Village Center for the Arts

We Bring Arts Education to Your Campus

Are you looking for ways to develop or enhance a dynamic arts offering for your students?  Village Center for the Arts provides a variety of Public, Private and Home-School program options to help you enrich your school’s community.  We are a locally owned and operated Pleasant Hill business teaching over 500 students throughout the east bay every week, and we will partner with you to bring first class arts education right into your school.

Village offers engaging and fun educational programs focused in Music, Yoga and Theatre.

Village instructors are interviewed and selected by the Executive Director and CEO of the company.  All instructors are TB tested and fingerprinted.

Contact us anytime and we’d be happy to answer any questions you may have or provide additional information.   Our flexible program structure allows us to offer classes in the Fall, Winter and Spring, depending on the best fit for your school’s community.

After School Enrichment
Join the number of Diablo Valley , San Ramon Valley, and Lamorinda schools who have been taking advantage of our enrichment programs for the past 10 years.  We offer a variety of Music, Theatre, and Yoga programs, in addition to Classroom Music, 4th & 5th Grade Concert Band, Chorus, as well as private/semi private music lessons. We want to provide an engaging creative learning experience for your students today!

School Day Instruction
Village offers school day programs where our instructor(s) will come in and conduct private music lessons during the school day. We also provide Classroom Music , Concert Band, Choir, and Theatre programs. Let us bring arts education programs to your campus!

Home-School Instruction
We offer our Center for home-school programs. Call us today to discuss how we can facilitate your arts education needs.

Call us at 925-676-8400 for more information!

”…the President’s Committee on the Arts and the Humanities released a stellar report, Reinvesting in Arts Education: Winning America’s Future Through Creative Schools, which details the powerful role that arts education strategies can play in closing the achievement gap, improving student engagement, and building creativity and nurturing innovative thinking skills.”

Source: Melody Barnes, May 12, 2011