The Colorado Springs Conservatory (CSC) brings in it’s 26th year of programming in grand fashion with new and enhanced programming for the After School Programming, Community Programs and Outreach/Performance.
“There is something for everyone this fall and spring!” says Linda Weise, Founding CEO of the CSC. “Whether you have an artistically include child who will flourish as a student in the after school program or you’ve just had a child and want to enroll in our Early Childhood PICCOLO program we can bring that to you. We have enhanced our POSITIVE NOTE program as well as our Citizen Soldier Connection classes as well. Community Arts Advocacy has always been a part of our Mission and we continue to elevate those experiences and remain accessible.”
Some of the Upcoming Highlights Include:
Early Childhood Program- the Picollo Program
The Conservatory will now be offering an even more elevated program for our youngest of students. A curriculum that will be as rewarding for the child as the mother and care takers.
Championed by Early Childhood expert, Linette Perschke, this program is intrinsically conservatory based and reinforces those elements of the programming that ensure a ‘whole child’ experience.
“We have taken the 26 years experience of positive outcomes and curriculum delivery and created a program that is incredibly enriching and Conservatory centric with materials and activities that can easily transfer to home,” says Perschke.
New Mentors for Core After School Program
The Conservatory is pleased to announce many new mentors for the After School program.
CSC continues to serve community through the following programs:
- Citizen Soldier Connection – Music classes for enlisted and retired military and their families
- A Positive Note – Music program for the special needs community
The Colorado Springs Conservatory celebrates its 26th year of outstanding programming. Pleased to announced its continued success of graduating 100% of the graduating high school seniors to 100% of the colleges, conservatories and universities of their choosing, CSC continues to serve students young and old from a 100 mile radius offering Education Partner Programs during the day, Community Programs throughout the week and CORE after school programming The Mission of the Conservatory is to inspire, motivate and challenge students to aspire to their highest potential as artists and humans beings through arts immersion studies and community arts advocacy.
Contact: Linda Weise 577-4556, lweise[at]csconservatory.org