In consideration for the health and wellbeing of all in the Renaissance School of the Arts (RSA) community, classes for Fall 2020 will be held online. We are looking forward to bringing the wide variety of creative and academic classes that RSA members always enjoy, along with fun new social clubs, to you at home with the convenience of both live stream and prerecorded options.
The Class Registration link will enable you to see class descriptions and specific class meeting dates. The Fall 2020 Classes by Age & Format link provides an overview of classes.
General registration is now open. Steps: (1) Request membership (click on "Join" in the top right); (2) Pay the family registration fee ($75 for Fall 2020); (3) Sign up for classes!
The fall semester will start September 15 and end December 10 (12 weeks, with a break during the week of Thanksgiving).
The family registration fee (per family, not per student) will be $75 for Fall 2020.
RSA offers classes in the visual and performing arts, as well as some classes in STEM and other academic areas. Classes meet in the Crittenden area of North Suffolk (Thursday classes for all ages, and Tuesday classes for high school students). Students are welcome to join RSA throughout the program year.
More About RSA
Renaissance School of the Arts provides students with education in the visual and performing arts, along with academics and an exciting STEM program. We believe that a creative and diverse environment which emphasizes the arts, helps students in all areas of their education. Although the majority of our students are homeschooled, participation is welcomed from students of public and private schools as well.
RSA is a unique school with an eclectic mix of professional instructors and talented families. We welcome members and instructors without regard to race, religion, culture, creed, sexual orientation, or ethnic background. We foster an atmosphere of creativity, fun, acceptance, integrity, and celebration of our unique differences and talents! We believe that all students should be encouraged to find and utilize their own talents and gifts.
RSA operates as a private, non-profit organization with 501(c)(3) status, as a branch of the Rainbow Foundation for Family Education, and is located in Hampton Roads, Virginia.