Fine Arts

Fine Arts DanceWelcome to the Fine Arts Department at Village Christian School!

Here at Village, we challenge our students to understand what they believe, and to develop a deep, authentic relationship with God. We want our students to leave our school and make a genuine impact on the world. But how will their message be communicated? And who will listen?

The Fine Arts Department exists to help develop the preachers of the future. Our exceptional teachers and directors have created strategic programs to equip our students with a voice that people want to listen to. That voice requires a combination of excellence and innovation that can rise above the other voices: musicians that inspire, writers that engage, directors that tell important stories, and artists that use color and clay to speak without words.

Our vision for the fine arts at Village Christian is to graduate students who will use their God-given abilities in creative platforms and communicate the love and beauty of the Master Artist in a world devoid of grace and beauty. Whether it be on a canvas, in clay, on stage, through an instrument, we aim to equip our students with the tools they need to be effective communicators through the medium of art.

Mrs. Natalie Taylor
Director of Fine Arts


Natalie Taylor serves as the Fine Arts Dean at VCS and brings with her a rich background. She has been performing and singing since the age of seven in numerous musical theatre productions, choirs, bands, recordings and concerts. Most recently, she performed at Disneyland in The Voices of Liberty, an eight-part acapella show and was a featured soloist for the Candlelight Processional with Kurt Russell and Dick Van Dyke. Other credits include:The Queen of the Night in Mozart's The Magic Flute, Rosa Bud in The Mystery of Edwin Drood, Hong Kong Disneyland quartet, guest soloist with the Golden State Pops Orchestra and Orange County Pops Orchestra, and Dunkin' Donuts National TV commercial. In addition to serving as the Fine Arts Dean, she is also the Fine Arts Academy Director, and also teaches private lessons in beginning piano and voice.

Expected School-Wide Learning Results

ESLRs stand for “Expected School-Wide Learning Results.” Our ESLRs are in the form of essential questions. We expect all Village Christian School students to have carefully thought through these questions and be able to answer them based on their experiences in academic courses, Bible class and chapel, elective courses, and extracurricular activities. These questions are:

  • Who is God?
  • What is Truth?
  • What is my purpose?
  • How can I access, process, and share information?
  • How can I develop, express, and use my creativity?
  • How can I make wise choices?
  • How can I develop healthy relationships?

A student who has effectively answered these questions is well prepared for not only college academic study, but for being a leader in their professions, families, communities, and churches.

You can learn more about our elementary, middle school, and high school academic programs on our website.

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