Delmarva Christian art students often receive high honors in art competitions with other private and public schools in the county and state.
Creativity & Fine Arts at Delmarva Christian
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Visual, Industrial & Digital Arts
Delmarva Christian Schools offers many fine art electives to include visual arts, industrial arts, and digital arts. Through the implementation of a cumulative art curriculum, students hone the tools of creativity and expression.
Students will have the opportunity to learn the basic skills of various artistic expressions such as metal tooling, clay and wire sculpture, geometric construction, plaster, mosaic, heraldry, calligraphy, origami, sketching, and painting. Students will learn various image transfer methods, how to use technology as an aid in creating art, how to improve their work by understanding the elements and principles of art, as well as, color theory, perspective techniques, and how to cut mats to display their artwork.
The High School Graphic Design course will focus on industry standard best practices in print, presentation and multimedia design â€“ with a focus on modern technology and its use in creating visually stunning media for print, web and video. After successfully completing this course, a student will have developed a critical eye for effective design elements.
In Culinary Arts, students become familiar with the basics of cooking, baking, and general kitchen etiquette under the supervision of our culinary team. Their wares are also served at numerous school events, and are often used to bless others.
Elementary Students in kindergarten through fifth utilize computers as a learning resource with opportunities for expression and creativity.
Middle School Technology is used for cross-curricular, project-based learning. In addition to typing and word processing programs, design software is also introduced.
High School The effective and appropriate use of technology is a key learning outcome stressed throughout the entirety of this course. Successful completion of the objectives within this course enable students to be prepared for other classroom expectations such as writing papers using the MLA format, effective creation and utilization of presentation mediums, and thorough and appropriate research tools and techniques.
Milton Campus students engage in sequential learning through elementary and middle school to appreciate and recognize standard notation. They apply that knowledge by learning how to play instruments such as the recorder and the guitar. Students are also introduced to the skills and terminology needed to evaluate music and musical performances. They also take this knowledge and apply it by composing their own self-compositions on an instrument of their choice (drums, guitar, vocal, etc). Additionally, students learn how to sing in a group with different vocal parts represented.
The Photography course follows industry standard best practices to equip students to become competent and confident photographers. Students will study photography from a Christian perspective with the purpose of serving others and glorifying God with their work. Assignments will include creative use of the camera with composition, shutter speed, and management of light exposure while visiting on and off-campus locations.
This class teaches students to safely build projects using many of the same tools found on any construction site today. It also allows them to learn construction practices including basic floor plan design, material take off practices and project cost analysis. Students will be challenged to use their new talents for projects around the school and to help others in the community through local mission work.