Summary: Arts and athletics both play an important role in fostering mental and physical development.
Central to Eagle Hill School’s arts curriculum is a belief in the vital importance of the creative imagination. The imagination is where new ideas are generated, where true artistic development and progress become possible. Our teachers support and nurture their students’ creative imaginations by helping these young adults to find means of personal expression that are effective and appropriate for them, and then to make real – in paintings, drawings, sculptures, handcrafted household objects, dramatic and musical performances, musical scores, plays, videos, computer graphics – the power of their own ideas, perceptions and responses. In doing so, EHS’s Creative Arts faculty remain acutely sensitive and responsive to a variety of learning styles. Our sports and fitness center allows students the opportunity to participate in daily activities and/or sports. The sports and fitness center features an indoor swimming pool, squash courts, a climbing wall, three basketball courts, fitness center, and a multipurpose room for dance, zumba, fencing, yoga, and others.
Arts Department Director: Michael Richard
Athletics Department Director: Cindy Coughlin