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FAQs

What is Santa Barbara Creative Education?

D'Arezzo Creative Education developed Santa Barbara Creative Education as a Center for Creative Education and Expression. It is designed as an Academic Tutoring and Enrichment Activities Center to inspire creativity within each individual, and the synergy of groups working together, creating an environment where the fabric of the inner being, woven with natural talents, gifts and applied knowledge - empowers new innovations.

Who is this program for?

Home School, Public School and Independent Study Students / After School Students

Learning Coaches guide students with their academics, electives, and individual and group projects. Students are able to use the center's resources individually and collaborate with each other. The center also provides a place where Students are able to socialize together.

Who is Guido D'Arezzo?

Guido D'Arezzo was an Italian medieval music theorist of the 11th century, whose approach to music teaching has shaped music learning for several centuries, especially in the aspect of music notation and theory. Born c. 990, —died 1050, Guido D'Arezzo's principles served as a foundation for modern Western musical notation. He first improved and reworked standard notation to be more user-friendly by adding time signatures. Then he invented solfege. This is the vocal note scale: do, re, mi, fa, so, la, ti, do. Founder Joseph Natale is said to be a descendant of Guido D'Arezzo. Santa Barbara Creative Education follows the style and theme of innovative creativity in its approach to learning.

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