Who We Are


Recently, some of Lyme Old Lyme High School’s art students started a new chapter of the National Art Honor Society to help bring more visual art to the community. The club exclusively accepts  members who meet its rigorous academic and artistic standards and are approved by both the President and Advisor. The club meets after school on the second and fourth Monday each month to cultivate a mutual passion for art in its members. 

Overall, its goal is to make art a more prominent part of the school community. So far, the National Art Honor Society has volunteered at the Lyme Art Academy and made cards for local women’s shelters. Currently, members are brainstorming ideas for other community service projects to help younger children to explore various art forms.

For quarters three and four, the club is looking for new members; those who are gifted drawers, painters, photographers, potters, fashion designers, or those who have an expressed passion for the arts.

 To those interested in joining the LOLHS National Honors Society for Art – please do not hesitate to reach out to club president, Jenna Woods, at [email protected]