Art subjects at Santiago College are framed within the International Baccalaureate curriculum. In this sense, during the creative process three instances of learning are promoted: inquiry, action and reflection, always having the student at the center. In addition to the above, the objectives of the three subjects that make up this area: Visual Arts, Drama and Musical Arts -which in turn has the Suzuki early education program- promote in students the development of their own talents, abilities and interests, so that they can experience and understand the arts as a form of human expression.
The Musical Arts’ fundamental purpose is to bring the students of our school closer to the world of music through different musical artistic expressions, such as: instrumental performance, creativity, singing and corporal expression. This exposure promotes the love for music and encourages values such as respect, personal commitment, solidarity and teamwork.
In addition to regular classes, the school’s music program includes other activities that enhance cognitive, emotional and social development that is worked on at different levels. These are:
Head of area: Susana Rojas
María José Schlack