High School Programs
High School Programs at the National Gallery of Art activate students’ curiosity, creativity, and intellect. Grounded in a contextual understanding of art history, these programs prioritize depth over breadth, investigating original works of art through the lens of a single specific question or theme. Specially trained museum educators lead students in close looking, group discussion, and reflective writing over the course of these visits. Programs may also include studio art making and visual journaling.