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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, '20

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.

JSerra Theatre Wins MACY Awards for "Godspell"

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.

Watch Last Friday's Winter Showcase on YouTube

The JSerra Winter Showcase, Seasons, took place last Friday evening at Coast Hills Community Church. With art gallery and performances, JSerra's yearly arts event showcases all fine arts at the school — including Choir, Theater, Orchestra, Rock Band, Jazz Band, Film, TV Broadcast, Graphic Design, Drawing and Painting, and Photography!

Arts Magnet Students Take Part in Memory Project

The Advanced and AP Drawing and Painting students in the Arts Magnet Program recently completed an amazing global outreach project. The project is sponsored by a non-profit called The Memory Project, which is a program in which U.S. high school art students are asked to create portraits of children in war-torn countries (particularly countries that have had difficult relationships with the US).