Created by one man with the goal of giving his kids a sense of purpose, the Creative Galaxy Academy aims to create an educational and creative utopia where everyone is welcome and empowered.
The program, created by two individuals, aims to empower children and teach them the skills they need to pursue their dreams and pursue their creative aspirations.
The Creative Galaxy program is open to children from grades K-12 and has been approved by the U.S. Department of Education.
Creative Galaxy is a partnership between the Creative Alliance, the Creativity Academy, and the National Alliance on Digital Education (NADEE).
The program is comprised of two elements: 1) Creative Galaxy, a school where students learn how to make their own digital costumes; and 2) the Creative Antonym program, which teaches the students how to create digital costumes for NADEE.
Students receive creative projects and an online portfolio and the program encourages creativity and creative expression.
The Creative Anonym program will teach students how they can create their own costumes for a variety of creative projects.
Creative Academy, Inc. was created in 2016 to address the needs of parents and children of color in the U, and aims to offer a diverse curriculum for students of color.
The Creative Alliance is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit educational organization dedicated to making sure all students have access to an educational experience that is inclusive and accessible to all students.
The Alliance also offers support for community, economic and racial justice initiatives in the United States.
In addition to the Creative Academy, creative academies.org, a website created by creativespace.org to track and share all Creative Academy activity, also has a link to the site.
This link was not updated for over a year.
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