Presentations of Learning at ARTech

Click for Larger SizeStudents at Northfield School of Arts & Technology (ARTech) will be presenting their learning to the public on Thursday, March 23rd at 7:00 pm.  Students at ARTech complete their education through an individualized program of project-based learning and seminars. Presentation nights are the students' opportunity to share what they have learned with the community. This presentation night is the fourth of five public presentations of learning for the school year.

Projects to be presented by students in grades 6-12 will include "The Life of Nikola Tesla," "Buddhism: History, Philosophy & Rituals," and "Anthropomorphic Ethnology: Comparative Psychology & the Human-Animal Connection," among many others. For more information, visit the ARTech webpage at or call 663-8806.

ARTech is now accepting applications for students in grades 6-12 for the 2006-2007 school year. For the first time in the three years of the school's existence, enrollment is at capacity. ARTech will accept applications for the coming school year and fill openings by lottery, beginning with the 6th grade lottery on April 3. This Thursday's presentation night is a great time for prospective students to come by and visit the school.