•  Newton D. Baker School of Arts in West Park a National Blue Ribbon School
                                                      a premier testament to its quality.
                                                                                                              
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    Arts-infused education is not the teaching of art.  It is using the arts to teach core subject areas.  It is a methodology wherein teachers use all of the arts; visual, drama, technology, music and movement to effectively touch all of the multiple intelligences in teaching reading, math, science, etc.  The arts are a transformative tool for engaging all learners. 
     
    Arts-infused education improves educational achievement, creates innovative models for teaching and learning, and promotes the systemic integration of the arts into the core curriculum.  Incorporating the arts into the curriculum allows children to have a better opportunity to flourish when it comes to academic achievement.

    We have been published in numerous educational resources as well as being a model examined and explored in Third Space: When Learning Matters.  Our success has been illustrated through strong test scores, acknowledged by numerous, local, state and national awards.  


                                                                Call for a tour of our newly renovated arts campus. 216.252.2131
     
    Our students participate in the following:
    • Chess Club (Grades 3-8)
    • Free all day Preschool
    • Art Club
    • Yoga/Dance
    • Band
    • Thespian Troupe
    • Boys/Girl Basketball (Grades 7-8)
    • Cheerleading (Grades 6-8)

     
    Community Partners:
    • Eaton Corporation
    • Red Seal Electric
    • Kamm’s Corner Development Corporation
    • Centers for Arts-Inspired Learning
    • Councilman Martin Keane