Senior Ivy Fox is just as comfortable in the worship band classroom and the painting studio. The worship band keyboardist and visual artist was asked by Mr. Trotter, Mrs. Timmons, and Mr. Johnson to paint a mural in the worship band room to inspire.
Senior Ella Plourde hit the Big Apple this summer as a nominee for The Jimmy Awards, the national award show for high school musical theatre students.
In the same week the world celebrated women in science, Victoria McBroom ’21 earned Best of Show in the Valor Arts Show for her animatronics piece she affectionately calls Crouton.
Instead of spending the final weeks of the semester studying or writing papers, Graphic Design III students worked tirelessly to finish a project that they could slip on their feet.
For the second time ever in school history, Valor theater students and staff have achieved the coveted Mainstage honor at the annual Colorado Thespian Conference.
To explore art as a form of service, Visual Arts Conservatory seniors partnered with local organizations this fall to create projects that served a greater purpose.
Senior Sarah Fabian recently curated a fabulous collection of……SENIOR PANTS!
The Complete Works of Shakespeare, Abridged is a perfect way for our talented theatre students to hone and showcase their growing improvisational skills!
Valor Arts+Media students turned to both new and familiar mediums to find some inspiration this spring and summer. Whether in the recording studio, drawing room, or online learning, these students continued to hone their skills on their own.
Percent of Students in Art Classes and Productions
People or More Attended Art Productions
Students Enrolled in the Conservatory for the Arts
Conservatory six- credit majors offered
Any additional questions, feel free to reach out directly to our Director of Arts+Media. We want incoming and current students and parents to feel confident they are being seen and heard. Click the button below to email Arie.