The arts are our heartbeat.
They bring energy and oxygen to everything else we learn and dream together here. They are a window to expression, a means of solving problems, and a path to finding our voices.

It’s the first thing you’ll see when you visit—our gleaming Five Arts and Student Center, the place where we gather to make, play, tinker, and innovate. Where we celebrate the things that fill us with curiosity, wonder, and awe.

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  • 28,000


    square feet in the state-of-the-art Five Arts and Student Center

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  • 15


    campus arts performances/events each year
Here, girls learn how to think outside the parallel lines of logical thought—channeling the creative spark to find new angles and solutions.\

They graduate prepared to navigate the irrational contours of the waiting world, equipped for honest expression, creative problem solving, and artful synthesis.

They’re able to meet the future not as a challenge to be overcome but as endless series of opportunities to be thoughtfully realized.
There may be no greater way to find your voice than through the visual and performing arts. We provide the resources and venues to explore and practice creative expression and then offer support as you seek ways to put your unique stamp on a concept, composition, sculpture, painting, or performance.

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  • 340


    Seats in the new Theater

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  • Dance

    Study ballet, tap, modern, and jazz techniques as you build your skills, develop your physical strength, and hone your artistry. Take part in major fall, winter, and spring performances.
  • Instrumental and Vocal Music

    Find and develop your “voice,” choosing among a range of campus music ensembles, from the Bell Choir to the Moongates a cappella group. Master your craft through one-on-one vocal or instrument lessons. Join the Baltimore Symphony Youth Orchestra to take your love of music to the next level.
  • Theater

    Three major theatrical productions each year mean many opportunities to get involved, whether designing lighting, building sets, making costumes, shaping a character, or clapping as your classmates take the stage.
  • Visual Arts

    Develop your conceptual thinking and artistic expression by exploring theory and practice across a range of media—from painting, drawing, sculpture, and ceramics to photography and film.