Visual arts education is the area of learning that is based upon only the kind of art that one can see. In order to create change, students must first learn to create. Just like adults and perhaps even more so because they are still developing their own identities, young people turn to and respond to the arts to help them communicate and understand ideas, viewpoints and emotions.
St. Xavier’s High School offers a wide variety of Art and Craft learning options. We believe that these classes are indispensable to nurture and showcase the aptitude of students. These classes are a component of the curriculum from classes Pre Nur to VIII and are held twice weekly for every class.
The art and craft classes provide a platform to the students to test their caliber as an artist. In the Art and Craft classes students are taught sundry techniques of painting and sketching and how to engender various items of exquisite hand work.
In this way, the arts cultivate creative thinking which leads to other supplemental skills such as problem-solving which ultimately can benefit students across disciplines. Arts education should play an essential role in affirming and developing creative abilities among students of all skill levels, without limiting it to those who aspire to be professional artists or writers.