The Upper School program includes a variety of classes in all Fine Arts disciplines. Two years of Fine Arts is required and it is suggested that four years of Fine Arts reflects a healthy balance within the academic environment for all students. In addition to the course offerings listed below, third year Fine Arts students may enjoy a five day trip to New York City, emphasizing art museums, Broadway theatre and photo shoot opportunities. All Saints’ also participates in the ISAS Arts Festival each year in the spring hosted by an ISAS school. All Saints’ has active memberships in The International Thespian Society, The Tri-M Music Honor Society and The National Art Society.

Visual Arts- This program includes all levels of Studio 2D Art through the AP level. Two semesters of Digital Photography are offered, in addition to two years of Filmmaking and a Foundations of Art class. Various shows are presented throughout the year, including our own special Showcase evening.

Music- Three levels of choir are offered. Piano is offered on three levels, also.  Percussion classes, including the Drumline and Jazz/Rock Ensemble, round out this program.

Theatre Arts- There are four levels of Drama offered in addition to Musical Theatre and the new Technical Theatre class. In addition to One Act plays, the major production is the Musical and our participation at the ISAS Festival.

Dance – Ballet is offered each season and may be taken in lieu of a sport. In addition, the Dance Company has an expanded repertoire that includes lyrical, jazz and modern.

Publications- There are two offerings in this area. Yearbook Publication class is offered by application to sophomores. The Digital Journalism class is focused on news coverage, both in and out of school, and is maintained online through The Modern Saint.


Fine Arts News

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  • A Madrigal Feast

    All Saints' hosted its first ever Madrigal Feast on Friday, December 15th in the US Martin Commons. The event included a grand Renaissance-themed dinner theater experience with an original comedic play, choir concert and multi-course meal. 100 US choir and theater students performed the musical production set in the Middle Ages, while 20 MS choir students served guests dinner. A rarity for independent schools, the lavish production was a roaring success with over 200 in attendance.
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  • Stock Show Art Contest: All Saints' Second Grand Champion

    Claire Wallace '20 was named Grand Champion in the 2018 Star-Telegram Stock Show Art Contest on Saturday. Her art piece, Dirt on My Boots, auctioned for $11,000 - an auction record! This is the second year in a row that an All Saints' student has been named Grand Champion!
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  • 1st Place Photo Story

    Louis Du '20 wins big in national photography contest

    The Association of Texas Photography Instructors’ Annual Fall Contest had almost 7,000 entries from 87 schools across Texas, California, Kansas, Missouri, Nevada, New York, and Utah this year. Despite the steep competition, our own Louis Du ’20 took First Place in 'Beginner Photo Story' and Third Place in 'Beginning Travel Photography'.
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