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Research has shown …

  • Students with high arts involvement have been shown to perform better on standardized achievement tests than students with low arts involvement.
  • Arts activities promote growth in positive social skills, including self-confidence, self-control, conflict resolution, collaboration, empathy and social tolerance.
  • Learning experiences in the arts contribute to the development of academic skills, including the areas of reading and language development, and mathematics.
  • Participation in the arts also is an important strategy for engaging and motivating students at risk of dropping out of high school and for those with special needs…

Join us for Our Run for the Arts!

For more information, see our About page. To join us for this fun run, please go to our Registration page and fill out the appropriate information. Thank you for your interest!