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Fine Arts

Fine arts are a vital part of Legacy Academy. The pursuit of the arts encourages our students to seek wholeheartedly after the Source of all truth, goodness, and beauty. Students who participate in art and music develop self-discipline, a desire for excellence, creativity and imagination, confidence, and a deep lasting appreciation for beauty.

The art curriculum provides a foundation that imparts knowledge, teaches skills, and fosters ingenuity through a biblical perspective while developing and encouraging God-given talents to their fullest potential through a wide range of fine art using various materials. Studying artistic styles cross-culturally and cross-historically, while remembering that not all art bears God’s beauty, inspires students to develop artwork that brings honor and glory to Jesus Christ. 

Music serves to better prepare our students to perceive and understand the beautiful expression of God’s creation and to express themselves musically in creative ways. Students learn music through movement, the history of sacred music and Psalms, basic music theory, cornucopia of instruments, and vocal choral ensembles.

The aim and final end of all music should be none other
than the glory of God and the refreshment of the soul.
―Johann Sebastian Bach


In classical education, students study musical and dramatic works throughout their years at Legacy. They practice public speaking skills through poetry recitations, dramatic readings, debate, and classroom presentations and have the opportunity to participate in drama. Musical theater integrates music literacy, voice, acting, and dance and offers a creative approach for students to think, communicate, and achieve while engaging and enriching the broader community. As art mimics both the beauty reflective of the Lord’s creation and the reality of the imperfection introduced by sin, so does dramatic art strive to truthfully imitate the good and evil inherent in humanity.  The purpose of the dramatic arts at Legacy is to teach students to understand and appreciate the faithful reproduction of what is beautiful and true in the world.  Drama does this particularly by allowing students to examine human interaction — both with itself and with truths of Christianity.

Kindergarten Art

Art Around the World

Winter Art