- Friday School - Combination of both College and Foundational Studies
Time: 9am - 3:15pm
Age Range: 9yrs old - 17yrs old (Foundational Studies); 18yrs & Up (College)
Fall Term: September - January
Spring Term: February - May
An Art Exhibit and Revue will take place at the end of every term. This is a great opportunity for the students to show their best work that they've worked so hard on all term long. There is a People's Choice vote at every exhibit where family and friends can vote on their favorite artwork in numerous categories. Be sure to check the newsletter for details on our End-of-term Exhibit and Revue.
**MSOA reserves the right to use any and all artwork created at our school for advertising material to promote our school and also for publication on our website.
Spring 2020 Pre-Registration - now open!
Reason #1: When you pre-register and fill out the Wish List form, you help us set the schedule for Spring Term. This means the classes you want to see most are more likely to be on the schedule!
Reason #2: Pre-registered students get to enroll in classes first. By pre-registering you are much more likely to get into classes that fill up fast!
How to register:
1. Click the link below to fill out your Registration Forms.
2. Mail your registration payment to secure your spot. Your registration is NOT COMPLETE until payment is received. Be sure to include the student's name and "Spring Term" on the memo line.
3. The Class Enrollment link will be sent out in January
4. After you enroll in classes, a schedule confirmation will be sent once your class choices are approved.
5. Pay your supply fee and February tuition on January 20th, 2020
6. Attend Orientation in early February (date TBD)
7. Come to classes starting Friday, February 7th!
If your family needs a scholarship to attend MSOA please review our Scholarship Guidelines/Qualifications then download, print, fill out and mail the scholarship application.
Scholarship Application - please mail application to P.O. Box 82/Clackamas, OR 97015
Scholarship Guidelines/Qualifications - briefly defines our guidelines to qualify for a scholarship and what we expect.
Scholarships:A limited amount of scholarships are available every term. Students must RE-APPLY every term for a scholarship. The MSOA school board will make final decisions regarding acceptance. We expect all scholarship families to participate in our fundraisers every term. Our fundraisers is what provides us the opportunity to offer scholarships
Tuition Costs and Fees
Tuition: (new tuition costs beginning our Fall 2018 term)
Tuition is paid monthly for all full-time and part-time students. For full time students, coming 3-5 classes, tuition is $155/month. If you come 1-2 classes a week, you are considered part-time. For students taking 1 class a week, tuition is $55/month; for students taking 2 classes a week, tuition is $105/month.
We offer a 20% sibling discount. The costs of 2 full-time siblings will be $279/month; the cost for 3 siblings will be $403/month; etc..
Discounts are only available to those who come the full day (or at least 3 classes).
A $35 non-refundable Registration Fee is due at the beginning of every term or $60 for our Yearly Registration Fee due at the beginning of the Fall term.
All students enrolling in Masters School of Art must pay the registration and supply fees. This includes Foundational Studies, College and Scholarship students.
A basic supply fee is due once at the beginning of every term for all students and must be paid with first month's tuition. This fee helps to cover the cost of the supplies provided by the school.
Basic Supply Fee List - this is a list that shows some of what the basic supply fee helps cover.
There may be additional supplies you will need to purchase for certain classes. See individual class descriptions for details. www.msoaonline.com/classdescriptions
$45 Supply Fee - For students coming 2 days a week, full-time
$35 Supply Fee - Full-time students coming one day a week only (3-5 classes)
$25 Supply Fee - Student taking 2 classes a week only
$15 Supply Fee - Students taking 1 class a week