Create, Dive Deep, Find Your Voice, Make Art
The Arts Scholar Program centers student learning through the creation and exploration of art. The point is to allow the student a unique path that will enrich their education, to give them the tools and creative voice to ask difficult questions and solve complex problems. Through coursework, special arts seminars, and independent study, the Arts Scholar Program develops curious learners who engage the world with their own fresh and original perspectives.

Whether in depth study of one discipline or a broad exposure to the arts, students seek meaning and purpose in an ever-changing environment. Students who successfully complete the program, graduate with distinction and receive a special certificate alongside their diploma.

A KUA Arts Scholar will:

  • Complete two-year commitment beginning your junior year
  • Communicate through the creative process
  • Reflect upon one’s place in the world
  • Explore a myriad of traditions, values, and cultural perspectives
  • Act and motivate others to follow
  • Treasure the diversity of the world’s cultural heritage
  • Experience joy in the making of art

Explore further Beyond the Classroom 

Arts Faculty

List of 10 members.

  • Kay McCabe 

    Dance Teacher, College Advisor
  • Darrell Beaupre 

    English Teacher
  • Christine Britton 

    Costume Designer and Instructor
  • Ursula Fries-Herfort 

    Learning Center Teacher, Ceramics Teacher, Taylor Gallery Director
  • Philip Montenegro 

    Spanish Teacher
  • Stephen Rogers 

    Academic Information Systems Manager, Theater Technical Director
  • Julie Haskell 

    Dean of Faculty, Arts Department Chair, Art Teacher
    (603) 469-2112
  • M. Hunter Ulf AIA 

    Chief Operating Officer, Visual Arts Teacher
    603 469-2158
  • Kevin White 

    Music Teacher, Theater Teacher
    603 469-2131
  • David Weidman 

    Assistant Head of School, Theatre Director


Kimball Union Academy

603-469-2000  · 603-469-2040 (fax)  ·
Founded in 1813, Kimball Union Academy is one of the oldest private boarding high schools in New Hampshire and the country. KUA blends the best of the New England boarding tradition with an innovative, modern educational program for a diverse group of day and boarding students from across the country and around the world. Located in Meriden, New Hampshire in the heart of the Upper Valley, Kimball Union is minutes from Dartmouth College and has direct access to Boston and New York.