Arts


"People who uniquely extend and add such richness to our language, we call artists. But everyone, to be truly human must be able to respond to the subtle messages only the arts convey. Art education, then, is basic because it extends our language. Music, theater, and the visual arts are languages that reach all people at their deepest and most essential human level. Thus, aesthetic literacy is as basic as linguistic literacy." - Ernest L. Boyer

At Calverton all students, preschool through fifth grade, participate in the arts. In sixth through twelfth grade, numerous arts electives are offered, from basic to advanced levels. Study in the fine arts challenges students to develop perceptual awareness, historical perspective, and creative and performance skills as well as aesthetic sensitivity. Such a program complements the school philosophy by furthering intellectual curiosity, self-evaluation, and self-discipline.

The Fine Arts program at The Calverton School incorporates the disciplines of history, production, criticism, and aesthetics. In keeping with contemporary theories of education, Calverton includes the fine arts within the academic program goals for all grade levels. Study in the fine arts not only develops creative expression, but also allows for creative understanding.

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Come out and support Calverton Sophomore, Charlie Blocksidge, and Team Finish the Fight as they begin their journey of philanthropy! Their Winter Festival will be benefiting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society.

To find out more information and to donate on behalf of Finish the Fight 2019 Click Here

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We are proud to announce, Julian Jackson, Calverton Class of 2022 was awarded the 2018 President's Volunteer Service Award by completing over 100 service hours in 2018.

He earned the Gold Award by regularly volunteering in his community. Julian was a Peer Leader in a Special Needs Sunday School class and assisted at the Charles County Humane Society.

The President's Volunteer Service Award is an initiative of the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS) and is administered by Points of Light. Through a shared mission of inspiring more to answer the call to service, the President's Volunteer Service Award celebrates the impact we can all make in bettering our communities and our world.

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