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We are excited that the visual art show titled Lifeline had a successful opening! The show featured high school student artwork in the disciplines of drawing and painting, graphic design, photography, ceramics, film, AP Art History, and art portfolio. The pinnacle of the high school visual arts year is the annual showcase, where hundreds of pieces of student artwork are beautifully displayed. Even though the opening night is over, you can still view all the beautiful art work in the high school hallways from April 27-May 20. 

In partnership with Hearts of Joy International, the OCS Visual Storytelling class invited everyone to a unique art exhibit that went above and beyond with their photographs. The event gave back to children with down syndrome that need life-saving heart surgery. The students sold their art and photography to help aid Hearts of Joy International's mission of continuing to heal little hearts around the world.

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The celebration of the Middle School Arts Extravaganza was a night to remember! Families, faculty, and staff alike had front-row seats to witness all their students' accomplishments throughout the school year. The event covered the visual students as they showed off their talented drawings and paintings, multicultural art, photography, film, 3D art, ceramics classes, and the Humanities Lab. Along with the visual arts, the incredible performing arts students from the choir, strings, band, and dancers performed small segments under the direction of their teachers.  

Lights, camera, action! The OCS Inaugural Film Festival, with a two-day event happened on Friday, May 13, and Saturday, May 14, in the Bedrosian Pavilion. The event featured student-led film projects, music videos, and Institute of Arts and Innovation capstone projects. The event culminated with the premiere of the student feature film, The Colosseum