Dramateurs Club met virtually this week with a Disney theme! NWC Virtual Clubs keep Student Life a top priority.
Fine and Performing Arts at Northwest Catholic High School.
Northwest Catholic's Fine & Performing Arts Program rivals the largest public and private schools in the State. Whether it is in the classroom, with 27 courses to choose from, or after school, with clubs ranging from Dramateurs to Muse, Northwest Catholic invites students to pursue their interests in the fine and performing arts.
Eight experienced faculty members, all professionals in their fields, champion the arts at NWC and guide students, beginner to expert.
Honors Wind Ensemble
Advanced Jazz Band
Advanced String Ensemble
AP Music Theory
Women’s Chorus Concert
Choir Jazz Choir
Introduction to Visual Arts
Drawing and Painting
Design and Sculpture
Advanced Visual Arts
AP Studio Art
Crafts and Culture
Read more about our Arts Courses here.
Arts Clubs at NWC keep our young artists creating from 2:30 to 9 pm. There is something inspiring happening every afternoon at NWC. Here is a sample of our Arts Clubs:
Muse Literary Magazine
Art & Anime Club
Northwest Catholic's spring production of The Sound of Music might be on hold, but the school's theater troupe sticks together like family. Directors Mrs. Avery and Ms. Morran have created a "team" in NWC Virtual School Microsoft Teams app. Dramateurs should stay tuned for club meetings and messages.
NWC Performing Arts Chair Sara Avery said, "We are especially excited this year to welcome students from four different West Hartford schools — Smith, Webster Hill, Wolcott, and St. Timothy’s.
Northwest Catholic endowed their longstanding Damuth Music Scholarship fund this month with a generous gift of $150,000 from the Dr. R. Lee Damuth and Adeline J. Damuth Foundation.
Northwest Catholic invites the entire community, including alumni, alumni parents, as well as current and alumni grandparents to its Annual Christmas Concert on Thursday, December 19 at 7pm in the Rice Auditorium.
The Northwest Catholic Dramateurs will present their fall play, Dancing at Lughnasa, this Fri., Nov. 15 at 7pm, Sat., Nov. 16 at 7pm, and Sun., Nov. 17 at 2pm.