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The Montgomery Academy values and encourages artistic achievement and development with every student. Students in every grade, K-12 are exposed to a variety of art mediums, from the stage, to the studio and behind the scenes. 

Our students are inspired daily by an amazing group of brilliant performing and visual art educators. Many of our faculty remain active in their field of study by presenting at state and national conventions, as well as serving on state and national boards across the country.

Our performing arts programs: music, drama, and speech & debate, give students opportunities to explore different dimensions of human performance. Students’ skills in these areas are developed through intense work in the classroom and opportunities for public performance and competition. In visual arts, we prepare students for a lifetime of creative activity. Our discipline-based approach emphasizes art production and appreciation through a variety of traditional and contemporary experiences, art history and art criticism. 

We invite you to come to a performance, concert, play or musical to see our outstanding arts program for yourself!

Arts Calendar


Our Speech & Debate program is ranked in the top 1% in the nation


Lighting Instruments in our Black Box theater


Works of art created each year by AP Studio Art students


Speech & Debate
State Championships 

The Arts@MA

Visual Arts

Our well-equipped art facilities ensure K-12 students receive well-rounded exposure and instruction in every major visual art discipline.

Speech & Debate

Our speech & debate team has won 18 state championships and is counted among the top 1% of programs in the country.


Our choral ensembles perform in venues around the city, state and country.


Students in K-12 have opportunities to perform and sing on our stages. Our black box theater provides opportunities for students to learn lighting and sound programs in the production booth.

Dr. Damion Womack

Director of the Arts

Dr. Womack is the Director of the Arts and the Upper School Choral Conductor. He currently serves as the American Choral Directors Association National Chairman for High School Choirs and has served on planning committees for several ACDA Southern Region Conventions. As a choral clinician, he has presented workshops and has conducted honor choir festivals across the Southeast. Dr. Womack holds a Doctor of Musical Arts in Choral Conducting from the University of South Carolina and holds Music Education degrees from Alabama A&M University and Alabama State University.