Community Partners

Our Partners

 

Part of our mission is community outreach. We strive to integrate our students into our local community. Below is a list of our community partners past and present.

Academy of Performing Arts - 30 years as a vibrant arts institution. In addition to great performances at the Playhouse, they offer year round instruction in dance, music and theatre for all ages with unique opportunities for performance in a variety of productions. Outreach programs continue to provide area schools with residencies, workshops, and assemblies to help promote the integration of the arts throughout the school curriculum.

Partnerships - classes & plays (students acting in) & venue hosting

Big and Small Puppetworks - Creating new works that uplift the human spirit, celebrate community,and draw on historical, cultural, and environmental themes through music, movement, and mask.

Partnerships - Two Old WomenMissa Gaia

Calmer Choice - Envisions a world in which young people lead lives of kindness and compassion towards themselves and others.

Cape Cod Five Cents Savings Bank

Cape Cod Museum of Natural History was founded in 1954, with a mission to encourage and advance understanding of our natural environment through discovery and learning.

Partnerships - The Sylvia Howe Thompson Pilot Project, the BioBlitz, many visits to the museum like this, the marine plankton exhibitSeminars, Pleasant Bay Water Quality Study...

Cape Museum of Art - Collecting conserve, study, interpret and exhibit works by outstanding artists associated with Cape Cod and the Islands. Through its programs, the museum seeks to preserve the artistic heritage of the area and to foster artistic and cultural growth within the individual and the community.

Partnerships - Art classes to the museum like this, and thisSeminars...

Cape Repertory Theatre

Partnerships - Use of their theatre and frequent use of their fields for physical education...

Center for Coastal Studies was founded in 1976 as an independent, nonprofit institution dedicated to research, conservation, and public education for the coastal and marine environments. Located in Provincetown, Massachusetts, on the tip of Cape Cod, in the midst of a variety of fragile habitats, the Center has become internationally known for its progressive and innovative programs and scientific research.

Partnerships - Presentations, whale watches...

Friends of Pleasant Bay have assisted students to monitor water for the Orleans Nutrient Loading Project with the Orleans Marine Water Quality Task Force.

Partnerships - Marine plankton exhibit, codium study...

Massachusetts Audubon Society's Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary is located on Cape Cod, in South Wellfleet, Massachusetts, the Wellfleet Bay Wildlife Sanctuary protects 1,000 acres of pine/oak woodlands, salt marsh and tidal flats, coastal heathlands and sandplain grasslands, and fresh water and brackish water ponds.

Orleans Council on Aging  is a human service organization which provides information, services, and programs for all of our senior citizens (age 60 and over). A goal of the COA is to help our seniors make informed choices about their health and safety.

Partnerships - Confronting and transcending ageism; numerous seminars

Provincetown Art Association and Museum - Promoting and cultivate the practice and appreciation of all branches of the fine arts, to assemble and maintain in the town of Provincetown and environs a collection of works of art of merit, to hold exhibitions, and by forums, concerts and similar activities to promote education of the public in the arts and social intercourse between artists and laymen.

Partnerships - Seminars; curated exhibit

WOMR - Operates a nonprofit, non-commercial educational radio station in Provincetown for the benefit of the residents of and visitors to Cape Cod; to provide a broadcast service to the Cape which is entertaining, informative and educational; to encourage participation by members of Cape communities in the management of the station and in the production of radio programs; to provide an outlet for Cape codders to present educational, artistic and informative programs; to provide air time and facilities to community members and groups; to provide program coverage of local news, educational and social events; to present cultural and ethnic programs to the local audience and to present instructional programming related to marine life and conservation interests