School Partnership Program

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.

The next program application period will be in spring 2024.

School Partnership Program Benefits

  • Free admission (with the presentation of a school identification card, up to four people per student/staff)
  • Deep Learning Day
  • Weekend Family Day
  • Early access to School Programs

FAQs for Current Partnership Program Schools

How many people can I bring to The Huntington?

Partner schools' students and staff can bring up to four people to The Huntington per visit at no cost. This number includes the student or staff member from the partner school, who must be present at the time of the visit.

How often can I visit?

As many times as you want! School Partnership Program benefits, including free admission, will expire on Aug. 1, 2024 for schools currently in the program.

Are there admissions restrictions?

Partner schools do not need to make a reservation to use their free admission benefit. When planning your visit, please keep in mind The Huntington is closed on Tuesdays. Note that school partners enjoy regular admission, which does not include extra member benefits such as early admission before 10 a.m. or entry to members-only events.