The Visual and Performing Arts Pathway at Skyline High School works with community arts and performance organizations in various capacities to support our teachers, students and Pathway. Examples of past work is guest speaking, artist workshops, field trips, hosting high school interns, and more. If you are interested in becoming a VPA community partner, please contact Jamie Treacy.

  • Shawl-Anderson Dance Center
  • Dimensions Dance Theater
  • Malonga Center for the Arts
  • In The Groove Studios
  • The Beat Performing Arts
  • Pixar
  • Richmond Art Center
  • SF Cartoon Art Museum
  • The Crucible
  • The Compound Gallery and Studios
  • California College of Art
  • Tiny Splendor
  • Niad Art Center
  • Creative Growth
  • Unity Press
  • SF Exploratorium
  • Fun Works (oakland)
  • Oakland Museum of California
  • Berkeley Art Museum
  • Children’s Art Museum
  • Kala Institute
  • Studio One
  • Studio Grand
  • SF Yerba Buena Center for the Arts
  • Civic Design Studio

The Visual and Performing Pathway is grateful for the support from our community.