the development of imagination and personal expression.
Throughout the school - in the classrooms, offices, hallways, and gallery spaces - artwork by Holton students is continuously displayed and celebrated. School publications, such as the school calendar, and Scroll, the literary arts magazine, feature artwork by students. Small gallery areas in the Middle and Upper Schools provide spaces for students to become exhibition curators as they design and install shows of their own.
Program Overview and Digital Galleries of Student Work