Art Class Gets Creative at Home

Upper School students in Manual Arts class, taught by Walter Mattson, have been learning about tools and ways to complete various at-home building projects. Students face unique challenges as a result of the pandemic's impact on learning. As a result, students can only work with the material and tools they have on-hand. Nevertheless, their creativity and resourcefulness are remarkable. Utilizing skills learned throughout the academic year, students have built everything from pet accessories, a loom, and a sword to a weightlifting station, an electric guitar pedalboard, a stone oven, and more!
An independent school serving students from age 2 through grade 12 in Howard County, Maryland.