Our main goal is to educate our students as individuals who have developed self-confidence, who are civilized, who express themselves in a positive way, who understand the place and importance of art for the world and who develop the awareness of protecting art, who can design and implement with an aesthetic point of view, and who attach importance to cultural values. It is shown to the students by the technique of learning by doing-experience that talent is not formed by "muses", but by regular study, research, knowledge, and desire. Thanks to this, it is ensured that they get information about the history of art and art culture in all civilizations from antiquity to the present.

In Visual Arts education, applications related to object studies, point, line, texture, light-shadow, analysis and arrangement studies, form, color, perspective, two-dimensional color arrangement studies, three-dimensional formatting studies, different visual arts techniques (charcoal drawing, powder pastel, acrylic paint, oil paint, watercolor, sculpture, original print) are carried out.

Visual Arts Workshop is open to all students during school hours. The visual Arts course is supported by Photography Club activities. Students are provided with rich information and experience in visual arts after class hours.

Sharing meetings are held with students during the year with a speaker who is competent in visual arts. Museum tours are organized at all levels throughout the year. The works carried out during the year are presented to the tastes with the end-of-year visual arts exhibition. Visual Arts course is given as an elective 2 hours in the Preparatory classes and as an elective 1 hour in the 9th and 10th grades.

Preparatory Class

Students receive training on subjects such as point-line, light-shadow, and measure-proportion, which are the main subjects of basic art education, and at the same time, practice the perception of three dimensions with perspective and texture studies with applied projects.

9th grade

Students receive training on various subjects, which are the beginnings of pattern education, from light and shadow to still life, from three-dimensional design to color painting techniques. They will learn techniques such as watercolor, acrylic, and pastel from color painting techniques. They learn the knowledge of light-shadow, composition, measure-proportion, and perspective, which are the main elements of basic art education, and put them into practice with applied projects.

10th Grade

By learning contemporary art history, students will acquire the basic knowledge of color painting techniques such as watercolor, acrylic, and oil painting, make original designs with applied projects, and reinforce their knowledge with travel observation. Students who work in the light of the rich knowledge of art history are also equipped in terms of knowledge.