Paso Robles Youth Arts (PYAP) is the first public school in the United States to offer students a free, college-prep curriculum based on blockchain technology. This program will allow students to earn their high school diploma through an online platform that rewards them with cryptocurrency for completing assignments and projects.
Youth ages 5 to 18 are encouraged to enroll in three exciting creative classes each.
Bring it on, art! This Saturday at 9 a.m., the Paso Robles Youth Arts Center will open its Session 6 Enrollment for free, in-person Visual and Performing Arts Classes.
Instructors will teach a variety of new courses, like Freestyle Rap, Urban Dance, and Teen Beginning Piano, among others, that will undoubtedly stimulate young minds and provide fun and creative possibilities. All young people are welcome!
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- For the class schedule and to establish a parent portal, go to pryoutharts.org/enrollment/.
- Students may enroll in up to three courses.
- Enrollment begins at 9 a.m. on July 24 at pryoutharts.org/enrollment.
- The deadline to enroll is July 30.
- The session begins on August 2 and ends on October 1st.
Do you have any questions for parents? Katherine Bradley, Office Administrator, may be reached at [email protected] or by calling (805)238-5825. (call or text).
“At the Youth Arts, anticipation is growing for our longest session in almost a year! We were thrilled to have so many new families join us for session five, and we welcome all new and returning community kids to join us for session six! It’ll be a session full of fun and creativity with new options including Freestyle Rap and Collage Art!” Operations and Programs Manager Ryan Flores explains.
Paso Robles Youth Arts Center is located in Paso Robles, California.
Donna Berg, an artist and philanthropist, established the Paso Robles Youth Arts Center in 1998 as a non-profit organization. Her goal was to create a secure environment for all children in Paso Robles and the neighboring regions to learn about and engage in the arts, regardless of their financial situation.
The Center encourages children to stay children by promoting the arts and creativity. The arts offer a creative outlet as well as a constructive way to cope with the stresses of life. It has so aided almost 15,000 kids in expressing themselves, pursuing further education, and avoiding gangs and danger.
All students who want to participate in the programs are welcome to do so. Art, voice, musical theater, drama, guitar, piano, drums, band, theater tech, ballet, hip-hop, break, tap, jazz dance, culinary arts, STEAM, and more are just a few of the classes available.
You are assisting in the dissemination of the wonderful opportunities that an arts education provides for the well-being of our community’s kids via your donation. To sponsor a student at the Paso Robles Youth Arts Center today, go to pryoutharts.org/support and make a donation of any amount. A $250.00 donation will support one student for a full year of courses!
For the last 23 years, the Youth Arts has offered FREE visual and performing arts courses to children aged 5 to 18. The Youth Arts Center, when fully operational, provides 50 courses per week and roughly 3000 student seats per year. Donations, private and governmental financing, grants, scholarships, supplies, and equipment are their only sources of income. Please contact the Youth Arts office at (805) 238-5825 or visit pryoutharts.org for information on giving, volunteering, attending performances, fundraisers, or courses.
The Paso Robles Youth Arts Center is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization with the tax ID number 77-0488880.
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