Strong arts build well-rounded, strong schools and strong schools build cultured, educated and strong communities.
Middle school students can begin an intensive study in music through a variety of course offerings including band, strings and choir.* Band and strings programs begin in sixth grade with no instrumental training needed to participate.
High school courses offer a wide variety of skill-based courses in band, orchestra and choir. Students can find a home in award winning WCS music ensembles both during the school day and after school whether they intend to pursue music as a career or simply enjoy performing with an ensemble. WCS also offers courses in music history and AP music theory.*
* Specific courses vary by school.
Visual art is available as a nine-week course in 6th-8th grade. High school art course begin with Visual Art I, a general overview of studio production. Students can then select to focus on 2-dimensional art (drawing, painting, printmaking, etc.) or 3-dimensional art (sculpture and ceramics). WCS offers advanced placement courses in both studio art and art history.
5th Annual WCS Fine Arts Festival
Featuring: Jeff Coffin (opens in a new window) from the Dave Matthews Band
Enjoy over 40 performances from Williamson County and Franklin Special School District students. Wander through hundreds of pieces of art on display from students in kindergarten through twelth grade and find the birds from the #kindnesstakesflight project.
Plus Face Painting and Art Activities for kids!
Fine Arts Events in WCS