8th graders are wonderfully unique in their individuality and desires to explore. While some new challenges arise that aren’t seen in younger students, 8th graders also bring a stronger set of skills that can be challenged and pushed further. Students are given more independence to explore and create to hone these technical and thinking skills.

Pushing the boundaries learned in the previous two years, 8th graders craft even more stunning work.

Using new methods of construction, students create mini-monuments.

Allowing for experimentation and exploration creates unique works.

Exploring various mediums and techniques gives 8th graders a voice in their work.

Focusing on what makes them curious pushes the altered journal project even further during the 8th grade class.

Students are encouraged to draw from their personal life and experiences.

Techniques and skills are refined during the 8th grade class.