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Performing & Visual Arts

With 24 different classes offered in the performing and visual arts and extracurricular organizations such as the Art Club and Spring Musical, Wilson Hall demonstrates its commitment to the importance of arts education. In fact, the S.C. Independent School Association recognized Wilson Hall as having the most successful performing and visual arts program in the state.

Whether through music class in preschool, theater class in the sixth grade, or photography class in the tenth grade, students are exposed to the arts at every grade level.

Wilson Hall believes that a student cannot be truly well-rounded without a foundation in the performing  and visual arts, and it is through the arts that students are encouraged to express themselves and are inspired to discover new talents.

Arts Showcase

The 13th Wilson Hall Arts Showcase featured the artwork of students in preschool through twelfth grade as well as performances from the Instrumental Ensemble, senior members of The Music Man, Jr. cast, and the lower school’s Afternoon Chorus. Each art student had at least one piece of artwork in the show, which featured over 1,000 works of art (ceramics, drawings, paintings, and sculptures). Also on display were drawings by engineering students, 3D printer creations, and a robotics demonstration. Refreshments were served by the Art Club, and there was a ceramics sale. The art teachers, who organized the event, are Mrs. Rachel Brown , Mrs. Renee Norton & Ms. Tara Breslin-Schumacher.