Carnegie Hall is Bringing the Arts to Life for children at Carnegie Kids' College!
July 8-12, and July 15-19, 2019
Kids' College is an opportunity to expand learning in and through the arts in a safe, nurturing environment. A primary objective of Kids' College is to instill a lifelong love of learning through the arts for its participants. Students have the chance to "try-out" different art forms at Kids' College; they identify new skills within themselves, boosting self-esteem. At Carnegie Kids' College there is little risk for failure, due to the support mechanisms in place - teaching artists, volunteers, peers, and administration.
Please note that enrollment is determined by the class year youth is entering, not by age. Homeschooled youth should enroll based on what class they would be entering in the public school system. Children entering kindergarten and first grade enroll in a rotation of Music for Kids, Art for Kids, and Movement for Kids. Most of the morning and afternoon classes are for students entering grades 2-7, but some classes are designed for students in grades 4-7. Every possible effort is made to accommodate class requests; however, occasionally we must make substitutions. Some classes may not be offered due to insufficient enrollment. Carnegie Hall reserves the right to cancel classes if necessary. Classes do fill up; up to 5 children will be waitlisted per class, should openings become available.