Open to all current 5th-8th graders
Have you ever wanted to sculpt, paint and create in an upbeat, engaging summer art course? Join current AMHS art teachers, Christina McVicker and Shea Meehan, in this 8 day summer camp exploring the world of studio arts. Students will create projects using a variety of mediums ranging from paint and paper to clay and glaze! Projects will foster creativity while establishing an appreciation of the arts. After a week and a half of designing, constructing and producing a diverse body of work, students will have the opportunity to display their art and join each other in a celebratory art walk showing off their collective hard work! Get to know other young artists while having fun this summer at AMHS!
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Archbishop Thomas J. Murphy High School is a Catholic, college preparatory school that welcomes students of all faiths.
Classes at AMHS are designed to challenge, develop abilities and help students become life long learners. Students will learn the skills and habits needed to be successful in college and beyond.
Spending a day on campus, prospective students will have their own tour guide, attend a few classes, and see what the life of a typical AMHS student is like.
The athletic program emphasizes the development of athletic skill in an environment centered on fair play and sportsmanship.
At AMHS there is something for everyone, whether your favorite thing is acting, using your math skills, or developing your legal expertise in Mock Trial.
AMHS' supporters have helped to provide the vision, financial means and the volunteer efforts to make our school possible.