Support For Learning Loss

Due to the recent nature of extended and repeated school closures combined with remote learning, there has been significant research reporting on the academic set backs students have been challenged with. 

Educating children is one of the most important responsibilities we have as a community, and in the wake of the pandemic, many have sought to remedy these problems and provide a greater opportunity for students to succeed. Remarkable Arts has partnered with schools to do just that.

How Is The Program Administered?

Schools looking to address learning gaps can provide The Remarkable Arts – Art Education Program during the school day as a solution to meeting students vital needs. Our director will meet with the schools administrator to assess the areas where students need the most help and provide a selection of appropriate curriculum to choose from while planning a proper schedule to administrate lessons.

We understand that each school and learning environment is unique, which is why we offer flexible scheduling and multiple tiers of programming to choose from so you have the confidence in knowing you are offering what is best for your students.


Emergency Assistance to Non Public Schools

Remarkable Arts is fully equipped to work with school recipients of the EANS program through the state of Florida. Our innovative S.T.E.A.M. Art program is designed to address learning gaps that took place due to COVID-19. The program provides vital needs for students in meeting educational goals by using art to teach national standards in Math, Language Arts/Reading, and Geography, all while focusing on learning gaps. Administrators can rest assured that the process of providing our programming will be streamlined and hassle-free. 

We provide a qualified teacher who meets your requirements, fits your school’s philosophy and is trained in the execution of our standards-based curriculum and development of learning recovery. 


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“All children are artists. The problem is how to remain an artist once he grows up.”

 Pablo Picasso