I really can't tell you how much we love our school! We are recent transplants from Chicago and our children have never had exposure to a quality education like that we have experienced at ESAA (and are children all attended private schools). My husband and I have four children currently enrolled at ESAA. We love the seamlessly integrated approach to the arts. Throughout the week our children participate in drama dance music and art in addition to their regular studies. ESAA is also a project-based learning environment. With this approach students not only understand content more deeply but also learn how to take responsibility and build confidence solve problems work collaboratively communicate ideas and be creative innovators. Wonderful wonderful school!
Elementary School for the Arts and Academics is a charter elementary school in Town of Sheboygan. The principal of Elementary School for the Arts and Academics is Ted Hamm. 193 students go to Elementary School for the Arts and Academics and identify primarily as Asian; White, non-Hispanic; and Black, non-Hispanic. 11% of the Elementary School for the Arts and Academics students have "limited English proficiency." 35% of the 193 students here get reduced lunch prices. The ratio of students to teachers at Elementary School for the Arts and Academics is 15:1. Grant Elementary School is one of the nearest elementary schools.
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ESAA is an exciting environment for children to develop in a culture of thinking. The arts and multiple intelligence approaches are used to bring students to their greatest potential. It is a great place to work!
ESAA is an excellent school with an integrated arts philosophy. The teachers work together well and adhere to a whole child approach. I have been thrilled to have my children enrolled in this school!
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