Community School for the Arts

CSA holds to a philosophy of artistic excellence in everything we do. We offer programs and activities that meet the needs and interests of all students. Our programming is provided by top artists and professionals who love to work with young people as we seek to make a difference in the lives of the next generation.

In addition to classes and lessons, performances, productions, and exhibits are of top priority at CSA. We want all students to experience the thrill of presenting their craft to others. Family friendly and family focused entertainment is central to all that we do at CSA. Get ready for a great line-up of shows. CSA is your arts connection!

 

PRIVATE LESSONS

Ages 3 – Adult

5, 10, 15 or 18 -week Sessions

January 6 – May 16

PRESCHOOL PROGRAM

Ages 3 – 5 years

(must be 3 by January 27)

 Theatre, Visual Arts, Music & Dance!

Instructors: Shannon Stoddard, Sherry Jones. Dr. Kathleen Lavengood, Hachya Franklin, Jennifer Woodside Anderson, Sammie Griffith & Sheila Mann

January 27 – April 22

12 Weeks, 9am – Noon

Mondays & Wednesdays

(Can choose both days or just once a week!)

SUZUKI STRING PROGRAM

Violin or Viola for Ages 4 & up

Led by Violinist and Certified Suzuki Instructor Dr. Kathleen Lavengood

January 6 – May 16

Choose between 30, 45 or 60 minute lessons

Please note that the Suzuki program follows an 18-week semester. Students may register anytime during the semester and lessons will be provided. FREE group classes are part of the program!

 

Fiddle Folk Society

Classes are weekly for 18 weeks

January 6 – May 16

Instructor: Dr. Kathleen Lavengood

Ages: 12-18 (Jr/Sr High) – Mondays 6-7:30pm

Ages 12 & up (Community Wide) – Saturdays 11am-12:30pm

 

PRESCHOOL DRAMA

Ages 3 – 5 years

February 5 – April 22

Wednesdays 5:15-5:45pm

Instructor: Sammie Griffith

UKULELE CLASSES

Ten Weekly Classes

February 25 – May 5

Preschool: Tuesdays 3:30-4pm

Beginner: Tuesdays 4-4:30pm

Intermediate: Tuesdays 4:30-5pm

Instructor: David Holland

Music Theory Class

Students should be enrolled in the AP Music Theory course or have similar level of knowledge. They must be able to read music (preferably in both Treble and Bass clef), perform simple rhythms, and spell and describe Major and Minor Triads and Scales.

February 3 – April 27

(no class Spring Break)

Mondays 5-6pm for 12 weeks

Instructor: Cory Winters

VISUAL ART CLASSES

BEYOND THE CRAYON

Grades K – 3

February 10 – April 20

Mondays 4-5pm

Instructor: Sherry Jones

BEYOND THE CRAYON

Grades 3 – 6

February 12 – April 22

Wednesdays 4-5pm

Instructor: Sherry Jones

 

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