Looking for a memorable field trip for your elementary or middle school? World Upside Down nonprofit partners with us to offer amazing field trips which give students the chance to dabble in music, visual arts, dance, and theater. We offer 2-hour field trips for teachers of elementary and middle school students who want to give their students an unforgettable artistic experience!
Elementary and middle school students
Pricing, Schedule, and Students
Field Trips Program
Themed Field Trips
Our field trips are themed, based on the theater show we are producing at our studio for our fall or spring seasons. Students visit three artistic stations: music, visual arts, and dance/theater to create and perform a mini-show of what they learned.
Students We Serve
We provide artistic experiences for elementary and middle school students and their teachers. A minimum of 50 students is required. We can serve up to approximately 85 students for one field trip.
We also serve homeschool groups and co-ops and can adjust the minimum of required students if groups are wiling to pay a higher price point per student.
Our facility is prepared for every kind of student. We have created a functional structure that serves as a learning space that is apt for everyone. The maximum number of guests we can host for a field trip at one time is 89.
2-Hour Field Trip
This is a sample schedule for a two-hour field trip. We can adapt and adjust this schedule as needed to create an optimal experience for both teachers and students.
9:00 AM Arrival
9:00AM – 10:30AM Students spend 30 minutes at each station: Visual
Arts, Music, and Dance/Theater
10:30AM – 10:40AM Break
10:40AM – 11:00AM Show Time
11:00 AM Departure
Pricing and Registration
A two-hour field trip is $15/student and can be booked weekdays 9:00AM-11:00AM. Dates and times can be coordinated based on the availability of our teaching team. Please email us for inquiries or to start the registration process: email@example.com
Special Ed Students
Please bring your special ed students. Our staff can partner with special ed teachers to serve students with the following disabilities:
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD)
Specific Learning Disability
Speech or Language Impairment