The Art Program at Schaumburg Christian School is currently offered to students in Pre-Kindergarten - 12th grade through four different opportunities. First, students in grades 1st-6th have regular art classes as part of their curriculum providing them an opportunity to express their creativity. By using their motor skills and imagination, the students showcase their artistic talents through the various projects done throughout the school year. Secondly, students in 1st-6th grades may also participate in an Inner-School Art Contest. Lastly, for students in Pre-Kindergarten - 12th grade who desire to go a little deeper in their art knowledge and to experience various mediums, there is an After-School Art Program offered with private and group lessons. See below for more information on both the Inter-School Art Contest and the After-School Art Program.
A highlight for the Art students is the annual SCS fall and spring art shows. Students in 4th-12th grades participating in the fall art show also have the opportunity to be selected to compete in the Illinois Association of Christian Schools state competitions which occur in the spring. Senior high students winning on the state level will then go on to compete at the national level. The national competition is sponsored by the American Association of Christian Schools and takes place at Bob Jones University in Greenville, South Carolina.