Field Trips

2018-19 Field Trip Registration

Registration for 2018-19 field trips is now open! Stay up-to-date with field trip news, and join our email list.

 

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Act One partners with Title 1 schools in Metropolitan Phoenix and Metropolitan Tucson as well as nearby areas that have limited educational arts field trip opportunities. Act One coordinates the field trips with educators/schools/districts and the arts organizations, handling reservations and paying admission costs to the arts venues; coordinating and paying for transportation via district buses or contracted bus services; providing teaching materials to help prepare for the field trip; and providing books when they complement the field trip. Schools are responsible for a $1 program partnership fee per participant.

In the 2017-2018 school year, Act One brought more than 37,000 K-12 grade students from Title 1 schools on more than 86 performance field trips and nearly 100 museum field trips in the Phoenix and Tucson areas.

What You Need to Know

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Field Trip Process

Learn about how the field trip process works and how you can take students on an educational arts field trip.

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Field Trip FAQs

Have questions? We've got answers. Find out more about Act One Field Trips.

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Resources for Teachers

Act One provides a variety of resources that help teachers integrate the arts into their school days.

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Book Your Field Trip Today

Field trip schedule will be released in late July; registration opens Aug. 6, 2018.

2018-19 Field Trip Calendar

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Non-Title 1 Schools

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“To succeed today and in the future, America’s children will need to be inventive, resourceful, and imaginative. The best way to foster that creativity is through arts education.”

— Arne Duncan, Former U.S. Secretary of Education

Statistic

37,976

Students attended Act One field trips last year

Thanks to the generosity of donors, Act One was able to bring 46% more students on arts field trips in 2017-18 and has capacity to bring more than 46,000 students in 2018-19.

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