STUDENTS & TEACHERS
Saint Louis Art Museum student and teacher programs support classroom practices through experience-based, interdisciplinary learning in the galleries. Museum experiences align with curricula, enabling both students and teachers to think creatively, culturally, socially, and scientifically. With an infinite variety of associations that can be made to the curriculum through tours, programs, and other activities, Teacher and Student Learning has something for everyone.
Sunken Cities School Group Tours Extended Hours
Visit Sunken Cities: Egypt’s Lost Worlds
during early morning hours designated especially for schools. Student groups are invited to attend the exhibition prior to public hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays April 3-26, May 1-31, and September 4-6, 2018. These early morning tours will begin at 9:00, 9:15, 9:30 and 9:45 am. Group reservations are required a minimum of four weeks in advance for docent-led or self-guided exhibition tours
. School group ticket prices are $1 per student, with one complimentary adult admission for a chaperone per every ten students. To qualify for educational pricing, groups must consist of at least 10 students.
While schools are strongly encouraged to take advantage of these exclusive early morning access hours, docent- or self-guided visits may also be requested between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm using the online tour request form
Professional development programs for teachers explore core curriculum connections through arts integration. This approach reflects the Museum’s increased focus on accessing the visual arts through multiple intelligences, inter- and intrapersonal relationships, and cross-disciplinary approaches to learning and teaching.
Learn about all of our Teacher Programs
Saint Louis Art Museum student programs seek to engage students (and their teachers) through active participation and interdisciplinary learning in the Museum. From classes looking for an introduction to the collection, to those looking for a more intensive experience, we have programs that allow students to explore the collection in a number of ways. Learn about all of our Student Programs