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J. Percy Page offers a variety of methods in Visual Arts for students to explore and discover their own techniques or preferred genres. 

The programs and assignments encourage students to try drawing, painting, sculpting, print-making, or wherever their inspiration takes them. Regardless of the direction students choose, the program goal is to assist in developing, strengthening, and reinforcing the life-long skills of creative problem solving.

Advanced Placement- Studio Art

Students challenging the Advanced Placement program of studies can enroll in Drawing, 2-D, or 3-D portfolio. Students are encouraged in Art 10AP to try out various methods of mark-making while studying the Elements and Principles of Design, and by art 20 they are finalizing their portfolio choices and concentrations. 

Students interested in the 3-D portfolio are only limited to their imagination and can submit any 3-D piece based on their concentration. This can include Ceramics, Fashion, or even Jewelry.