Queen Anne’s County Public Schools, in its commitment to educating the whole child, embraces the belief that “the fine arts are among humanity’s greatest aesthetic and intellectual achievements” (Maryland Essential Learner Outcomes for Fine Arts) and need to be integrated in students’ programs throughout their education. Our vision is to increase the access, equity and quality of arts education in Queen Anne's County.

    The Fine Arts Program (visual arts, music, theatre, media arts and dance) in Queen Anne’s County is designed to foster creative potential in each student and provide a high quality, sequential program of studies which communicates a broad range of customs, beliefs, ideas and feelings. The fine arts are the primary means of transmitting culture throughout history, influencing a broad range of discovery and 21st Century skills in various disciplines. The fine arts are an essential part of every child’s learning and cognitive development, sharpening analytical skills, encouraging abstract associations, innovative thinking, and creative problem solving. 

    Fine Arts Graduation Requirement—1 Credit

    Read an interview with Michael Bell on QACPS's fine arts programs by clicking here
    View our Supervisor's exciting new "Arts Teen of the Week" Spotlight features here!

    Plus, come out March 21st to our 1st Annual Faculty Art Show!

    QACPS Faculty Art Show

    See the outstanding work of our Art Teachers! Thank you to the Queen Anne's County Arts Council and our great partnership with Mr. Rick Strittmater for making this exhibition opportunity possible.

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    Contact: Michael Bell, NBCT
    Supervisor of Instruction
    Visual and Performing Arts / World Languages / Media

    Queen Anne's County Public Schools
    202 Chesterfield Ave. Centreville, Maryland 21617 
    Office: 410.758.2403 #138
    Kimberly Adams
    Administrative Secretary
    Office: 410.758.2403 #175