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After School Course

Teacher and Kids in Library

Research shows that arts education bolsters student achievement and contributes to stronger participation in school activities. Low-income students who participated in arts rich programs had better grades and higher rates of college enrollment and graduation than those who had little or no involvement, according to a 2012 study by the National Endowment for the Arts.


Budget cuts and a narrow focus on subjects that are measured on standardized tests have contributed to a vast reduction of public school arts programs across the country.


We are attempting to help our community Leaders Like Lassen County office of Education reinvest in our community’s arts programs. In the past we have partnered with LCOE in their Kid’s Day, Lit Jam as well as their After school program.


As an extension of this we are motivated to bring additional art sessions to individuals wanting to enrich their learning in our own studio which is designed to attract children and give them the opportunity to learn in a stress free environment. 


If you are interested in any of the programs please contact us and one of our instructors or assistants will be with you shortly.

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