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Ana Grace Academy of the Arts School
Specifically geared toward students interested in art, music, dance, digital arts, creative writing, theater design, and other art forms, this theme integrates a rigorous core curriculum with instruction by professional artists focused on fine and performing arts.
Bloomfield, CT 06002
Ana Grace Academy of the Arts School provides students a foundation to grow academically and artistically. Students express their cultural creativity, build impactful relationships, engage in their learning, and work with professional artists to develop and enhance new skills. Here, students can explore vocal and instrumental music, visual arts, dance, theatre, creative writing, and more. Through their learning, students develop critical thinking skills, initiative, and discipline, which are highlighted in showcase performances throughout the school year. In collaboration with community partners like The Ana Grace Project, Hartford Stage, and Charter Oak Cultural Center, students participate in unique experiences that enhance the school’s theme.
School Report Card – the Connecticut State Department of Education (CSDE) has prepared this report, which includes information about student enrollment, student achievement, student and teacher diversity, and much more.
- Provides a foundation for students to grow academically and artistically; inspires students to make connections, engage in their learning, and work with local artists; challenges students to show creativity through live performances; collaborates with community partners to enhance the curriculum
- NAEYC accredited; MSA School of Excellence 2014; 2018 CT Kid Governor winner; arts infusion in all academic areas; one-to-one technology for all students
- Parent Testimonials
- Ella Briggs, 2019 CT Kid Governor
- Dance for Ana With Love (DFAWL) Fundraiser
Sports, Clubs & Activities
All Students play an instrument beginning in grade 1
Theater and dance in all grades
Partnership with the Ana Grace Foundation
Change makers Leadership Team
Project based learning
Pride Club (GSA)