The Fine Arts Department will work with students to develop innate human characteristics in order to facilitate a better understanding of culture and traditions of oneself and others. A focus on creativity and its link to technology, as well as other disciplines, will challenge students to think outside of convention and problem solve, which are skills in the 21st century.
“They (the arts) continue to infuse our lives on nearly all levels - generating a significant part of the creative and intellectual capital that drives our economy”
- “The National Coalition for Core Arts Standards”
The Fine Arts Department will work with students to develop innate human characteristics in order to facilitate a better understanding of culture & traditions of oneself & others. A focus on creativity and it’s link to technology as well as other disciplines will challenge students to think outside of convention and problem solve, which are skills in the 21st century.
Art Club / National Art Honor Society Sponsor
2010 IAEA Secondary Art Educator of the Year
In the spring, all schools get together to recognize their artists at the I-8 Art Competition. Chosen students can compete in 1 of 2 categories. Media Specialist allows students with one or two stellar works of art to compete against other students (from other schools) in either the 2D or 3D category. The Portfolio Competition is reserved for 2 juniors or seniors from each school with a portfolio or body of artwork. Students display their sketchbooks & artwork, along with creating an artist's statement for everyone to preview.
The Lisle High School Band program maintains a long history of excellent ensembles. The band program is led by Mr. Scott Gumina and Mr. Phillip Meyer.
Mr. Gumina conducts the Concert Band, Symphonic Band, Percussion Ensemble, and Jazz Ensemble. Mr. Meyer conducts the Jazz Band. All curricular ensembles rehearse five times per week and perform at numerous concerts and festivals throughout the school year. All band students participate in Marching Band and perform at the home football games during the first quarter.
|Choral Music||Mr. Stellmacher||Syllabus|
The Vocal Music classes at Lisle High School are based on the National Core Arts Standards. Please refer to the course descriptions below for a listing of the standards.
There are four courses included in the Vocal Music program at Lisle High School:
- Concert Choir
- Varsity Singers
- Music Theory I
Pictured Left to Right:
Scott Gumina, Phillip Meyer, Venessa Hardy, James Stellmacher