Students of the Upper, Middle, and Lower Schools are invited to explore the exciting world of the visual, performing, and musical arts at Chase Collegiate and are encouraged to stetch both their abilities and their imaginations. Upon taking a tour of campus, visitors may come across various sculptures, photographs, and fine paintings on display. The Fulkerson Arts building houses many of these and serves as the main art facility on campus, housing a black room, several open art studios, and a digital photography lab.
As students progress to the Middle School from weekly music lessons and short drama performances in the Lower School, they move upwards and onwards to vocal and intrumental instruction as well as a rich musical theater program, all the while, selecting a number of visual arts courses working with sculpture, painting and drawing.
At the point in which Chase students reach the Upper School, they are more than prepared to participate in our rigorous and all- encompassing arts curriculum. From "Mixed Media", "Black and White Photography", "Film Study"and a Central American- themed "Ceramics" classes to rock and choral ensembles, and the competitive Highlander Theater Company, Upper School Students never lack a creative outlet.