Fine Arts Capital Campaign
Fine Arts Educational Building Campaign
Check our Progress!
(Construction progress as of 8.15.2023)
The Woodlands Christian Academy has successfully completed raising $10.8 million to fund construction of the Fine Arts Educational Building and Outdoor Amphitheater Capital Campaign. Considered the highest priority in the campus master plan, this building will accommodate the growing needs of our Fine Arts Department and serve current and future students in our middle and high school, preparing the next generation to serve Christ’s eternal kingdom. The ceremonial groundbreaking was held on Tuesday, May 30, 2023. We look forward to sharing construction updates here until the Grand Opening.
At Woodlands Christian, we affirm the Biblical teaching that our God is a creative God who created each one of us in His image. Therefore, we believe He wants our students to appreciate His creation while they discover and develop their own creative gifts and talents. A rich fine arts curriculum can become an integral part of a student’s well-rounded education and provide a powerful opportunity to glorify God.
In the same way that different sports require specialized athletic venues, the disciplines of fine arts require unique and distinct classrooms. Thus, it is our goal to provide a state-of-the-art learning center where students can explore multiple avenues of creative expression, attain proficiency and pursue excellence in their areas of interest, and build confidence in themselves. Architects have designed a new 22,585 square foot, one-story Fine Arts Educational Building, which will be constructed to the west of the Nehemiah Academic Center, facing the Grove and overlooking both a section of woods and a to-be-built retention pond which will double as an outdoor amphitheater.
The facility will accommodate all of our major fine arts specialties including theatre, band, choir, dance and the visual arts. It will also enable us to expand our student opportunities to include costume and set design and sound and lighting operations. The proposed design includes the largest black box theatre in the Houston area with the ability to seat up to 400 in a variety of configurations, an art studio, a dance studio, a choir hall, a band hall, one additional classroom, offices, changing rooms, storage areas, a lobby/reception area and multiple spaces for displaying student artworks.