Latino Arts Program

Latino Arts Program

Are you Latino and want a career in the arts but don’t know where to start? Try these programs!

Latino Arts is a program that was created to provide a better understanding of the Latino culture and how to integrate it into the artistic world. This is a two-year program that covers both the arts and business side of the life with many opportunities for volunteer work and study abroad.

The Spanish program includes:

English as a second language (ESL)

Reading and writing

Math and science

The Spanish language courses start in 9th grade and students will graduate with a 2.5 GED. By the end of the program, you can expect to have a 3.0 GPA with very advanced courses in Spanish.

There are two parts of the program:

The program is open to 9th grade students. This is the Spanish program for the elementary and middle school students.

The program is open to high school students. This is the Spanish program for the high school students who have already graduated from high school.

The program is offered at the elementary and middle schools serving the Hispanic population in New York City as well as at the high schools of Dominican Republic.

The program is open to both males and females.

The program is designed to provide an introduction into the culture and language of a culturally diverse nation and to provide the tools to integrate it into the world of the arts. Because of this, students who enroll in the program are able to gain the skills necessary to excel in the world of the arts without taking Latin courses.

Our courses focus on both the written and spoken parts of the language which is both practical and beneficial for both the students and those who come to visit.

If you are interested in becoming a teacher or a tour guide, this program is for you.

For many Latinos, becoming a teacher is a dream that could become a reality in the future. Teachers are the backbone of education in the USA. Although there are some talented Latinos who have excelled in this field, there are still many untapped Latino teachers who come from a Latino background who are in search for a way to make a good career out of their

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