Visual Arts

Upper School Visual Arts

Parents want to know how our worldview influences their children’s education. Not only do we offer a strong Christian worldview in our curriculum, but it’s important to stay relevant in educational trends. Through Visual Arts, students are able to discover, develop, and showcase their creative talents.  In the current economy, the trend of businesses are moving away from the industrial and informational age and looking for workers who are skilled in concepts and creative thinking. The visual arts curriculum aids students in understanding that solutions to problems can best be answered by brainstorming, collaborating, demonstrating creativity, discriminating variety and quality in working toward solutions, and displaying an ability to synthesize, critique, and evaluate. These skills are directly transferable to the educational and workforce realm.

Parents and their students who are interested in the Visual Arts know that the development and vitality of the school’s programs are essential and equal to the opportunities their children will receive. Through the years, community exposure has included school-wide, city, and national art shows, regional and national contests, local murals, and of course, the success of our students in receiving scholarships and recognition. Currently eight students over the last five years have gone on to national art schools with scholarships ranging from thousands of dollars to a full four-year scholarship at the Savannah School of Art and Design.  Advanced Placement classes began in 2008 and the program has been very successful in obtaining high portfolio scores.

A gallery of artwork from some of our AP art students is below.

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Lower School Visual Arts

The Lower School Visual Art Curriculum introduces students’ in Early Education and Lower School to the basic elements of art. Using a Christian worldview, various mediums and a variety of projects are introduced to develop a student’s basic skills. Each year, students will acquire a progression of skills.  Students will have an opportunity to display their work at CSCA and also participate in the Florida ACSI Art Festival.


The CSCA Fine Arts Department is grateful for the active members in our community who desire to promote the arts through participation in the program as well as provide financial support. Through your contribution you are aligning yourself with the vision of the program and promoting its continued growth and development. Please note that all monetary gifts to the Fine Arts Department are tax deductible. Simply click on the link below, and select “Fine Arts” from the drop down menu labeled “Area of Interest to Donate To”.

Give an Online, Tax-Deductible Gift to the Fine Arts Department.




How do donations help the Fine Arts Department at CSCA?

Your financial support helps the Fine Arts Department purchase multiple items, such as sound equipment, stage lighting, curtains and other larger items that are not covered through the school’s budget. It is our goal to continue to provide excellent programming that is beneficial to the students and glorifies God.