Local Summer Art Courses - Summer at Rivermont - 1st-8th Grade Students

Full Scholarships Available for Low Income Students - Enroll Now!


Thanks to a generous grant from the Quad City Arts Arts Dollar$ program, Rivermont Collegiate is able to waive tuition for Summer at Rivermont art courses for low income students.  


For complete details, scholarship eligibility, and to enroll, visitwww.RivermontCollegiate.org or pick up an application at Rivermont Collegiate - 1821 Sunset Drive, Bettendorf, IA 52722.

Summer at Rivermont enrichment courses are open to the entire Quad City community and held on the Rivermont Collegiate campus in Bettendorf. There is a limited amount of grant money and courses will be filled on a first come, first served basis. Though Summer at Rivermont offers courses in a variety of subjects, these scholarships are only applicable to art courses.

Art courses offered include:

Digital Photo Phrenzy (4th-8th grade, June 30-July 3)

Mythical Clay Creatures (1st-3rd grade, July 7-18)

Amazing Architecture in Clay (4th-6th grade, July 7-18)

Screen Printing Extravaganza (3rd-8th grade, July 21-25)

Mural Masters (5th-8th grade, July 28-August 1)

These scholarships are supported with Quad City Arts Dollar$ funds, provided by Hubbell-Waterman Foundation, the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency, the Doris and Victor Day Foundation, and Deere & Company.

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