Learning at Hubbard Hall
We strongly believe in the confidence and self-esteem that participation in the arts can bring to children, keeping them focused on healthy goals and lifestyle choices. For people of all ages, involvement in the arts has been found to reduce anxiety and depression and foster creativity, imagination and problem-solving skills that we all need in our daily lives and work. On the regional level, the arts have been shown to help build stronger communities and promote cross-cultural understanding.
Hubbard Hall is committed to making the arts accessible to all. We have an active work-study scholarship program where students in our dance, movement arts, music, theater and visual arts programs can volunteer time in a variety of ways in exchange for partial-tuition or full-tuition support for classes, workshops and intensives. Work-Study Scholars (or their parents) help with a variety of tasks, from class registration to building maintenance, from sewing costumes to outreach & marketing.
Work-Study Scholarship Applications
Scholarship Requests are granted for each term term of study, and priority is given to applications received by the following deadlines: December 15, February 15, April 15, June 15, August 15, and October 15. Call or stop by for a scholarship application.