Not many people can say they graduated with an art class that is higher than “Intro to Art”, but senior Madison Shuffet can. Taking ceramics class second hour, Shuffet works hard to make beautiful pieces with her bare hands.
“[That day] we were doing a cube project where you carve and add designs on each side and then put it together at the end,” Shuffet said. “[This class] can be a lot of fun if you enjoy art and working with clay.”
Many art classes available at the school take commitment and effort, multiple are actually AP classes. If one is simply aiming for a class to maintain their GPA, advanced arts are not the classes.
“I think this class is both fun and hard work, but that goes for any art class,” Shuffet said. “It’s not a blow-off class like everyone thinks.”