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The Power of Art Clients:

The Power of Art II for At Risk Elementary K-5 Students has been piloted at Banner Lake B.L.A.S.T. Club in Hobe Sound for elementary school students from 2016 to present.  ​Elise and Chris Regan (Chris is the Area Director for Treasure Coast of Fellowship of Christian Athletes)

Lisa Dames, President of Banner Lake B.L.A.S.T.:

“The program that Visionary School of Arts has implemented at Banner Lake since 2012 had been our most successful program at B.L.A.S.T. with tremendous results. Adding the Power of Art for our children has created a new paradigm, giving them self, esteem, empowering their choices, dealing with negativity, overcoming problems and lasting vision for their future. I can’t say enough about how this program has opened up their talents in fine art and at the same time, has given our elementary children leadership qualities and tools for success!”

Home School Family Elise and Chris Regan, South Florida Director of Fellowship of Christian Athletes:

​"The online course my boys are taking from The Power of Art through Visionary School of Arts has significantly enriched our home school experience! Honestly, it's a great program for kids to use after school even if they are not home-schooled. You can go at your own pace, and take the class in the convenience of your own home or co-op program. the instruction is impeccable and the character lessons included are inspiring. My boys have been encouraged and surprised by their art work-it is building confidence in their creative abilities! I can't thank Lynne enough for her instruction! She is a great teacher!"



Chessa Zanfini, Intervention Specialist grades 9-12, Martin County High School teacher and Honors teacher:

“As a high school teacher for the past 17 years, I have witnessed my students battle great amounts of stress, trauma, and everyday pressures thus compounded with the fact that they have not been taught coping skills in which to handle these growing problems. Students often internalize their struggles, eventually coming to a boiling point thus affecting their academics, social life, and most certainly their self-esteem. Through the Power of Art, I have witnessed a transformation in many students’ ability to find self-worth and purpose. The life skills, motivational self-assertiveness and self-determination that students are able to build through this training not only affect their successes in the academic setting but in their personal lives as well. It was truly eye-opening to see students who are shadowed with insecurity and uncertainty blossom into individuals who found their worth and voice! My students who excel on their Honors courses also experienced improvement. The Power of Art facilitated the growth both mentally and emotionally, allowing students to successfully find their worth and inner peace. "We have seen improvement in attitude, focused attention, communication and more, due to the Power of Art pilot program at Martin County High School over spring of 2018 during the 9-week course with seventy-five AVID high school students. Students discovered their hidden ability to draw with excellence and some went on to pursue art or use their art to become creative and motivated in other areas of their career and pursuit of higher education. It was the most popular AVID program, and students expressed life changes with empowered decisions for their future.”Teachers conducted online google student surveys to see an increase of 10%-20% improvement overall in each category. 76 students were surveyed at the end of the course and 76 positive comments came back. There were no blank or negative comments, and many said it changed their lives for good.”

Mackenzie Komora, AVID Elective & Honors Biology, Grades 9-12

“My students participated in the Power of Art Series the last semester of 2018. The changes that I witnessed were in improvements their morale, confidence, and overall grades. It was outstanding! As they learned to utilize the right side of their brain during the art lessons, the result exceeded my expectations. Even as they have returned this year, I still see a positive shift in their personal and academic performance.”  

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