After School Matters launches hundreds of summer programs for Chicago teens
July 15, 2020
Watch Melissa Mister, After School Matters chief program officer, talks about our summer programming on remote platforms!
American Art History: From Elite to Street is a dynamic, one-semester online course for high school students grades nine through twelve. This course offers students an engaging introduction to the rich and varied art of the United States from the Colonial Era to the early 21st century using complex audio, visual, and written texts. The course is Common Core and ILS (Fine Arts) aligned, providing .5 credit towards graduation. It enables student achievement through project-based lessons and unit assessments, and promotes student-centered discovery of local Chicago art in their own neighborhoods. While the course can be taken by Freshmen, it is recommended for motivated Sophomores – Seniors who are self-starters.
Learn more at ebrigade.org. Scroll down the homepage for information on scholarships.
Email Charissa Armon with questions.