Arts Academy in the Woods
32101 Caroline Street, Fraser, MI

    • by christina marie

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      Arts Academy in the Woods is an awesome high school. I loved the three years I spent there, and I’ll never forget them. It’s a high school where you can choose a major and minor in the arts. Options include: guitar, instrumental, band, vocal(several different kinds), theatre, multimedia, 2d art, 3d art, drama, and dance. I attended Arts Academy in the woods starting my sophmore year, and graduated in 2008.

      I majored in

      Multimedia, where Mrs. Mantey (http://www. artsacademy-woods. org/staff/Mantey.

      htm) taught me how to use photoshop like a pro, make basic animations with flash, create websites using dreamweaver, with html/css. For my minor I took 2d art, where Mr. Jacobi (http://www. artsacademy-woods.

      org/staff/jacobi. htm) and Mrs. Huntoon help me become a better drawer and painter, a better artist. I also took a Guitar class with Nathan Montgomery, check him out http://www.

      artsacademy-woods. org/staff/Montgomery. htm. He always wanted us to just call him Nate, and not ...

      • Mr.

        Montgomery. He was an awesome guitar teacher, but he is leaving AAW in order to further pursue his career as a musician, and to spend more time with his family. I also took 3d art with Mrs. Huntoon, where I learned how to make and paint ceramic tiles, mugs, pots, and such.

        My senior year I also took Advance Creative Writing with Mr. c or Mr. Cerasco (http://www. artsacademy-woods.

        org/staff/cerrasco. htm). I loved the creative writing class, and

        Mr. C is awesome.

        The great thing about Arts Academy in the Woods is that people seem to accept everyone for who they are. You could be bisexual, straight, homosexual, a cross dresser, emo, gothic, scene, completely eccentric, some one who wears a different holloween costume everyday, or just off right freaky, and you would still be accepted and encouraged to be yourself. It is a place where creativity, individuality, and artistic freedom is embraced.

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