In Sculpture, students learn three-dimensional and spatial vocabulary through a variety of additive, subtractive, assemblage, and installation projects. Students develop a working knowledge of different materials along with an understanding of how materials, form, and site work conceptually. A variety of media are employed including wood, clay, plaster, found objects, mold making and casting, and time-based media. Grade levels are mixed and instruction is individualized. Students’ abstract problem-solving skills are continually challenged throughout the process of working out ideas in the third dimension. Students develop a three-dimensional component for their portfolio.