ARTS

Self-expression through all forms of art is essential to child development.

Maui Prep offers students in every grade opportunities to explore the Arts through core and elective classes, clubs, and extracurricular activities.

K-12 Arts Curriculum


Performing Arts (Musical Theater, Drama, and Dance)

Since the school’s founding in 2005, Performing Arts has been a cornerstone of the Maui Prep experience. In Spring 2006, the school staged its first musical: “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown.” The number of eager student-thespians outnumbered the number of roles, so the show was double-cast with a performance for each ensemble at the Ritz-Carlton Kapalua Hotel.


 

Visual and Fine Arts

With core classes for all grades at Maui Prep, students find joy in self-expression through painting, drawing, sculpture, mixed media and ceramics.  


 

Design Technology and Engineering

Though technology and tools change, the need for critical-thinking, problem-solving, growth mindset, and collaboration do not. Maui Prep's Graham Center and Narayan Design Lab provide a laboratory for students to develop confidence in applying technology and design for practical purposes. 


 

Music

The 7AM Band takes its name from its designated rehearsal time.  Whether you are a vocalist, a musician, or just have a knack for keeping rhythm, the 7AM Band has a spot for you.  Mrs. Vania Jerome shares her eclectic playlist as she harmonizes voices and instruments for classic and Top 40 pop and rock hits.

Arts Learning Spaces


The Graham Center

The Graham Center houses the technology program at Maui Prep, serving students in all grades. Students learn general technology tools and skills to use throughout their school career as well as more specialized software and hardware, including:

  • 3D Modeling & Printing
  • Game Design and Coding
  • Robotics Building and Programming
  • Graphic and Architectural Design Tools
  • Audio and Video Engineering

 

Narayan Design Lab

The Narayan Design Lab is a multi-purpose classroom space that serves as a wet-lab science classroom and an engineering fabrication studio. Educational goals include:

  • Electrical engineering: circuitry design, coding
  • Coding: C++ coding language for Arduino function
  • Fabrication: Student design/build projects with electronics, wood, and metals. Laser cutter, 3D printer, etc.
  • Design challenges: bridges, vehicles, structures, and other challenges for students to create solutions to real-world engineering challenges

 

Chin Studio at the Bozich Center

 


 

Graham Theater at the Bozich Center