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Arts at Wayland

Visual and performing arts are alive at Wayland.

There are endless opportunities for creative expression for all students through classes, performances, and extracurricular activities. The Wayland Fine Arts Department promotes the study and practice of visual and performing arts as an essential aspect of a comprehensive educational experience.  We believe in the certainty that every student is capable of learning and mastering artistic disciplines, is artistically expressive, and deserves the opportunity to explore that capability. The fine arts curriculum allows students to experience and to become proficient in different disciplines. All students are required to obtain two Fine Arts credits for graduation.

Fine Arts Faculty

Andrew Estervig

Performing Arts Faculty, Fine and Performing Arts Department Chair

Kristie Estervig

Performing Arts Faculty, Glen Dye Head Resident

Martha Kesler H`08

English Faculty, Theater Director

Glen Richards `84

Fine Arts Faculty, Head Coach for Girls Tennis

Amy Throndsen H`14

Instrumental Music Faculty, Head Forensics Coach