We believe that students have the potential to achieve all of their aspirations when they are in an environment that does not marginalize.
Thank You Parents Network and Wrentham Cultural Council!!
Once again our incredible community has shown their support for the Arts!! Both the Parents Network and Wrentham Cultural Council have generously awarded us grants allowing NAHS students to attend a fantastic field trip to the DeCordova Sculpture Park and Museum. It was a wonderful day of exploring outdoor sculpture and viewing an Abstract Painting exhibit by New England Women artists. Thank you …
Interested in participating in the Memory Project this year? We are creating a portraits for vulnerable youth in Bolivia! It is an incredible experience to be a part of…see Ms. Cress to sign up or to see a video of last year!
NAHS 17 Executive Board
Attention NAHS juniors! Consider running for an Officer position for next year and be a part of our Executive Board! Attached at the bottom of this page is a document that outlines the positions available and what responsibilities each position holds. If you are a born leader or if you want to cultivate your leadership skills…there is a position for you! Come to the May meeting with any questions and to let know me know you’re interested in running so I can add you to the ballot! We will vote at our meeting in June.
Thank you Wrentham Cultural Council
Embrace The Shake!
Incredible Ted Talk by an Artist who used the idea of limitations to create limitless art!
TED Talk: Embrace The Shake!
Artist Phil Hansen shares how he used his physical limitations to enhance his creativity. Consider what you think your limitations are…and how you can use them to your advantage. Very inspirational Ted Talk, enjoy!
TED Talk: Taking Imagination Seriously
Artist Janet Echelman shares her unlikely journey as an artist…from painter to world renowned sculptor. Sometimes you have to take a risk and do what has never been done in order to be who you are supposed to be. Enjoy!
NAHS Constitution and Bylaws
King Philip Regional High School’s chapter of the National Art Honor Society: Constitution and Bylaws
NAHS Officers Positions and Duties
Opt Out KP Form
Scholastic Art Awards 2016
Scholastic Art Awards 2017
Service Hours Form
Concert dress is formal and should reflect the serious nature of the music to be performed. Remember – people come to concerts to HEAR music, not SEE the latest fashion.
Please review the following requirements for each performing group. Students who fail to abide by the dress code will be asked to go home and change prior to the start of the concert.
If finances prevent you from purchasing any of the following, please speak with your director. We want you to feel comfortable on stage so you can focus on the music.
If you have any questions about the appropriateness your concert attire, ask your director prior to the performance.
Students may wear colors of their choice. Business casual dress is appropriate. Midriffs and shoulders must be completely covered. Shirts/dresses must have capped shoulders or sleeves. Skirts should be of a modest length. Please no shorts, t-shirts, jeans, tank tops, or flip-flops.