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All classes held at the California Theatre of the Performing Arts 

562 West 4th Street San Bernardino CA 92401

Class times Monday and Tuesday's 8:00-12:00 or 6:00-10:00 PM

Classes begin November 2019 call now to enroll (909) 885-8263

California College of the Arts and its branch campuses is a school located in California; its mission is to provide a quality, collaborative academic environment for individuals seeking creative arts expertise. As a private, multi-satellite college, our certificated programs are incorporating traditional humanities, professional education, and management level competencies with academic structure combined with hands-on instruction. Professional faculty infused with the learning-centered methodology to prepare students for entry-level positions in the design, film, drama and technical fields as well as lifelong learning.

 

California College of the Arts curriculum is carefully scrutinized and developed by faculty, industry professionals, and prominent employers who provide input on the skills needed in the workplace. Faculty members continue to work professionally in the fields they are teaching, so opportunities to learn current trends in the field of their expertise, supported by technology and media, help students realize their dreams.

 

 

 

 

 

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The Right Choice for the Future

California College of the Arts is a professional, private vocational school that trains individuals into becoming efficient, capable filmmakers, actors, directors, and business professionals. CCA is dedicated to providing quality, entry-level vocational training in a relatively short period. Our industry-focused courses and curricula are designed to properly train and educate students interested in the Visual and Performing Arts.

Our Philosophy

California College of Arts is dedicated to provide quality, entry level vocational training in a relatively short amount of time at an affordable cost. The industry focused courses and curriculum are geared to close the employment skills gap between our graduates and the Visual and Performing Arts jobs for which they are trained. California College of Art endeavors to train and place competent persons.  In addition, California College of Art assumes responsibility for each of our students by using practical teaching techniques, equipment commonly used in the field, industry focused curriculum, and experienced, qualified faculty to develop the skills and job responsibility of our students.

 
We Teach

At the heart of the educational experience at the California College of Arts is the concept of learning-centered instruction. The classroom is a blend of theory and application where a faculty member delivers theory and then works with students as they apply that theory. Students often collaborate as members of a team on a particular project.

 

Instructors provide guidance and encouragement and model particular approaches to execute on the project and to underscore the theory in action.

We Practice

The faculty of the California College of the Arts is comprised of outstanding artists, with expertise in our fields of study. The program provides the opportunity for these accomplished artists to bring their experiences from the world of work to the classroom and to work with students as they advance their skills and knowledge. We support and encourage our faculty to continue to practice professionally and to bring that experience to the classroom.

We Grow Professionally

The California College of the Arts recognizes that it’s most important resource is the people, especially our faculty, who work at our campus. The college provides opportunity for professional development such as advanced study, regular in-service professional development,
instructional development, and executive development so that we maintain an excellent workforce that is prepared for continuing growth of our fields of study and of the organization.

Values

The California College of the Arts recognizes that it’s most important resource is the people, especially our faculty, who work at our campus. The college provides opportunity for professional development such as advanced study, regular in-service professional development,
instructional development, and executive development so that we maintain an excellent workforce that is prepared for continuing growth of our fields of study and of the organization.

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