Lower Dauphin High School
National Art Honor Society
In 1978, the National Art Education Association established the National Art Honor Society Chapter Program specifically for high school students in grades 10-12. The purpose was to inspire and recognize students who have shown outstanding ability in the visual arts. National Art Honor Society hopes to encourage these students to constantly improve their skills and to use their talent to benefit themselves and their community.
For students to achieve high standards, a high school must be committed to a strong program in the visual arts. Lower Dauphin has proven itself to be a regional leader in both course offerings and rigorous art curriculum. Our school offers diverse electives in the arts, from drawing and painting to photography, pottery to digital design, multicultural art to AP art history.
Members of NAHS are chosen for their talent in the visual arts. Beyond that, they have shown a committment to constantly improving their skills. Their enthusiasm for making and viewing art has made them stand out in their chosen visual arts media.
Artists flourish in a supportive environment, and we thank the families of our NAHS members for encouraging them to develop their talents here at Lower Dauphin. We also thank the administration and our community for your support of the arts in our school curriculum.
We hope that each of our NAHS members will continue to nourish their creative side as they pursue future endeavors.
Last Modified on August 20, 2012