Community School of the Arts at Wheaton College

Registration & Tuition

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How to Register

To register for any CSA program, please download the General Registration Form (pdf) and submit it with a check for the registration fee to:

    Community School of the Arts
    Pierce Chapel
    501 College Avenue
    Wheaton, IL 60187

Please review our policies for more information about our programs.

How to Register for Visual Art Workshops

Visual Art Workshop registrations are due one week prior to workshop. To register, please download the General Registration Form (pdf) and submit with tuition payment to:

    Community School of the Arts
    Pierce Chapel
    501 College Avenue
    Wheaton, IL 60187

Please review our policies for more information about our programs.

Tuition

Read the full list of tuition to find out the cost of any CSA class. Tuition assistance is available for those with demonstrated need.

Save on Tuition When You Refer a Friend!

Refer a friend and receive a $25 tuition credit. Download the "Share the Arts" Referral Form (pdf) for more information on how to make your referral.

A Note About Private Lessons

For private lesson (Suzuki and Preparatory Programs) registration, we will contact you as soon as an opening is available in the requested instrument. If we cannot place you immediately due to a shortage of studio openings or specific scheduling requests, your name will be placed on a waiting list. We track our waiting lists carefully and will call you promptly when placement is available.

What Parents Are Saying About CSA

"Over the past 12 years, our family had a great experience with CSA. Neither parent played an instrument so we weren’t sure what betterment to expect for our time and money investment. We now realize that the benefits are too numerous to count. Besides a love for music, we saw gains in our children’s memorization, attention to detail, problem-solving, quick calculation ability, and expert motor skills. But the single best advancement was a new, perceptible self-confidence, a benefit that that we had never considered."  CSA Parent

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