The fine arts program at The Master's School offers a wide array of required and elective classes in art, music, and drama. For Lower School students, weekly music classes in all grades are supplemented by instrumental lessons, ensembles, and choir for third through sixth graders. Children in fifth and sixth grades can join Middle School students for the annual play. A diverse program in the visual arts introduces children to a spectrum of artistic media and includes an introduction to great artists from the past. In the Upper and Middle Schools, visual art subjects include drawing, painting, ceramics, 2-D and 3-D design, sculpture, printmaking, art history and criticism.
Students are encouraged to submit their work for exhibitions and competitions in the school and community. The music department offers classes in music appreciation, composition, and theory, with opportunities for private voice and instrumental lessons. The award-winning school chorus, select chamber choir, and instrumental ensembles rehearse and perform throughout the year. The Master's School chorus excels each year at the CMEA Northern Regional Festival.