Mrs. Meg Skow

Phone: 843.873.3610 x. 35115


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Mrs. Meg Skow

We are required to do fundrasiers for the instructional needs of our program.  Please click the linK to share our fundraiser site - and please donate if you can:


Please visit my website for information and updates about my classes. The link is provided below.

The Visual Art program goal is for all students to improve and grow as artists through a program that encourages, enlightens, and challenges. Through extended studio experiences with art forms during each year, students have the opportunity to become proficient with a variety of media. In core classes, two quarters will be devoted to an art form: Level 1 - Painting Level 2 - Sculpture Level 3 - Printmaking/Mixed Media 

This school year will be exciting in Visual Art. This summer, I taught a course, participated in a national arts leadership conference with the National Art Education Association, met with many artists and art educators as I worked as a NAEA Regional VP, and spent time working on my own work. Through all these activities, I had my RMSA artists in mind. I am excited to share my love of art as we work together in my art studio. Our art studio will be a place for our artists to experiment, explore, and develop techniques and skills in a variety of media and materials. Beyond our class time, students are welcome (and encouraged) to take advantage of ILT.

National Board Certified: Art/Early Adolescence through Young Adulthood'  NAEA Southeastern Region VP  2018 - 2020.  SCAEA President 2012 - 2014.  2013 RMSA Teacher of the Year. National Art Education Association 2004 Southeastern Region Middle Level Art Educator of the Year'  South Carolina Art Education Association 2003 Middle Level Art Educator of the Year 

  • We are required to do fundraisers for the instructional needs of our Visual Art Program.  Please use this link to share our fundraiser page - and please donate if you can:


    Information about my class can be found on my visual art website.