A bevy of artistic options and teachers fluent in their craft define Rembrandt All You Can Art. Regardless of skill level, students are encouraged to unleash their artistic talents onto canvases, creating whimsical sailboats or treasure maps that lead neighbors to the spot where their borrowed power tools are buried. Available for classes and private parties, the painting emporium also transports its wares to events aboard its Rembrandt Roadshow van, bringing the painting parties directly to the revelers.
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The instructors at Creations Bayou, formerly known as Sadie’s Closet, encourage students to let their artistic instincts run wild during painting classes, sewing classes, and children's summer camps. In a flurry of brushstrokes, aspiring Claude Monets create their own interpretations of reference pieces, painting wall-worthy pictures depicting lovebirds on a tree branch, multicolored sunsets, and blossoming foliage. During camp sessions, youngsters take on a different artistic endeavor each day, tie-dyeing pillowcases, constructing picture frames, or spelling out their favorite Supreme Court Justice’s name in glitter. Creations Bayou also regularly hosts art-themed parties for both kids and adults.
A 98% improvement in math skills and understanding. An 89% improvement in attitudes toward math. These are just two of the many positive statistics reported at Mathnasium. The reason for such positive results? A method that includes a thorough evaluation of what each student knows in order to tailor an individualized tutoring plan to their specific needs. Tutors work one-on-one with students to boost their skills and confidence, employing both written and mental math material during lessons. This hard work pays off on report cards, test scores, and any time someone needs to quickly calculate how much it'll cost to replace Mom's favorite vase.
Jay Pearson’s expertise may lie in diplomatic protocol (which he learned during his 14 years at The Foreign Service Institute in D.C.), but his passions lie with children’s and corporate etiquette. That’s why he and his staff welcome students of all ages to polish their performance in various social situations at the only school of it's kind in Mississippi. For example, their adult programs teach workplace leaders how to communicate. Whereas kids’ programs relay everything from the basics of saying hello to interviewing dos and don’ts.