We’re not only pioneering this incredible art form, we’re serving the community with our outreach programs. In addition to free or low-cost discussion-demonstrations for school kids, we have two classes specifically geared to youth in our community.
Kids Who Fly
Kids Who Fly builds healthy risk-taking behaviors, works constructively on self-esteem issues, and helps youth experience the unique joy of artistic expression through attending fabric and low-flying trapeze classes designed specifically for youth-at-risk. Students benefit from increased strength and confidence; better body image; broader and more appropriate concepts of physical beauty; reduced stress and improved coping through creative expression; improvement in brain function for kids with certain learning disabilities; and the flat-out delight and freedom of flying. Since the program’s inception, we have served over 3,650 youth in our community.
—Counselor, Alternative Homes for Youth
“I felt free for a moment and I forgot about all my problems and thought about taking advantage of opportunities that life gives me and value them.”
—Kids Who Fly student
Please help us provide scholarships and programming to Youth-at-Risk
- Boulder Prep High School
- New Vista High School
- Beach Court Elementary
- Kunsmiller Creative Arts Academy
Organizations served in our studio:
- IHAD ( I have a Dream )
- Safehouse Progressive Alliance for Non Violence
- September School
- Natural Highs
- Buckley Military Academy
- YOAB (Youth Opportunities Advisory Board)
- Project Yes
- Weld High School Athletic Department
- Cherry Creek Challenge School
- The Aspen Dreamers
- The Rocky Mountain Dreamers
- The Phoenix Dreamers
- The Carbon Dreamers
- The Oak Dreamers
**To book a workshop for your school or group, contact Education Director, Alysha Perrin – firstname.lastname@example.org.
Aerial Sci-Arts: Experiencing Physics with the Low-Flying Trapeze
This class is for high school physics and math students, and their teachers, for a hands-on experience with low-flying trapezes to explore the physics, geometry, and mathematical principles inherent in the trapeze. Proven to stimulate understanding and excitement in students.