ArtOne offers two academic programs: ArtOne College-Prep (grades 10-12) and ArtOne Intensive (post grade 12). Both are focused on our outcomes and designed to produce high quality portfolios, exceptional test outcomes, and a strong skills with art and design vocabulary and concepts in English.
ArtOne College-Prep is designed to run concurrent to the student's high school experience and ArtOne Intensive is gap-year experience for students who've already completed high school but want to take a year off to complete a serious portfolio and prepare their applications to AICAD colleges.
Beginning in Grade 10, this course is an introduction to basic studio concepts and techniques. Students will work with a variety of analog and digital practices, examining the nature of and producing work in two, three and four dimensions. Research, ideation, iteration, prototyping and presentation are critical approaches to the content of this course, which is delivered through project-based problems that are organized around art, design and media. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
This Grade 10 course is integrated with ARTS 101 and covers the basics of managing a public profile as an artist, including content management focused on building a presence that can be shared across multiple platforms. Students will also learn about professional-level networks in the areas associated with their career interests. The course will feature guest speakers, visiting faculty and other professionals that can give students advice on how to prepare for study and launch their professional creative careers. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
This Grade 10 course combines fundamental topics in art history with the basic principles art theory/aesthetics in order to develop students' skills in history and critical analysis. Using historical works of art to understand the evolution of the principles of art theory, students will develop critical frameworks for evaluating visual experiences and using those references in creating and understanding their own artwork. Assignments from this course are integrated with ARTS 101 and PROS 101. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
Building on the content of ARTS 101, this Grade 11 course challenges students to think beyond the assignment and to develop their own art or design voice. Previously introduced content in research, ideation, iteration, prototyping and presentation practices evolve into design thinking strategies through a series of project-based problems. Students will have some agency in choosing art, design or media projects as their focus. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
As with the content in PROS 101, this Grade 11 course is paired with ARTS 201. Students in this courses are expected to autonomously manage the expansion of their professional network and organize events around areas that are related to their career interests. Students are expected to manage basic social media platforms to share their profile and information, market their events and work, and communicate and share their ideas as the development of a thesis within networks. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
Building on prior coursework in ARTH 201, this Grade 11 course examines contemporary art history and recent evolution in art theory and aesthetics as they apply to the student's artwork. With a focus on developing critical analysis skills, students will research the sources of the works that influence their own studio practice and develop essays and presentations that explain those influences. Assignments for this Grade 11 course are shared with ARTS 201 and PROS 201. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
This Grade 12 course is designed to provide the student a level of autonomy in choosing the direction of their art, design or media work. Faculty will provide advice and guidance, but the student is to focus on the creation of original works that are sourced from their art history and art theory research, as well as their interest in a particular idea or concept they intend to develop with a capstone thesis project. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
This Grade 12 course is the capstone course for the Professional Practices series. Students will work to finalize all elements of their college application and portfolio in SlideRoom, especially their portfolios' visual and written content, with particular focus on the development of a cohesive presentation of their research in a thesis and thesis exhibition. Students are required to submit their application materials to one of the schools that features programs in line with their career interests. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
This Grade 12 course is a capstone experience that allows students to focus on the historical, aesthetic and theoretical influences on their work and develop lines of traditional and studio research to build a final portfolio that is strongly supported by a written thesis. Maintaining and publishing a body of evidence of their research, students will be expected to demonstrate that they use iterative practices to develop both their research and studio activities. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
Offered after graduation from high school, this course is a year-long intensive course covering content in ARTS 101, ARTS 201 and ARTS 301, but at an accelerated pace. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
Offered after graduation from high school, this course is a year-long intensive course covering content in PROS 101, PROS 201, and PROS 301, but at an accelerated pace. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.
Offered after graduation from high school, this course is a year-long intensive course covering the same content in ARTH 101, ARTH 201 and ARTH 301, but at an accelerated pace. All ArtOne coursework is paired with ArtOne ESL.