Arts

At ROBS, we believe the best education is a well-rounded one. That’s why teaching the arts plays an essential role in our curriculum. We have well-established programs for visual arts, music, and theater. Kids unleash their creativity while also learning the value of practice and self-discipline. And they grow in confidence and poise as they overcome the butterflies associated with public performance.

Talented students take to the stage to sing, dance, strum, and perform during our annual Variety Show. Chapel services, grade-level assemblies, and middle school awards nights offer venues for individual performers to shine. Even parents get into the act leading art and art history lessons through our Art a la Carte program. 

But the relevance of art extends beyond the studio and stage. Our teachers also incorporate creative assignments into other courses, even our most STEM-oriented subjects. To master the quadratic formula, why not write and perform a “quadratic rap”? To practice conversational Spanish, how about creating a cooking video todo en Español?

Our goal is that every young brain becomes a broad canvas of enlightened and creative thinking, and that every ROBS student learns to see the world with more beauty, more curiosity, and more awe.

    • Annual musicals enable students in grades 1 - 4 to practice choral music, choreography, and public speaking.

    • Seventh graders in Theater Arts stage two productions in the fall and spring.

    • Handbells enable students in grades 7 - 8 to experience the joy of ensemble performance.

    • Student instrumentalists and singers on the Chapel Worship Team lead the music during weekly Middle School chapel services,

    • The Variety Show offers students a venue for even modern genres like breakdancing.

    • Students experience "en plein aire" painting, reproducing the environment they see as they work.

    • Sometimes art class is so engaging that it's hard to stay in your seat.

    • The spring production gives eighth graders an opportunity to present a comedy or drama to friends, faculty, and family.

    • Recorders introduce third graders to instrumental music.

    • Solos and duets build students' confidence on stage.

    • Students in Raider Chorus (grades 5 - 6) perform the national anthem at an Astros home game.

    • During their Music rotation, fifth graders learn guitar basics.

    • With two kilns on campus,ceramics is an integral part of arts instruction in Lower and Middle School.

    • Eighth graders pull out the stops for the annual spring musical.

    • All sixth graders gain keyboarding skills.

    • The annual Singers trip includes time in the Dallas Baptist University recording studio.

    • Eighth grade art class allows student creativity to shine with challenging assignments such as self-portraits.

    • Grade-level events such as honors night offer artistic students a stage for individual performances.

Located in Houston, Texas, River Oaks Baptist School is a private, Christian, co-educational day school for students in preschool, lower school, and middle school. Students benefit from a challenging academic program, Christian character education, competitive athletics, fine and performing arts, and a wide selection of extra-curricular activities.
Ambitious academics rooted in abiding Christian values for children age 2 through grade 8



2300 Willowick
Houston, Texas 77027
713.623.6938

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