It is being said that there is a creativity crisis. Now that I'm a bit older (O.K. - old) and have time to think, I wonder more about creativity. When do modern children have time for that? When do they dream? Enjoy solitude? With the advent of more and more technology and information, the information overload just grows. Sorting it out is all consuming. What about the past and the future? I like to think of Gene Nastri School as an oasis in a desert of noise. A quiet, contemplative time and place where children can enjoy the surrounding nature and have time to wonder about it all. We are so fortunate to be located on nine gorgeous acres of forest and pasture and lawn. What might we do with this good fortune to inspire wonderment and creativity - to provide children with the opportunity to explore and integrate nature into their everyday lives. Please join us in these thoughts, won't you, and let us see what we can accomplish together.
The Gene Nastri Community School of the Arts is a member of the National Guild Community Schools of the Arts and a candidate for founder of the Carnegie Achievement Program. We offer superb instructors that take our students as far as they want to go.