Chavón School of Design

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Starting Monday, September 26th, the Altos de Chavón School of Design will offer a range of short-term courses for children and adolescents ages 4 -15 years, and adults throughout the year. Chavon’s Kids & Teens courses include 10 sessions and Continuing Education courses include 6 sessions.

Continuing Education programs for adults fall in the areas of Fashion, Fine Art, Interior Design, Graphic Design and Photography. While courses for kids focus on the development of creative thinking and include instruction on design elements such as space, color, shape, texture, value, light and line. The classes begin next week from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m. and cost RD $6,500 for 10 sessions. The littlest ones start on Monday, so make sure to sign up in time! For more information on all the courses, contact the school at (809) 523-8172 or send an email to

Chavón Kids & Teens courses

Start Date: 

4 – 6 Years: Monday, September 26th

7 – 10 Years: Wednesday, September 28th

11 – 15 Years: Friday, September 30th

Time: 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.

Cost: RD $6,500 for 10 sessions

Location: Chavón School of Design, La Romana Campus

Chavón Continuing Education courses

Who: Adults, all ages Start Dates: September 28th – October 1st Time: Vary by course and day of the week Cost: RD $5,500 for 6 sessions Location: Chavón School of Design, La Romana Campus


Founded in 1983, The Altos de Chavón School of Design offers careers in applied arts in the areas of Fine Arts, Visual Communication and Fashion. This type of intensive two-year program provides the graduates with an associate degree at a technical level, which provides them with a solid education that enables participants to compete as professionals in the field of design and arts both locally and internationally. Graduates of the School of Design are eligible to transfer directly to Parsons School of Design in New York. More than 2,000 Dominicans and students from around the world have graduated from the School of Design, demonstrating that a solid background in design, parallel to an emphasis on the development of the industry is the best formula for a successful career. The highly practical and market-oriented curriculum, provides students with a unique set of skills that allows them to be easily inserted into the work environment.