List of 7 items.

  • Fonseca Center

    The new facility features two dance studios, a large art gallery, recital hall, an experimental theater, and media arts lab as well as a video and photography studio.
  • Art Studio

    Adjacent to the Claudia Boettcher Theatre is an open, sunny two-story art studio. Here students fashion their visual art in a full spectrum of media, including drawing, painting, sculpture, ceramics, and printmaking.
  • Claudia Boettcher Theatre

    Students put on all manner of performances in our 500-seat theatre. It’s also where the entire Upper School assembles most mornings to begin the academic day.
  • Dance Studios

    Located in the lower level of Strayer Hall and the Fonseca Center are professional dance studios that features wood floors, barres and floor-to-ceiling mirrors.
  • Strayer Hall Music Center

    This facility features practice facilities with 14 pianos, guitars, drum kits and other instruments, soundproof practice rooms and studio, Music Lab featuring 15 keyboards and iMacs with professional grade software and the rehearsal rooms for both acoustic and amplified ensembles. 
  • Fonseca Center Media Lab

    This multipurpose, module space serves a variety of digital media courses. Students take advantage of customized Macbook Pros loaded with the latest Adobe Creative Suite software, Dragon Frame stop motion software, Unity Game Studio, and more. The room is also equipped with several 4k flat screens that can connect to both the in-class Macbook Pros or students’ personal laptops. A large TV at the front of the classroom is used for viewing of slides, films and animations. A green screen studio includes a full lighting kit and two walls of green screen with a seamless corner. Students can explore the basics of chroma keying and compositing or hang colored backdrops for other studio looks.
  • Photo Lab

    The Photography Suite includes a digital lab as well as a darkroom, one of the few left in the tri-state area. This high-tech lab includes sixteen Macintosh computers with a teaching station and projection setup. Students use Light Room, Photoshop and other aspects of Adobe Creative Suite. The enormous campus and darkroom spaces allow students to shoot, process and print their own film while learning about composition, lighting, printing techniques and the history of photography as a medium, through fine art, documentary and commercial genres.

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