Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) serves the local community by offering accessible performance opportunities, as well as arts and academic classes, during non-school hours. These programs provide community members with little accessibility to the arts with an opportunity to explore enriching experiences that help remove boundaries, broaden horizons, and instill a lifelong passion for the arts.
CSArts Academy offers extracurricular arts and academic training to aspiring student artists in a variety of disciplines. Students can participate in person at OCSA or can study from the comfort of their own homes by taking virtual classes.
The Camp OCSA Scholarship Program allows students in grades 4-6 who live or attend school in Santa Ana to participate for FREE in the unique extracurricular arts classes available through CSArts Academy at OCSA. CSArts Academy classes are taught by OCSA’s renowned faculty and are offered in a wide variety of arts disciplines.
This program provides free artistic performances and programs for underserved/underrepresented individuals in various Orange County community venues, such as youth centers, schools, nursing and retirement facilities, health centers, parks, and community agencies. Soloists, ensembles, and performance groups present concerts/performances of approximately 25-40 minutes in length. These performances often include interaction with the audience and discussion about technique, musical motifs, or other pertinent information. OCSA is grateful for the generous support of the Max H. Gluck Foundation.