The Winston School Summer Academy of the Arts offers summer arts intensive

The Winston School Summer Academy of the Arts for high school and middle school students grades six through 12, as well as recently graduated seniors, is July 6 – 24.  This is the seventh year for the summer arts intensive, which this year features “Guys and Dolls.”

The popular three-week program develops student creativity in one particular art form – choosing from visual arts, drama, digital arts or music.  Students produce a finished product and integrate their work with artists in other media such as a concert, a performance, or a film premiere. The application deadline is June 30.

The Winston School (http://www.thewinstonschool.com) is a college preparatory program for students grade 4 through 12 with learning differences and whose needs are not generally met through traditional school settings. The Winston School teaching provides instruction for the summer program, which is open to students with and without learning differences.

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  2. The Winston School to host annual Arts Festival May 19
  3. Summer arts at Winston
  4. Winston School Festival of the Arts
  5. Actor Ed Asner to speak at Winston School

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