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School House 4
"We can see in our historical conquest, how educational needs arose, were solved for the time...only to see the times change once again. Sometimes schools tried to resist change. When they did, their need disappeared and they tended to oblivion as the mainstream of American life moved inexorably onward."
-- William J. Holston - Founder, Pensacola Private School of Liberal Arts.
School House 4 Reimagining Education is a 501 c(3) non-profit providing programs for deeper life-long learning with diverse, intergenerational community building. We are committed to furthering research and education on sustainable solutions for those facing social inequities, environmental injustices and climate change in the deep south along the Gulf coast.
Our mission is to inspire and build inclusive learning communities through arts, entertainment, and educational programming.
Programs and Events
Our programs explore social justice and environmental issues through art exhibits, field trips, community events and workshops.
Our 2020 programming features our Artist-in-Residence, Sean Linezo in a series of online workshops, film screenings and panel discussions in collaboration with Pensacola Museum of Art, Seminole Tribe of Florida and 309 Punk Museum Project.
Check our calendar for more information.
School House 4 Reimagining Education, SH4RE is a partner in education with the Pensacola Private School of Liberal Arts.
The Pensacola Private School of Liberal Arts (SoLA) is a nonsectarian, college preparatory middle and high school. SoLA offers a broad and engaging curriculum designed to provide a strong foundation for academic excellence, develop the potential of students, and cultivate independent thinkers while encouraging creativity, integrity, and balance.
School House 4 Reimagining Education shall not discriminate in admissions and hiring practices in violation of the law including race, color, citizenship status, national origin, ancestry, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, age, weight, religion, creed, physical or mental disability, marital status, veteran status, political affiliation.