Walnut Hill School for the Arts Summer, Natick,

Walnut Hill School for the Arts Summer
12 Highland Street,
Natick,
(508) 650-5020
Type
Day
Gender
Co-Ed
Age Group
NA
Cost
Contact For Price (Per week)
Program Focus
Arts, Languages, Tours & Travels
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About Program [-]

Founded in 1893 by Wellesley College graduates Florence Bigelow and Charlotte Conant, Walnut Hill was at the forefront of education for young women for more than 80 years. Even as a traditional private boarding school for girls, Walnut Hill’s arts programs were strong. The School was home to acclaimed Fenway Studio artist and teacher Marion Pooke , Class of 1901, and Pulitzer Prize–winning author and Poet Laureate Elizabeth Bishop ’30. In the 1970s, in response to the changing landscape in education, Walnut Hill became a coeducational school for the arts. 

Program Activities [-]

Arts Activities

  • Music
  • Visual Arts

Languages Activities

  • Spanish

Tours & Travels Activities

  • Group Travel
  • Tours
  • Cultural Exploration
  • Community Service
  • Adventure/Trips

Locations on this Program [-]

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Program Address:

12 Highland Street,
Natick,

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