Join us this fall at the Loft!
We have a number of exciting writing classes on the schedule this fall. Due to the current public health concerns around COVID-19, we have moved all youth classes online. While we would love to gather in person, we're excited to have the opportunity to connect with each other as we read, write, and share our stories! Learn how to develop your own interactive story, get started on your YA novel, or write your own fantasy or horror story. Even stuck inside, we can let our imaginations soar! For information about any of our youth programming, please call 612-379-8999.
Most classes will take place using a combination of Zoom and Google Classroom, depending on age range and specific needs of the class.
Announcing Additional Scholarships
We know that the current public health crisis has caused a lot of uncertainty, financial and otherwise. In order to address these new uncertainties and assist families and students in connecting with our youth programming, we are significantly expanding our scholarship opportunities. In addition to our regular scholarship program, we are grateful to be able to offer additional scholarships that will provide a 95 percent reduction in class tuition to students and families who are in need of financial assistance this summer.
These scholarships are available on a first come, first served basis. Just like our fall class schedule, expanded scholarship opportunities will be announced on a rolling month-to-month basis. At this point, September youth classes are available with expanded scholarships.
In order to access these scholarships, students do not need to provide proof of income or income loss. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org or call our education line at 612-379-8999 with the name of the class you would like to register for, and you will be provided with a scholarship code that you may use upon registration. Please note that these scholarships can only be applied to youth classes. We are asking that families limit themselves to one scholarship per individual student, per month.
To receive regular, year-round scholarship opportunities, you are also welcome to apply for scholarships through our standard scholarship program. In order to qualify for our standard scholarship pool, proof of enrollment in a public assistance program must be provided. For more information about how to apply and how standard scholarships are awarded, please visit our scholarship page here.
All Loft programming, including youth classes, will be taking place online until December 31st. Class schedules will be released on a rolling basis each month on our website. Youth classes will take place in September, October, November, and December. Typically, class schedules will be released and open for registration one month in advance (September classes will be released in August, October classes will be released in September, etc.).
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Youth students with special needs, disabilities, and serious allergies are always welcome at the Loft! Please call us to discuss how the Loft can accommodate the needs of your child or teen (hearing/sight impairments, children with PCAs, learning challenges) in order for them to participate and enjoy Loft classes! Reach us at 612-379-8999.