Samples of Student Work

MEF International School, PYP PreK-Grade 5

Grade 5 Projects

Grade 4 Projects

Grade 3 Projects

Grade 2 Projects

Grade 1 Projects

Kindergarten Projects

PreK Projects

 

Trinity Christian Academy, 2001-2012, Grades 5-12

5th Grade Projects

6th Grade Projects

7th Grade Projects

High School Studio Art Projects

High School Sculpture Projects

High School 3-D Mixed Media Projects

High School Ceramics Projects

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7 thoughts on “Samples of Student Work

  1. Wendy says:

    These are great Anita….what a diversity of form and execution…..I’m curious how you get the students to do such interesting work at such young ages. Kudos!

    • Thank you, Wendy. We have an amazing art department. All our upper school teachers are professional artists as well as educators. Our program is highly reputable in the Dallas area and all my colleagues are so talented at both art making and teaching art! I’m fortunate. My mind never turns off on how to do cool art projects. Sometimes it’s hard to get to sleep at night! πŸ™‚

  2. Jean Jernigan says:

    Loved seeing the Perot pictures and those from your students. Am sending it to my grandson in New York, artist, worked for Zahner architects who did the “skin” on Windspear and Audubon in Dallas.t

    • JJ, thanks so much! If you have any grandkids here in the DFW area, you must, must, must take them to this museum! It’s not to be missed! Is your grandson an artist or an architect? Thanks for sending to him!!!

  3. Gloria Ball says:

    Love it! Reminds me of the end of the year art shows at Ozark. Great job, Anita.

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