More than the arts…

Like reading, writing, and arithmetic, the arts are essential to education.  Music, dance, painting, and theater aid in teaching life skills; they instill the ability to solve problems and communicate, to learn new skills, to be creative and innovative, to help unlock profound human understanding, and to strive for excellence.

Policies

If you have questions regarding any of our policies, please contact us.

General

Basic general policies of our Center

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Payment

Policies regarding payment and tuition.

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Makeup

Policies regarding missing a class and how to make it up.

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Stoughton Arts Guild

This 501c3 non profit organization helps to support the objectives of the Stoughton Center for the Arts and
offers scholarships and fundraising opportunities to its students
throughout the year to assist in paying for tuition, costumes, and more.

Meet Our Faculty

Natalie Norlin
Natalie NorlinDirector
Catherine Bartels Cogil
Catherine Bartels CogilDance Department
Renae Frank
Renae Frank Dance Department
Justin McDermott
Justin McDermottDance Department
Rebecca Sykalski
Rebecca Sykalski Art Department
Robin Wohfeil
Robin WohfeilMusic Department
Coleen Kehl
Coleen KehlFounder
Stephanie Eckert
Stephanie EckertBusiness Manager
Joel Croyle
Joel CroyleMusic Department
Alex Gallatin
Alex GallatinMusic Department
Sterling Jiskra
Sterling Jiskra Dance Department
Mary-Carel Verden
Mary-Carel VerdenDrama Department
Bianca White
Bianca WhiteDance Department
Nancy Cox
Nancy CoxRetired - Music Department
We would like to thank Nancy for her many years teaching at Stoughton Center for the Arts – she will be missed!

Jeremy Kumbier
Jeremy KumbierCo-Director
Katelyn Curtin
Katelyn CurtinMusic Department
Trevor Healy
Trevor Healy Music Department
Shadoe Rupp
Shadoe RuppDance Department
Dr. John Scoville
Dr. John ScovilleMusic Department
Nathan Wysock
Nathan WysockMusic Department
Jay Lechler
Jay LechlerIn Memoriam - Music Department
In Loving Memory ~

February 9, 1982 ~ August 10, 2012