Fine Arts

Pisgah Fine Arts


Every one of us is created to be creative. The Fine Arts department serves students from Junior Kindergarten to 12th grade by developing their creativity as a form of intelligence that empowers them to investigate, interpret and respond to the challenges of an ever-changing world.

While we strive for achievement and mastery in all artistic disciplines — Music, Theatre, and Visual Art — we place a greater value in developing every student, no matter their skill level, as a young artist. Whether a student is pursuing a college career in music performance, developing a love for ceramics, gaining the courage to play a solo, or just trying out an improv class for the first time, valuing process as much as product is the key to excellent arts education at Mount Pisgah.

For students who are dedicated to a higher level of excellence in the Arts, Mount Pisgah has thriving chapters of the National Art Honor Society, International Thespian Society, and Tri-M Music Honor Society. 

Mount Pisgah students annually compete in events sponsored by Georgia Independent School Association, Georgia Music Educator Association, Georgia Art Education Association. Student creations have been featured at the U.S. Capitol, Disney World, local art galleries, and on university and city stages. 

Parents of all grade levels who are interested in being involved in supporting Pisgah Fine Arts can join our Arts booster club, Patriot Arts, which helps to organize arts events, grow awareness of, and raise money for the program.

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    Daniel Hilton 

    Director of Arts

Art Honor Societies

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Join Patriot Arts, the parent booster club for the arts, to support top quality fine arts programs for our school, both within the curriculum and in extracurricular arts opportunities.

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  • All-State Art Honors

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  • One Act Play: Sleep

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  • Music in Our Schools Month

    The National Association for Music Education has designated March as Music in Our Schools Month. Throughout the month of March, members of the Tri-M National Music Honor Society have been highlighting the importance of music in our school community through various projects and performances—including celebrating music throughout our hallways.
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  • All-State Art Winners

    Congratulations to our Visual Arts All-State students, Elyse Hoopes and Chandler Woods! With over 1600 entries from across Georgia, only 100 artworks were accepted into the exhibition.
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  • All-State Art Honors

    Congratulations to Elyse Hoopes who received 5th place runner up for the State of Georgia All State Visual Arts competition for her piece, "You Are What You Eat."
  • Georgia Thespian Conference

    This month, 16 Upper School theatre program students travelled to Columbus for GA Thespian Conference 2022.
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  • Suppressed Emotions Elyse Hoopes GOLD KEY


    Congratulations to Elyse Hoopes and Othelia Han who have received recognition in the 2022 Scholastic Art & Writing Awards, presented by Savannah College of Art and Design.
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  • Lauren Oh - 2021 All National Honor Ensembles Mixed Choir

    Congratulations to senior Lauren Oh who will be representing Mount Pisgah at the 2021 All National Honor Ensembles Mixed Choir this weekend.
    This honor choir event is hosted by the National Association for Music Education and features some of the best chorus students from around the country. Lauren is one of only five students from the state of Georgia attending this event.

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