The visual arts program spans all ages levels in all four school divisions. Early arts courses focus on teaching students' basic art skills, knowledge and understanding through activities focused on basic elements of design such as line, color and shape. Student progress from two-dimensional art to three-dimensional art, as well as digital art in the middle school/keystage 3 years and into high school. Students in the high school also have the opportunity to explore Korean art and its techniques, allowing them to experience and partake in the rich art history and styles of our host country. At the top of the curricular pyramid, students are able to enroll in the IB Visual Arts course of the IB Diploma Program. Several areas around campus feature galleries of work created by the visual arts courses for the SFS community and public to enjoy. At the end of high school, students are well prepared to pursue further studies in art and design at two-year and four-year institutions of higher learning should they choose.