This class helps students who want to apply to get admissions at private high schools,
art colleges, and even, Ivy League Universities.
portfolio plays an important role in the admission review process. Portfolios are reviewed with
the goal of identifying the creative and technical skills, abilities and potential of each applicant.
A portfolio should reflect each individual's unique art background and experiences.
No portfolio will ever be compared to another when assessing admission eligibility.
Portfolio art work must be an originality, and unique. no photo copy
This class takes 3 hours at a time.
Anyone can learn how to enjoy drawing, painting in many ways,
also they can get experience about every material like a pencil,
charcoal, pastel, pen, acrylic and oil painting even mixed media so that
they will have an ability to express their self in various way.
This class takes 2 hours at a time.
"Studying art under teacher Hobong over the years have helped me grow more as a student, an artist, and a person."
Joseph Lee (Nothern Valley HS)
Admitted to 2013 R.I.S.D. $11,000 scholarship per year
Pratt $25,000 scholarship per year
Parsons $24,000 scholarship per year
why take AP studio art?
The course is aligned with both the National Art Standards and State Standards• It challenges highly motivated high school students to perform at the college level• Students may receive placement and/or credit in college (Check individual schools for qualifying scores)• The student creates a sophisticated body of work (portfolio) which helps students stand out in the college admission process by demonstrating:• commitment to academic excellence• study habits necessary for rigorous course work• advanced creative problem solving skills
Tuesday 4:00 ~ 8:00pm
Mon,Wed, Fri, 4:00~7:00pm
Sat 2:30 ~ 6:00pm
" I've learned how to express creativity in many different ways; art is skills and techniques combined with synergic ideas."
admitted to 2013 RISD with 15,ooo, Parsons with 46,000, SVA 30,000, Pratt 40,000 scholarship award per year.