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Fine Arts

Fine Arts Department Chairperson:

Ms. Jean Broden
Fine Arts Department Faculty:
Ms. Karol Feld
Ms. Danielle Mocknick


St. Hubert offers a well-rounded, four-year Art Program that arms students with a strong body of work upon completion of the program . Students in this program have been featured in special exhibits, news releases, won several major awards in various competitions and juried exhibits, and have received numerous scholarships to various art schools.
Art courses are offered to students who desire to develop their artistic skills. A wide variety of experiences is provided throughout the different levels. Drawing, color theory, design principles, painting, ceramics, basic photography, and computer graphics are the major areas of study. An understanding of the basics through progressive lessons prepares the student to meet new challenges on her own. A half-credit for Related Arts is preferred before entering the art courses. However, it is not mandatory. All art students are required to participate in the annual Art Exhibit in May. A materials fee is charged for each art course.

Art Courses offered at St. Hubert:
  • Related Arts (freshman elective)
  • Art I
  • Art II
  • Art III
  • Art IV
  • AP Studio Art
  • AP Art History
  • Digital Imaging and Design

St. Hubert's Music Program includes one of the few remaining symphonic orchestra's in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, and both an active and performing chorus and handbell choir. Performances in include many events, ceremonies, and concerts during the school year, including graduation. They have also successfully performed in various venues and competitions, including All-Cathoic Orchestra and Chorus. Many of our members have received All-Catholic status in the Archdiocese.
Music courses are offered to provide the study of music to a variety of students:  those who are committed to the serious study of music, those who wish to pursue music as a subject of secondary interest, and those who through a greater knowledge would develop their aesthetic sensitivity and thus enjoy music more fully. A music fee is charged for each instrumental course to cover supplies and lessons.

Music Courses offered at St. Hubert:
  • Instrumental Music I
  • Instrumental Music II
  • Instrumental Music III
  • Instrumental Music IV
In addition to this, we have several smaller ensembles.
  • Chorus is an extra-curricular activity held regularly after school. Members participate in various celebrations, performances, competitions, and events throughout the school and community.
  • The Mary Killion Hand Bell Choir of St Hubert is also and extra-curricular ensemble that performs at various concerts and masses throughout the year. 

Fine Arts Links:


National Museum of American Art


Essentials of Music

Learn About Instruments