Fine Arts

At Castle Hills, we believe that educating the entire child is critical for lifelong success. That’s why our Fine Arts program at Castle Hills has had so many achievements! From the tiniest Preschooler singing praise and worship songs to the High School senior receiving an art scholarship to college, our fine arts program is both award winning and Christ honoring!

In 2014, the Castle Hills High School Eagle Choir brought home the TAPPS (Texas Association of Private and Parochial) State Championship! In 2015, one of our High School freshman won a $25,000 college scholarship for her pencil drawing, while the High School Pep Band enthused and revved up the crowd during home and away Eagle football games! What’s more, every year our students are regular award winners and participants at the ACSI Art Festival and the Rodeo Western Art Show, among others.

Fine Arts begins in Preschool with creative centers and music classes. In Elementary and Intermediate School, our students enjoy all aspects of visual arts classes, such as painting, pencil drawing, clay and pottery, and more. Elementary and Intermediate School students also attend weekly music classes and put on various performances for their parents.

At Castle Hills, we have multiple ways Middle and High School students can express their creativity, including classes in band, choir, drama, art, and through being a part of the Chapel Praise and Worship Team or Pep Band. For two years in a row our Middle School Choir and High School Choir and Band students have put on a Madrigal Dinner Theater performance, resulting in sold-out shows. High school choir, drama, and band students have also combined to perform plays, such as Fiddler on the Roof, the Diary of Anne Frank and A Broadway Review of shows like Man of LaMacha, and The Sound of Music, among others. Middle School students may elect to take a beginning art class, with advanced art classes, such as Art I and Art II, offered in High School.

For more information or to set up a tour of Castle Hills, please contact Susan Covarrubia at