Listed below are links to summer art programs geared toward high school students. Please note the deadline and fees for these programs. Many offer financial aid so read details carefully.
Mass College of Art Summer Studios Grades 11-12
Mass College of Art Summer Intensives - Grades 10-12
Boston Architectural College - Summer Academy for High School Students
Boston University Summer Visual Art Program
Lesley University Pre- College Program
Monserrat College of Art and Design Summer Program
Suffolk University Pre College Summer Program
School Museum of Fine Arts Pre-College Summer Program
Summer Program Finder is another resource to use for a specific summer program.
The opening reception for Burlington High School's 43rd Annual Art Exhibition will be held on Thursday, March 17, from 6:30 until 8:30 pm, which is also the night of the high school's Open House. Hundreds of pieces of work from all art classes will be on display in the high school library and main lobby. The show will be up until the April 1, but this is the only night that the exhibition will be open to the general public.
Also that night, the Fashion Design class will be hosting its fourth annual Fashion Show in the lower library. Sure to be an exciting event, the fashion show will begin at 7:00, and will last approximately ½ hour.
The Music program’s Winter Guard plans on conducting a demonstration performance in the library lobby around 7:30.
The third annual Raffle of the Arts, a fundraiser for the Burlington High School Art Department Scholarship Fund, is currently underway. Prizes have been funded with the financial support by Salem Five Bank, and include:
Apple Watch Sport
38mm Space Gray Aluminum Case with Black Sport Band ($349 value)
Beats Solo2 Wired On-Ear Headphones - Black ($149 value)
David's Teas Gift Basket -- tea set and loose tea sampler ($100 value)
The raffle is a fundraiser for the department’s scholarship fund, which provides awards for graduating seniors enrolling in art, design, photography and architecture programs in college. Ticket sales are currently underway and the raffle will run until March 17. The drawing will be held at the high school’s 43rd annual art exhibition on March 17 at 8 pm. The purchaser does not need to be present at the drawing to win. Tickets are $5 each, or five tickets for $20. Please contact George Ratkevich at firstname.lastname@example.org, any high school art teacher, or most art students for more information.
(Posters and flyers for the event were created by students in Mr. Keith March-Mistler's Digital Publishing class. One poster is embedded in this document, and others can be found at this link.)
Stephanie O'Neill, Grade 12
Jillian Sullivan, Grade 11
Josephine Samarjian, Grade 11
Alegria Paez, Grade 12
Emily Moreria, Grade 11
Congratulations to Alegria Paez, Jillian Sullivan, Stephanie O'Neill, Josephine Samarajian and Emily Moriera whose work was selected for the
6th Congressional District High School Art Competition and Exhibition hosted by Montserrat College of Art.
The closing reception and award ceremony sponsored by Congressman Seth Moulton is at
Montserrat College of Art
Saturday, March 5, 3:30 – 5 p.m.
301 Cabot Street, Beverly, MA
The exhibition is a juried art show, open to high school students (grades 10-12) from public and private schools within the Sixth Congressional District of Massachusetts, as well as high school students home-schooled within the district. The exhibition will be on view March 3 - 5, 2016.
Christina Chang teaches art and design to students in grades 9-12.