Visual Arts

Kyla Greenstein, '21, ExLabs

Our mission is to instill the relevance of the arts intellectually, spiritually, and physically in the ESA community and beyond.

Visual Arts Vision Statement

At Episcopal School of Acadiana, we believe that art is a fundamental mode of communication. The Visual Arts Department seeks to provide a relevant, integrated, and essential component of the ESA education ensuring that all students are fluent in the visual language.

Through intellectual cultivation of creativity students acquire skillful knowledge of media, with the freedom and responsibility to share their voices. We foster a safe environment to explore, take risks, and think independently so that the arts may be a vehicle for personal expression and the understanding of self and others.  

It is our vision that students discover the possibilities of visual art as it relates to our daily presence and professional endeavors. We strive to be a leading program which offers superior opportunities for the ESA family and our greater community.

List of 2 members.

  • Jennifer Graycheck 

    Visual Arts Department Chair, Visual Arts Teacher
    (337) 365-1416 x345
  • Elise Sonnier 

    Visual Arts Teacher
    (337) 365-1416 x326

List of 2 members.

  • Amie Rogers 

    Visual Arts Teacher
    (337) 365-1416 x308
  • Andrea Fortier 

    Visual/Performing Arts Teacher
    (337) 365-1416 x322

List of 1 members.

  • Danielle DuBois 

    Art Teacher - Lower School
    (337) 993-2263 x432

Episcopal School of Acadiana

Episcopal School of Acadiana is a private coeducational day school for students in grades PK3 through 12. Our mission is to instill in every student the habits of scholarship and honor.

Episcopal School of Acadiana (Lafayette Campus)

Episcopal School of Acadiana (Cade Campus)

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