Those courses are designed for high
school students who would like to utilize their fine art
skills and talent to enhance their college applications or students who are planning to take AP Studio Art
in high school. This course is highly
intensive, focusing on building skills and producing high quality artworks to be used in the
college application and/or AP fine art portfolios.
When a highly selective college evaluates applicants,
they look at the SAT, GPA, achievements, commitments and personality of a
student. There are an overwhelming number of applicants who meet the GPA and
SAT requirement. Therefore, other attributes of the applicant becomes very
important (sometime decisive) factors in getting your students admitted into
the desired colleges. All of these colleges accept fine art as the
supplementary application material, along with music recordings, performing art
videos and athletic records. A competitive fine art portfolio can
showcase the achievement, commitment, and personality of the applicants to the
college admission office.
Objectives of the program:
- Get one on one guidance and advise from professional artists and educator.
- Create a personalized plan and produce high quality artworks for portfolio.
- Get a head start on your AP Studio Art
All instructors for this program have had college level teaching experience or are currently teaching in college in U.S.
How To Start:
USArts has many years of experience helping
students creating their art portfolios. Our students create works that reflect the skills, quality and personality that highly competitive schools are
looking for in their prospective students. In the past, many students
from USArts has used their art portfolio to increase their chances for their
target schools, and have got into colleges such as the RISD (Rhode Island
School of Design), Harvard, MIT, Stanford, U. Penn, Columbia, Williams,
Carnegie Mellon, USC's Animation, Pasadena Art Center College of Design, Cal
Tech, Dartmouth, UCLA's art program, UC Berkeley's Regent Scholarship, UCSD's
Med Scholarship, etc.
- Arrange a free consultation with US ARTS portfolio
coordinator. Please email
email@example.com or call USARTS at 858-484-7690
- Our portfolio coordinators will review the
student's art works and objectives, such as building portfolio for college app
as a supplementary for non art major or for art related major, or preparing for
AP Studio Art. Students need to bring in their artworks.
- We will discuss with you the programs we are
offering to find the one which best fit the student's needs, your schedule
and advise student on how to create high quality art work for a competitive art
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 858-484-7690