Ah Haa School for the Arts

  • NO SCHOOL ART DAYS | For Ages 5+


When School is Out, Ah Haa is In! (Ages 5+)

Are you looking for a safe, fun place for your child when school is out? At Ah Haa, your kids can create, learn and have fun, spending the morning and/or afternoon with friends under the guidance of local artists and teachers. If you’d like, we also offer a supervised lunch to keep your child creative from 9am-4pm.


(Visiting kids are welcome to take our No School Art Day classes, as long as they are at least 5 years old!)

Morning Session: (9-noon) Curriculum Varies  |  ages 5+

Afternoon Session: (1-4pm) Curriculum Varies  |  ages 5+

Full-Day (not available on all No School dates): (9am-4pm) For an additional $5, when you sign up for both morning and afternoon sessions on the same day,  your child can stay at Ah Haa for a supervised lunch between classes (food not included)!

FULL-DAY REGISTRATION: In ACTIVE, find your desired class by date, the AM and PM sessions must be added separately. You will have the chance to choose “supervised lunch” under session options for the PM session.

After-school art classes are listed here.

Registration & Cancellations
Full tuition is due upon registration. Cancellations received 14 or more days prior to the first day of class are eligible for a full refund less a $25 processing fee. There are no refunds for cancellations received 13 or fewer days prior to the first day of class. Class transfers are subject to the same fees as cancellations. All classes are subject to minimum enrollment requirements; full refunds or credit will be issued for any class cancelled by Ah Haa.

Clothing & Breaks
All students should bring a healthy snack and beverage for a mid-class break. Those staying with Ah Haa for the full day should also bring a sack lunch to eat during a one-hour, supervised lunch break. It is suggested that children dress for a mess! We do supply aprons, however certain paints and dyes do not wash out of clothing.

Tuition Assistance
Scholarships are available! For more information, click here.