Visual Arts

WMS offers courses in traditional studio art, ceramics, and photography.  Students can elect to participate in the Advanced Placement program in visual arts in drawing/painting, 2D design, or 3D design.  We also offer visual arts programs after school during the winter season. Students can elect to participate in an after school art program like digital art and design or jewelry and metalsmithing in lieu of a sport.

Our curriculum also includes regular art show openings, field trips to art museums, and portfolio review sessions with art school representatives, other high school art departments, and representatives at the National Porfolio Day in Boston.

Browse recent student artwork in the galleries below:
    • Fall 2014 Self Portraits

      Yi You '18

    • Fall 2014 Self Portraits

      Caroline Polich '17

    • Fall 2014 Self Portraits

      Dora Duan '17

    • Fall 2014 Self Portraits

      Pachin Lew

Advanced Placement Artwork

Digital Art

AP Art Concentration Portfolio, Vanessa Zhou '14

Studio Art


Recent Art School Acceptances

California College of the Arts

Emily Carr University College of Art

Maryland Institute College of Art

Penn State University: Stuckeman School of Architecture, Landscape Architecture, and Graphic Design


Pratt Institute

Rhode Island School of Design (RISD)

Savannah College of Art and Design

School of the Art Institute of Chicago

School of the Museum of Fine Arts

School of Visual Arts


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Founded in 1886 and set in the beautiful White Mountains of northern New Hampshire, The White Mountain School is a coeducational college-preparatory boarding and day school for students grades 9-12/PG.

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