Congratulations to John Wang ('21) for winning the National Silver medal in the Scholastic Art Contest for his photograph titled Null.
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, '20
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.
JSerra Theatre Company proudly presents Little Women. The musical was filmed on location in the Black Box Theatre by the JSerra Film Department.
Orange County Register’s High School Artist of the Year semi-finalists have been announced and three members of JSerra's Class of 2021 have been selected: Kayvon Alipour for Classical Voice, Jonathan Goodwin for Non-Classical Voice, and Kristina Calvo for Computer Assisted Drawing.
Last Saturday night's Spring Choral Concert was a beautiful return to live choral singing at JSerra. In their beautiful tuxedos and dresses, the singers sang with musicality and passion....
JSerra Arts Magnet students recently entered the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards and walked off with some Western Regional medals. Congratulations to the following winners . . .
AP Art and Design student Emily Hazelip ('21) has created stunning works of art by repurposing vintage National Geographic magazines found at JSerra.
JSerra's first-ever virtual Christmas Concert is available on YouTube for those who missed it or want to rewatch an hour of delightful Christmas music.
Last Friday's virtual POPS Concert is now available on YouTube. You don't want to miss the special tributes, choir projects, solos, and duets!
The Spirit of the MACY Awards for the 2019-2020 school year were announced today and JSerra Theatre students had the honor of winning several prestigious awards for their production of Godspell.