Engaging the Mind, Touching the Heart.

About Us

Creative Center for the Arts is a community fine arts group located in the beautiful village of Swartz Creek, Michigan. We are family-focused, faith-based, and fun-loving! Our goal is to equip our students with the disciplines required to master their own individual fine arts goals in the hopes that they will apply those disciplines to all areas of their lives.

Our students range in age from 4-104! Our classes are mostly based on ability, rather than on age, so many classes have young children with their parents learning an instrument together. What a wonderful way to encourage family unity!

Please let us know how we can help you!

Our class tuition and fees can be located here:

Class Tuition and Schedule

2 Comments

  1. Dianne Craig Dianne Craig
    September 13, 2015    

    I just received an email linking me to your page. I can’t seem to find where you are located. I have a 9th grade boy who is very interested in finding an a cappella group. We are also interested in learning more about robotics. Can you please tell me if this is something we can begin late, if there is room and most importantly where you are located?

    • September 14, 2015    

      I’m so happy you found us! Our first day is actually today, but most classes have open enrollment until sometime in October. We are located in Swartz Creek, MI, at the United Methodist Church on Miller rd. May I give you a call? My phone number is 810-348-2857. Feel free to call or text anytime! The times and days for the classes you requested are as follows:
      Robotics – Tuesdays in Burton area from 6:00-8:00. I’m told that everyone who has joined that class has loved it, and it is one of our most popular classes, this year!

      A cappella group – depending on your son’s ability, I would recommend the Youth Choir, which does include a few 10th graders. My son is 14 and his voice is just coming into his own, after a pretty rough puberty voice change. The music that we are doing in that group must be pitch perfect and must be memorized and be able to be sung a cappella. If your son shows the voice quality to go into a higher level group, I would recommend our Chorale, but that is by audition only, and I would put that class together as the need arises. In the past, Chorale has been only ladies, but I have been hoping to have gentlemen join, as well. Currently, due to not having enough students for that class, we have had to put it off for this semester, however, if I get enough students for that class who are interested, I will start that class for this semester. I hope that helps! Youth Choir is on Mondays at the United Methodist Church in Swartz Creek from 4:30-5:30. I recommend your son start with that group and then we will go from there. Youth choir will be working on some Latin this year, as well as some fun Christmas music, but I would tend to rank the difficulty level as moderately challenging. I do try to make sure that my students are each challenged to their own individual best.

      Let me know if I can answer any more questions for you!
      Rachael

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