The College Courses for High School Students Program will help you develop your portfolio, prepare for a rigorous arts college curriculum, and improve your arts practice.
College Courses for High School Students is a program offering art and design courses at the college level for current high school students during the fall, spring, and summer.
The fall and spring session courses are held on Saturdays and split into morning and afternoon classes.
The summer session courses are held Monday through Friday and are also split into morning and afternoon classes.
As a participant of the program, you will:
You can sign up for either a 7-Week College Credit Course(s) or 4-Week Non-Credit Course(s).
What if you sign up for the 4-Week course but decide later that you want to continue on for the remaining 3 weeks?
Don't worry, you can decide at any time to continue taking any course(s) for an additional 3 weeks by notifying our Office of Community Engagement (firstname.lastname@example.org) and paying an extra fee of approximately $50. Students who opt to take the additional 3 weeks of classes will also receive 1 college credit per course.
You can earn one college credit after successfully completing most courses. Some courses are offered for non-credit and online.
(click the links below to see the most recent course schedules)
MFA Faculty Member
Associate Professor of Animation and Motion Media
College Courses for High School Students
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Our College Courses for High School Students host students from the Boston area as well as from around the world. Take a look at our Galleries to view student work.