Art Program

Trinity’s Art Program is designed to expand student’s creative thinking and problem solving-skills. Our curriculum is rooted in art production, art history, art criticism, and aesthetics. Students explore a variety of mediums and develop their artistic voices by focusing on an annual theme. Recent themes have ranged from African Art, Asian Art, Contemporary Art, and Nature in Art. Our art program is centered around the celebration of the uniqueness of each child, and here students grow as free thinkers and creators.


The art studio is well-designed with generous space and ample storage, has easel top desks and is brightly illuminated. The studio provides our students with an inspirational setting in which to produce artwork. Field trips to major museums bring to life what is taught in the classroom. Periodically Trinity students’ artwork is displayed at local libraries. The Spring Art Show serves as the grand finale of the year’s work. The art program has joined with the music program to combine our two annual events, the Spring Art Show and the Spring Concert, into an expanded Night of the Arts.


The art program strives to inspire in students a love for visual expression in their own work and in works throughout art history.

Ms. Brooke Leahy graduated from Towson University in 2016 with a Bachelors in Art Education and Studio Arts, with a minor in Art History. She has designed and taught a 6 week self-portrait seminar that the Walters Art Museum and directed the Art Program at Trinity Summer Camp.