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Grades 6-8 enjoy a small school environment with all the big opportunities of our exceptional high school
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The Arts Department at The Pennington School offers a sequential curriculum and activities in drama, music, and the visual arts. Students learn skills and participate in ways that encourage a lifelong enjoyment of the arts.
In the Upper School, students take basic courses in drama, music, and art and then can proceed to intermediate and advanced courses in their areas of choice.
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Three members of the Pennington School Arts Department faculty were selected to give presentations at the National Art Education Association annual national convention in San Diego, CA.
Last year's Pennington Middle School play, The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, has been nominated for an Outstanding Production of a Middle School Play award.
The Pennington School recently took delivery of two fiberglass oxen to be decorated for the Hopewell Valley Stampede. Designs submitted by art teacher Caroline Hall and Art Club, and by artist and teacher Jamie Moore were selected.
For the April 2 student Forum, New York-based actress Allison Daugherty will give an experiential presentation, inviting participation, entitled "A Life in the Arts: Fear and Fearlessness and Everything in Between." She will also be working with Ms. Houston's drama classes that day.
Eight Pennington students are among the exhibitors at the Phillips’ Mill Youth Art Exhibition, which solicited entries from the arts departments from public and private high schools within a twenty-five-mile radius of the historic mill north of New Hope, PA.
Art of My Heart is a new exhibition of bold, colorful paintings by Mexican-born artist Guadalupe Reyes.