E-IFTA is still accepting student registrations. For information email EIFTA@fcps.edu. Student packets with schedules will be mailed 7-10 days before the program start.
The Elementary Institute for the Arts (E-IFTA) is a 2-week arts immersion program for students who love to sing, dance, act, perform, and create. In week one students rotate through four classes, each representing a different arts form – dance, music, theatre, and visual art. In week two they are introduced to four entirely new classes. Classes are taught in a fun and supportive environment where students are encouraged to develop their talents and skills in the arts.
|Dates & Student Hours:||
July 11 - July 22, 2016
8:30 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. (M-F)
Lake Braddock Secondary School
Bus transportation for FCPS and non-FCPS students is included in the tuition and is available from most FCPS high school locations.
Students currently in grades 3-5 who will enter grades 4-6 during the 2016-17 school year
Open to FCPS students, county residents who attend private school or are home-schooled, and non-Fairfax County students.
|Registration, Tuition & Refund:||
E-IFTA is still accepting student registrations.
For information email EIFTA@fcps.edu. Student packets with schedules will be mailed 7-10 days before the program start.
To register online, visit https://aceclasses.fcps.edu/
Students rotate through 8 classes during the 2-week program. Everyone participates in 2 classes in the areas of dance, music, theatre and visual art. Class content varies so students have a unique experience each year. Class descriptions for this summer will be posted in May.
|Extended Day Classes:||
ACE (Adult and Community Education) will be offering academically and enrichment focused week long classes at Lake Braddock Secondary from 2:30-5:30 p.m. after IFTA ends for the day. These classes are an additional cost and student pick-up at 5:30 p.m. is the responsibility of the parent. Register for these camps at the same time you register for IFTA. https://aceclasses.fcps.edu/
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"the atmosphere and the fun!"
"the whole experience."
"making new friends!"
"the people there, the teachers, the classes, the things you learn, the feeling of being accepted, the freedom of dressing and acting how you want without worrying about being judged, and just basically the whole camp."
June 6, 2016