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The Orange Cove High School Visual Arts Department consists of Art teachers: Mrs. Singley and Mr. Smith, and offers the most electives of all other departments on campus.

Students enrolled in Art courses at OCHS receive a well rounded education in both traditional and contemporary media. These art courses help our students develop, not only as artists, but also as creative and critical thinkers and provide them with rich sensory experiences in the classroom. Art is an avenue for students to express themselves visually and as we continue to grow, here at OCHS, we expect our students to create great things.

Check out the links below for available courses, and course information.
Available Visual Arts courses include:
  • Smith's Class Page
  • Digital Art
  • Art 1
  • Drawing & Painting
  • Video Production

ROP Courses:
  • ROP Graphic Design
  • ROP Art Animation

Performing Arts

OCHS offers Concert/Marching Band, Color Guard, and Choir.

The award-winning TITAN MARCHING BAND AND COLOR GUARD (Fall Semester) performs at all home football games as well as the Reedley Fiesta Parade, Christmas parades in both Reedley and Orange Cove and the Selma Band Festival. The Concert Band (Spring Semester) performs at the annual KCUSD Pre-Festival Concert, CMEA Large Group Festival, the OC Blossom Festival, the Annual OCHS Band & Choir Spring Pops Concert and the OCHS graduation. For more information, please visit the TITAN BAND page.

The Choir is directed by Randy Lepp.

Students enrolled in OCHS' Drama program have opportunity to learn, and grow with the dramatic arts. In exploring dimensions of theatrical self-expression, students will employ lecture, discussion and classroom activities to raise issues that stretch self-awareness through dramatic interaction involving imagination and creativity. Each participant will works at his or her own level with no comparison to other members.
Students will study everything from theater terminology, theater history, improvisation, pantomime, oral interpretation, acting techniques, the play and play criticism.