Center for the Creative Arts, Inc.

P O Box 146  
Yorklyn,  DE,  19736
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The Center for the Creative Arts (CCArts) offers classes in all the fine and performing arts to the community of Hockessin and Yorklyn and serves a diverse constituency ranging in age from 4 years old to senior citizens. Its mission of enriching lives through the arts is as viable today as it was 30 years ago. In addition to regular classes during the school year, CCArts offers its unique Summer Arts to Grow On (SAGO) camp for over 1,500 young people. It has also established two specific programs in an effort to meet the demands of two growing populations - home-school arts enrichment; and peer group arts development for young people special needs. Enrollment on-site in all arts disciplines is over 500 and the students are taught by 70+ faculty members. The CCArts facility is currently being renovated, and will begin an expansion following a capital campaign scheduled to begin in mid-2004.

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