WMCAT holds enrollment information session for fall classes

Photography is one of several after-school classes available at WMCAT this fall (courtesy photo)

After-school classes ranging from music tech and production, fashion design and photography to graphic arts are available this fall to Grand Rapids Public high school students, at the West Michigan Center for Arts + Technology. An open-enrollment information session will be held from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 4 at WMCAT, 614 First St. NW, suite 300. Students will have the opportunity to see the studios, meet teachers and submit applications for classes (those with a parent or legal guardian signature will be given enrollment priority). Interested students can also learn more about the classes and submit applications on the WMCAT website. Programming begins Sept. 16.

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