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MassArt believes in the importance of a quality arts education beginning in elementary school. We offer affordable, diverse programs for students in grades 3-12 that give students the ability to access the power of the arts for their future success.
Academic Year Programs
For students in Grades 9-12.
- Winter 2018 Portfolio Prep - Friday, January 12, 4:30pm - 7:30pm & Saturday, January 13, 10:00am - 4:00pm
- Spring 2018 Schedule - February 23 - May 4, Fridays, 4:30pm - 7:30pm
For students in Grades 11-12.
For students in Grades 3-12. March 10 - May 5, no classes on April 14.
For students Grades 7-12, offered during April school vacation week. April 16-20, 2018.
For those entering Grades 7-9.
For those entering Grades 10-12.
For those entering Grades 11-12.
Generous support from the Civil Society Institute, and the NEA contribute to the available financial aid for students in need of assistance. Scholarships are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
If the scholarship amount awarded does not meet your financial needs, and you do not plan to accept the award, you must notify us in writing or you will forfeit your deposit. Deadlines for notification are ten days prior to the program start date.
The full program cost will be refunded if the request to drop is received in writing one month prior to the first class meeting. If cancellation is received after this date, you will be responsible for the balance due.
Drop-off & Pick-up Policy
After registration, parents/guardians will receive additional information about parking, drop-off and pick-up procedures, including a map and driving directions, and a pick-up authorization form for students under 12.
Students 12 years and older are dismissed directly from their classroom at the end of each class.
Students under 12 will be released only to authorized individuals listed on the pick-up authorization form. Parents/guardians must fill out the form and return it to MassArt before the first class.
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Access to Youth Programs made possible in part by National Endowment for the Arts, Enterprise Holdings, and Lucretia Philanthropic Fund.