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At JSerra Catholic High School, we encourage students to explore their creative sides by providing them with ample opportunities to participate in just about every aspect of the Performing or Visual Arts — whether it's in front of or behind a camera, canvas, or curtain.

Students may concentrate on the Arts through the Arts Magnet Program or take Arts classes that appeal to them; they may even satiate their creative needs by participating in such activities as our improvisational comedy group, theatre productions, choir, after-school rock band, and more.

Students are welcome to engage with more than one activity; in fact, many of our students balance their participation in the Arts with rigorous AP and honors academics, Magnet Programs, and/or Athletics.

"The Arts Department at JSerra not only helped me find my passion for art — it helped me to achieve artistic excellence throughout my high school career."

~ Jack, '21

Arts News

Find out what our arts students have been up to! Even during the pandemic, they have put on brilliant virtual concerts and created extraordinary works of art.

Numerous teens dressed in t-shirts and jeans stand on a stage with arms raised at the end of a musical performance.

If you missed JSerra Choir's POPS! Concert, you can now watch it on YouTube. The concert took place on May 20th at Harbor Point Church.

Graphic of the back of a man whose arms are raised conducting a concert.

JSerra Arts students put on a fantastic Concert on the Quad this past Saturday evening. Concert on the Quad is an annual outdoor music festival featuring JSerra faculty and student rock bands, jazz band, and symphony orchestra.

Dancers twirling in red skirts and black ballet tops.

JSerra Arts students put on another stunning Winter Showcase on Friday evening at Coast Hills Community Church in Aliso Viejo.

Asian male teen wears a white dress shirt and gray plaid tie under a black v-neck sweater and is standing next to a wooden ar

Congratulations to junior Michael Cho, who placed first in a national art competition associated with the March for Life and organized by the Archdiocese of Washington, D.C. His woodworking art piece, Respect Life, won in the Visual Art category.

Five dancers wear identical dance outfits with green sequins.

JSerra Theatre Company presents the first of five hilarious performances of its winter play, Puffs, or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic and Magic tonight at 7:00 p.m. in the Rose Black Box Theatre.


Upcoming Arts Events