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MUSEUM SCHOOL

A 70 YEAR LEGACY OF EXTRAORDINARY LEARNING

For more than seventy years Museum School has introduced over 200,000 young 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 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.

FALL/SPRING 2020-2021 CLASSES

Museum School prides itself on its 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 the requirements of the current COVID-19 early-childhood environment. We are busy creatively focusing on all of the unique learning opportunities that we can still offer during this challenging time.

Registration for the remainder of the Fall/Spring 2020-2021 Museum School program is now closed. This has been a reimagined year of excellence and we are currently planning for the next Fall/Spring 2021-2022 school year. Watch this web page for the class schedule and registration information to be posted soon.

The Museum School learning legacy experienced by generations of children is continuing and we hope your child can join us for Museum School Fall/Spring 2021-2022. If you have any questions send an email to museumschool@fwmsh.org.

SUMMER 2021 CLASSES

Please watch this page for Summer 2021 class information to be posted in early spring.

 

 

There's Still Lots to Do at the Museum!

If you are looking for activities for your children, check out our NEW Preschool Family STEAM Club and the Homeschool Family Science Club.

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