Langley Fine Arts Parent Info Session – February 6

January 24, 2023

Are you looking for a program that encourages secondary students to EXPLORE, CREATE, and INSPIRE? Langley Fine Arts (LFAS) is inviting students and their families to an information session to learn more about secondary programming streams including Dance, Drama, Music, Visual Arts, Photography, and Writing. This unique, publicly funded, K-12 fine arts school located in historic Fort Langley, combines provincial curriculum with high-level courses that develop aesthetic intelligence in student artists. This choice program is open to students outside of the Langley School District. Students with a passion for the arts will feel at home at Langley Fine Arts.

Administrators and staff will share information about the program, registration, intake timelines, enrolment requirements which may include an audition or portfolio, as well as answer any questions.

To register, please fill out this online form HERE.

For more information about the parent info session, please contact: To learn more about the school, visit the website here.

Date: Monday, February 6, 2023
Time: 6:00 p.m.
Place: R.E. Mountain Secondary School – Library (7633 202A Street, Langley, BC)

(Please note this location is not Langley Fine Arts School. To increase accessibility, this info session is being hosted at a location that is central to families in the Langley School District.)

Learn more about each of the school’s secondary program streams or majors below:


The dance program at Langley Fine Arts is designed to “refine, challenge and expand” students’ technical and creative potential by fostering a creative, inclusive learning environment. The program focuses on technique, composition, choreography and performance, and students also learn the science behind dance and movement – including anatomy, nutrition, and injury prevention.


In the school’s drama program, students learn to work collaboratively in groups while stretching the limits of their imagination. Students will learn traditional styles of acting and theatre work, while also developing their own projects. Whether it’s creating and starring in a one-act play, learning to direct with an eye toward the film or television industry, or working behind the scenes in theatre tech, Langley Fine Arts’ drama major leaves students with useful skills that will benefit them, whether or not they choose a future in the theatrical arts.


Students in the music major program learn technical and musical skills on their chosen instrument (or voice) through solo work and collaborative ensemble performances. Students study music theory, ear training and keyboard, as well as exploring music from different historic and contemporary periods.

Visual Arts:

Students enrolled as Visual Arts majors will experience and learn from a wide variety of techniques, styles, and processes, from the traditional to the experimental. Students will have the opportunity to develop skills in drawing, painting, printmaking, mixed-media, sculpture and textiles, while art history is also integrated into the curriculum. At the Grades 11 and 12 level, students interested in post-secondary opportunities in everything from architecture, animation and various design fields are encouraged to enroll.


 Langley Fine Arts’ Photography program takes a “fine arts” approach to the medium, as students are encouraged to develop their skills behind the camera by exploring and capturing the world around them. Students are expected to be curious, experiment, and challenge themselves, while also working together to improve their craft.


Creative Writing is a major that offers an inclusive, support environment to help students grow creatively as writers, thinkers, and producers of published work. Students will learn and develop skills in a variety of mediums – from poetry and fiction to web writing, songwriting, journalism and podcasting. Guest speakers are also invited to work with the class, and through a class website, students can post writing and get feedback from both current students and program alumni.