APR
26
2018

#PublicSchoolGrad Greater Atlanta Arts Showcase

Atlanta, GA

Our public school system has and continues to foster the most brilliant and talented minds in the world. Too often, however, our schools are not given the resources to foster our children's artistic and musical potential. Join the Schott Foundation on Thursday, April 26 at “#PublicSchoolGrad: Greater Atlanta Arts Showcase” as we highlight “Young Hot Schotts” — talented student performers from the Greater Atlanta Area public schools.

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