Middle and High School Art with Ms Talcott

Harbor Springs Middle School

6th Grade Art Rotation

7/8th Grade Art


Harbor Springs High School

Art I

Art II

CTE Graphic Design & Printing


Materials We Work With At The MS/HS Levels

Pencil – Pen – Charcoal -Colored Pencil – Oil Pastel – Chalk Pastel – Watercolor Paint – Acrylic Paint – Collage – Cardboard Sculpture – Clay Hand Building – Clay Wheel Thrown – Graphic Design Programming


Goals of the MS/HS Art Program

To foster creativity, problem solving, cultivate connections between brain to body and mind to creations, and create an artistic accepting space/community for all students to work on their visual art skills no matter their level or confidence. 



Ms Talcott is excited to continue to work on her own skills along side the students in a. active studio/art room set up. 

Students working on a still life drawing in the High School Art Room.
Middle School Student Pencil Drawing
Now High School Student A. Glentz's Colored Pencil Drawing.
7/8th Grade art students take part in a Virtual Field Trip (20-21) visiting with Artist and Commercial Photographer, Sabrina Langdon.

This is my sixth year teaching at Harbor Springs Public Schools and I have enjoyed every moment of it.

Being able to return to my home town and having the opportunity to teach in the same schools I was educated within is something I never imagined would be possible. I am so grateful for the opportunity.

We live in such a naturally beautiful area and such an artistically enriched community, I hope that through my work with your student(s), they are able to gain skills in problem solving, expressing their ideas/emotions and can learn to see and appreciate what is around them through a creative lens.

I look forward to continuing to work with our wonderful students, teachers, parents and community.

Please feel free to reach out to me at any time with questions or feedback.

– Jenna Talcott [ jtalcott@harborps.org ]

6th Graders Presenting Their Research into Intersting Art and Architechture.
Middle School Cardboard Artwork
Watercolor tools set up and ready for use in the High School Art Room.