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An appreciation for the visual arts takes Maumee Valley students on a journey of expression and storytelling as well as one of building skills and terminology. Students look at art, 谈论艺术, make their own art, and visit the 沃尔夫画廊, our on-site exhibition space. Maumee Valley students develop methods to communicate their ideas by experimenting with materials while focusing on design, color, 作文, 与自然.

Students can develop these skills in a range of mediums, 从图, 绘画, and design to sculpture, 版画, 纤维艺术, and paper-making. Art appreciation, art history, and aesthetics are incorporated into each grade level. Students study celebrated artists in their historical context. Hands-on creation, 示威活动, 讲座, 故事, 讨论, and guest artists are a regular part of the classroom experience.

The visual arts program culminates in a vibrant and multi-faceted experience for 上学校 students. Goals of the 上学校 art program include understanding the basic principles of color and design; creating works in two and three dimensions; using excellent craftsmanship and technique; critiquing artwork using appropriate vocabulary; and understanding the importance of recognizing artists from a range of cultural backgrounds and historical periods.

Available Courses

较低的 & 中学 courses

  • PreK-JK art intensive (two times a year)
  • Kindergarten-6th grade: Visual art
  • 7th & 8th grade: Art 1 and Art 2 (elective)

上学校 courses

Courses offerings include Advance Color & Design; Painting & Drawing 1, 2, and 3; Ceramics & 雕塑1, 2, and 3; AP 2D and AP 3D Intensives; Digital Photography; Chemistry of Art; and 历史 of Painting.



Constructed in 1991, the 沃尔夫画廊 was designed by world-class architect Hugh Newell Jacobsen and displays the work of Maumee Valley students and professional artists. It is a beautiful, well-lit, and open space that showcases 2-D and 3-D artwork to full advant年龄. For information on displaying artwork in the Gallery, contact Kristin Kowalski at



Millennium Theatre 1715 S. 雷诺兹Rd., Toledo, OH, United States