The Arts and Humanities faculty believe that all knowledge is connected and work collaboratively to ensure that students see the relationship among disciplines – that the skills and aptitudes developed in one course are applicable in other subject areas, and in life. These tools include critical thinking and analysis; strong communication - written, artistic, and spoken; personal and civic responsibility; and a greater understanding of the importance and impact of faith as well as the shared human experience.

Please take a few minutes to explore the four areas within this academic division: EnglishSocial StudiesWorld Languages; and Visual, Performing, and Multimedia Arts & Technology.