Corelli Art and Forest School

3-6 year old Nature Art 

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Registration is now open!

Class Options

Mon/Wed/Fri: 9:00am-12:00pm: Ages 3-6 years old: 2021-2022: Spots available!

Mon/Wed: 9:00am-12:00pm: Ages 3-6 years old: 2021-2022: Spots available!

Tue/Thurs: 9:00am-12:00pm: Ages 3-6 years old: 2021-2022: Spots available!

1 day a week: 9:00am-12:00pm: Ages 3-6 years old: 2021-2022: Spots available! Preference given to 2-3 day a week students.

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Instructors

Elli McNall and Corey Pope

Contact Information:

Elli: 803-403-6714

Corey: 803-873-1871

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Tuition 

Tuition can be paid monthly, by semester, or yearly. You may pay in person with cash/check made out to Corelli Art Studio. You may also pay online, a 5% fee will be added for online purchases to cover e-commerce fees. 

We have just instituted a new Scholarship/Tuition Assistance program. Check out the link below for more information!

1 Day a Week

Monthly: $160

Semester: $790

Yearly: $1550

2 Days a Week

Monthly: $300

Semester: $1480

Yearly: $2920

3 Days a Week

Monthly: $440

Semester: $2160

Yearly: $4300

Daily Schedule

We allow the children the freedom to play and direct their time as often as possible. We do utilize a schedule for a sense of continuity day to day.

9:00 am - Parent drop-off and free play

9:15 am- Free drawing

9:45 am - Art Project 1 then free play

10:15 am - Snack time

10:45 am - Prepare for walk

11:00 am - Nature walk

11:30 am - Project 2 then free play

12:00 pm - Parent pick-up

Calendar

Our calendar is loosely based off the Knox County School Calendar.  We will have class 10 months out of the year with June and July off. We will have breaks throughout the year for Fall Break, Thanksgiving, Winter Break, Spring Break and more. Because we want the children to experience the full range of seasons and weather types, we will not always call off for bad weather. We will update parents on inclement weather days.

Fall Semester

August

  2-6     Teacher In-Service - No School

  9-13    Week 1 Introduction (Tuition Due)

  16-20  Week 2 All About Me

  23-27  Week 3 Dot

  30-31  Week 4 Line

September

  1-3     Week 4 Line (Tuition Due)

  6       Labor Day - No School

  7-10   Week 5 Shape

  13-17  Week 6 Color

  20-24 Week 7 Texture

  27-30 Week 8 Senses

October

  1       Week 8 Senses (Tuition Due)

  4-8    Week 9 Feeling

  11-15  Fall Break - No School

  18-22  Week 10 Fall

  25-29 Week 11 Land

November

  2 Staff Development Day - No School

  1, 3-5  Week 12 Water (Tuition Due)

  8-12   Week 13 Plants

  15-19  Week 14 Insects

  22-23 Week 15 Animals

  24-26 Thanksgiving Break - No School

  29-30 Week 16 Friends and Family

December

  1-3      Week 16 Friends and Family (Tuition Due)

  6-10  Week 17 Space

  13-17 Week 18 Big Picture

  20-31 Winter Break - No School

Spring Semester

January

  3       Winter Break - No School

  4-7    Week 1 Introduction (Tuition Due)

  10-14  Week 2 All About Me

  17      Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - No School

  18-21  Week 3 Dot

  24-28 No School - Extra Winter Break

  31      Week 4 Line

February

  1-4     Week 4 Line (Tuition Due)

  7-11    Week 5 Shape

  14-18   Week 6 Color

  21       Staff Development Day - No School

  22-25  Week 7 Texture

  28       Week 8 Senses

March

  1-4      Week 8 Senses (Tuition Due)

  7-11     Week 9 Feeling

  14-18   Spring Break - No School

  21-25   Week 10 Land

  28-31   Week 11 Water

April

  1         Week 11 Water (Tuition Due)

  4-8      Week 12 Plants

  11-14    Week 13 Insects

  15-18   Holiday - No School

  19-22   Week 14 Animals

  25-29   Week 15 Friends and Family

May

  2-6      Week 16 Space (Tuition Due)

  9-13     Week 17 Summer

  16-20   Week 18 Big Picture

  23-25   Week 19 Wrap Up

Physical Requirements

Children should be able to show respect towards nature, other children and their teachers and be able to communicate effectively. Children must be in the toilet training process to attend.

Clothing Requirements

Appropriate clothing for forest school is CRITICAL to the success of the program. “There is no such thing as bad weather, only unsuitable clothing.” Clothing guidelines are available in the parent handbook.