The Woodlands High School Art Department provides instruction in two-dimensional and three dimensional design with courses starting in the freshman year. Art students have the opportunity to compete in several competitions and contests, take field trips that enhance their art experience, and to learn about the many options they can pursue after they complete their high school education.  Each year many students graduate with the ability to pursue degrees in art and work in several growing art careers.

Every fall semester art colleges and institutes visit the school in the hopes of recruiting TWHS art students. Graduates have attended art & design degrees from schools such as Texas A&M, Texas State, Texas Tech University, Abiline Christian University, Rice University, Wake Forest University, Columbus College of Art & Design, Rhode Island School of Design, Pacific Northwest College of Art, The University of Texas, The University of North Texas, Savannah College of Art & Design, Ringling College of Art & Design, Laguna College of Art & Design, Detroit College for Creative Studies, School of Visual Art, University of Pennslyvania, Washington University of St. Louis, University of Houston and other schools around the country.
 




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