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MUSEUM SCHOOL

A 72-YEAR LEGACY OF EXTRAORDINARY LEARNING

For more than seventy-two years Museum School has introduced children to the wonders of the world around them. The program’s unique classroom surroundings foster a love for learning – from the wondrous science specimens and historical artifacts in the Museum’s large teaching collections, to the early-childhood master teachers who brilliantly connect children’s imaginations to nature in their own backyard, to times long ago and to the future. Young children are encouraged to discover and dream of one day becoming astronauts, engineers, historians, paleontologists, artists, inventors and so much more through their encounters with real objects and real stories.

Museum School prides itself on developmentally-appropriate, experiential, engaging learning environments. Everything that makes Museum School special are also the things that make it challenging, but not impossible, to modify its classes to meet the requirements of the current COVID-19 early-childhood environment.  While remaining dedicated to implementing up-to-date health and safety standards for the welfare of our staff and students, we are always reimagining new and exciting ways we can offer our extraordinary learning opportunities during this challenging time.

The Museum School learning legacy experienced by generations of children is continuing, and we hope your child can join us. If you have any questions, please send an email to registermuschool@fwmsh.org.

MUSEUM SCHOOL FALL/SPRING 2021-2022 REGISTRATION  –  For children ages 3, 4, 5 and 6 by September 1, 2021

Click here to open the Fall/Spring 2021-2022 Enrollment Packet.

MUSEUM SCHOOL SUMMER 2021 CLASSES  –  For children ages 3 through 8 by May 31, 2021

Although registration will not begin for a few weeks, you may click here for a brief look at the Summer 2021 Museum School class offerings. Watch for the Enrollment Packet to post in April.

WE NEED YOUR SUPPORT

Many areas of the Museum and Museum School were damaged due to water from broken pipes and sprinklers. Please help us recover.

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