All school programs, both on-site and virtual, are free and open to grades K-12. Each school program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to look closely, ask questions, and engage in deep discussions in order to make connections and inspire curiosity.
The Huntington supports teachers both locally and nationwide, offering free-of-charge programming throughout the year inviting educators to join our community and learn with Huntington education staff, curators, collaborators, and scholars.
Take a deep dive into our art, library, and botanical collections through a wide range of learning resources developed by Huntington educators and staff for learners of all ages. Enjoy interactive images, videos, hands-on activities, and more!
“My goal is to help my students find the confidence to try new things or pursue their dreams. ... The programs that The Huntington has to offer does just that. During the tours, they are treated with respect, and they are asked open-ended questions that show their ideas and opinions are valued. ... My students returned from The Huntington feeling inspired and motivated for their artistic projects.” —LAUSD teacher
Teacher Advisory Panel
The Teacher Advisory Panel brings together educators of many disciplines and grade levels to guide, pilot, and evaluate educational programs and resources produced by The Huntingtonʼs education staff.
The School Partnership Program is a two-year collaboration between the Huntington and select Southern California schools with the purpose of increasing student access to arts, library, and botanical programming; empowering teachers to utilize The Huntington collections to enhance their curriculum; and providing students with opportunities to build connections, ignite their curiosity, and be a contributor to the partnership field of focus.