The Journey

Special Edition for January 19, 2021

Registration NOW OPEN!

Get ready to Color Your Summer! Trollwood Performing Arts School is excited to welcome students back to the stage with 2021 summer courses. 2020 was a difficult year for those who are passionate about performing arts. Many classes and performances were canceled due to COVID-19. Upcoming summer classes will help students rekindle their affection for the arts, boost their creativity, and pave the way for their future, whether they aspire to pursue a career in the arts or any other professional opportunities.

Trollwood is pleased to offer arts education that will keep students, instructors, and their families safe. This year, middle school and high school classes will be held in a unique and reimagined format with extended blocks for various performing arts concentrations. These programs and all others, including elementary programming and numerous performance opportunities, will allow for a focused and immersive experience while reducing the potential spread of COVID-19. Trollwood will utilize the outdoors, the ample space provided at Bluestem Center for the Arts, and other locations throughout the metropolitan area, while adhering to strict health and safety guidelines. Students will connect, learn, and have fun with their friends and favorite faculty/artistic teams.


Summer Course Options

Trollwood Performing Arts School offers programming for youth in grades ranging between kindergarten and graduated seniors from 2020 and 2021. Click on the programs below to learn more about curriculum and scheduling.

Elementary School

Middle School

High School

Click here for the full programming brochure!

The People - The Experience - The Lessons

Trollwood Performing Arts School offers students training and opportunities that are hard to find elsewhere. From the people to the experience to the lessons, kids and teens will enjoy every moment of their summer at Trollwood! Watch the video below to learn more about what other students have to say about their experiences.
Trollwood - Go for It!

Virtual Open Houses

Please join us for a virtual open house to learn more and ask additional questions about programming and the Trollwood experience. Open houses will be available by grade level. More details including links to the virtual meetings will be posted the week prior on our social media sites and our website.

What: Elementary School Virtual Open House

When: February 2 at 5:30 p.m.

What: High School Virtual Open House

When: February 2 at 7:00 p.m.

What: Middle School Virtual Open House

When: February 4 at 5:30 p.m.

Financial Aid & Scholarships

Trollwood Performing Arts School offers a variety of scholarships and financial aid options. Our desire is that any young person who wishes to participate in Trollwood programs is able to do so.

CLICK HERE for more information about scholarships and financial aid opportunities.

Trollwood FAQ

If you have questions about how Trollwood operates or the changes to 2021 programming, please view some of our frequently asked questions. Details including grade requirements, prerequisites, auditions, and much more are listed. Click here to access the FAQ document.

About Trollwood Performing Arts School

Trollwood Performing Arts School, located at the Bluestem Center for the Arts in Moorhead, is an entity of Fargo Public Schools. The mission is to inspire those we serve through the arts to realize their full potential and be a positive influence in the global community. Click here to learn more about the award-winning programming.
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Fargo Public Schools - The Journey

This is a special edition of the Fargo Public Schools newsletter that is published weekly on Thursdays during the school year when classes are in session. Material for publication is due by Noon on Tuesday of the week of desired publication.