Did you know that students who study art are 4 times more likely to be recognized for academic achievement? Those same students are 3 times more likely to be awarded for school attendance.

Federal funding for the arts and humanities rolls in around $250 million a year, while the National Science Foundation is funded around the $5 billion mark.

We know that arts education can positively impact overall student achievement, improve critical thinking skills and prepare students to succeed in the workforce. Students in all Union County elementary, middle and high schools receive cultural arts programs that enhance North Carolina curriculum guidelines and serve students by promoting character and moral development, creative thinking, fluency and provide tools and strategies that help contribute to a lifetime of interpersonal skills. The Union County Community Arts Council is proud to come alongside our educators to provide programs and services in 56 schools throughout Union County during normal school hours.

Students in all Union County elementary, middle and high schools receive cultural arts programs that enhance North Carolina curriculum guidelines and serve students by promoting character and moral development, creative thinking, fluency and provide tools and strategies that help contribute to a lifetime of interpersonal skills.

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