Where learning can be fun and profitable!
At Davidson School of Arts & Crafts we are project-based. Being project-based allows a student to miss some time at the school if life gets in the way, then we just roll over your time so that you get what you paid for. This is especially helpful for those who are serving our country on active duty or in the reserves. At times a service man or woman will be required to go as long as 8 months or more out of the country. The way our program is set up, you will be able to come back to school and start where you left off or jump onto one of the new projects. Since we will have more than one project station working at a time, you won’t ever fall behind.
Being project-based allows you to make works-of-art that you as a student can use in your own shop for a display and as a sales tool to take to a potential clients’ business. This will enable you to show a client or potential employer your actual work. From our viewpoint, this is much better than just obtaining a piece of paper stating you attended our school.
If you are having trouble completing a project, we will work with you until you accomplish the goal we have set for you. Here, we feel it is our job to help you find the approach that works for you. Some times it is as simple as looking at the problem from a different angle, or you may just need more practice. Either way, we are on your side here at Davidson School of Arts & Crafts and want you to succeed in your endeavors.
We support our troops! That is why at Davidson School of Arts and Crafts we offer ALL our military personal and dependents an extensive discount. Standard rates would be $15,000 for the the 2 year program. For Military we offer this same education for only $12,000!!!!
“When I got out of the Marine Corps. I could either kill people or clean their house. Neither of those jobs appealed to me. It sure would have been nice to have an opportunity like this readily available to me so when I left the Military I had a plan for the future past my time in the corps.” – Steve Davidson