MUSE Global School will be open for in-person learning this fall for Early Childhood Education through fifth-grade students, school officials announced Tuesday.
“Welcoming students back on campus this fall is exciting to both students and faculty. The magic of a MUSE education is unparalleled when you mix our highly trained teachers with students’ enthusiasm and passions,” said Suzanne McClure, MUSE Global School director.
The Calabasas school was founded in 2006 by Suzy Cameron, her husband, “Titanic” filmmaker James Cameron, and her sister, Rebecca Amis. Located in the Santa Monica Mountains, the 22-acre campus has been described as the first vegan K-12 school in the country.
Students engage in a full schedule of weekly specialist classes, with time to explore their passions and interests, according to school officials. The school’s ECE program is for children 2 years and 3 months through 5 years of age.
Last year, school officials announced MUSE Virtual — a holistic online learning platform for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
MUSE Global School is accepting enrollment applications for fall 2021 at www.museglobalschoolca.com.