Fine Arts

The Regis High School fine art program features classes in digital photography, yearbook, video productions, two-dimensional work (Art 1, 2, 3, Art/Drama Survey) that focus on drawing and painting as well as classes that focus on ceramics and other three-dimensional work (3-D Design).

Eric Loftin believes that a strong work ethic, a strong vocabulary, and the capacity for critical thinking are the foundation of becoming a successful, well-rounded student.

The studio art classes at Regis High School provide those opportunities to students in a collegiate atmosphere.

As a result of the importance Eric Loftin places on rigor and studio practices, art students graduating from Regis High School have earned over $300,000 in college scholarships for fine art since 2011.

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