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Secondary Art

Many student projects are displayed outside the art classroom, at various art expositions throughout the community, and may be entered in competitions, such as the South Plains Art Fair, Mentor/Tormentor Exhibit at LCU, Scholastic Art and Writing Awards, JR Visual Arts Scholastic Event, Lubbock Arts Festival, and more. Students are entered into competitions to further their appreciation of Art, instill a sense of accomplishment both for themselves and their work, and ultimately to give students a chance to let God’s light shine through their efforts and everything they do.  

LCS has also established our own chapters for the National Junior Art Honors Society and National Art Honors Society. These organizations are open to students in 6th-12th grade who have shown outstanding achievement within the arts and are interested in spreading an awareness of the arts to others. Students that have been in an art class for at least one semester and completed the course with a grade of "A" qualify for membership, which in turn qualifies them for scholarships and other juried exhibition or competition opportunities. 

Elementary Art

Artwork may be displayed throughout the year in the school hallways, for special events like Grandparents and Veterans Day, and more. Students are encouraged to share their artwork using digital portfolio platforms like Artsonia. Each student has their own personal artist account with Artsonia, and their artwork is displayed by project title or class. Elementary art students are active in the arts through the South Plains Fair, Lubbock Arts Festival, Texas Association of School Administrators & Texas Association of School Boards Fall Conference Art display (held in Dallas, Austin, or Houston), Youth Art Month State Capitol Exhibit in the Spring, Youth Art Month, Big Art Day, and encouragement to participate in TEAM/ the Texas Elementary Art Meet. The purpose of TEAM is to provide a collegiate assessment for an individual elementary art student based on the standards of TEKS, Bloom's Taxonomy, and the Feldman Model. Additionally, TEAM provides constructive criticism (actual feedback) for each student's literary and expressive process.