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Mission Statement
Rainey Institute is dedicated to positive change for Greater Cleveland’s youth and families through education and participation in the performing and visual arts.
Vision Statement
Rainey Institute develops self-esteem, humanitarian values, work ethic, life skills, and hope in a new future for all program participants.
Rainey Institute provides arts education programs for children in Cleveland. Rainey has been serving this community since 1904. Rainey’s programs in music, dance, drama, and visual arts are delivered to children through an Afterschool Program, Saturday classes and private lessons, performing groups, Teen Leadership Group and Summer Camp Program. Rainey also provides afterschool programs in several Cleveland schools and community settings. Rainey currently serves 650 children per year and keeps children engaged in positive, enriching arts activities and away from gangs, drugs, crime, teenage pregnancy and other urban challenges.
Rainey Institute is where the arts change lives. Located in the Hough neighborhood of Cleveland, one of the poorest communities in one of America’s poorest cities, Rainey’s students range in age from 3 to 18. Many come from single parent households and are living at, or below the poverty level. Most of our students attend the Cleveland Metropolitan School District.
Rainey currently provides six primary programs:
The After School Program runs Monday through Friday from 3:00 to 6:00 throughout the school year. This program provides homework help, arts instruction, and a healthy snack.
El Sistema@Rainey will provide daily orchestra music instruction to students in grades 1-4, Monday through Friday, in the After School Program. Students will perform on stage at Severance Hall.
The Saturday Arts Program has group classes in music, dance, theater, visual arts, and sewing, and private instrument and voice lessons.
The Summer Arts Day Camp is a six-week program, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Summer campers are immersed in all of the arts disciplines, as well as classes in reading, writing, and math. Summer Camp culminates with an arts festival for the community.
The Rainey Theater Program is a yearlong program, which integrates music, dance, drama and visual arts to produce musical theater performances by students.
The Teen Leadership Program provides leadership training, life-skills training, community service opportunities, attendance at professional arts and cultural events, and visits to college campuses.
Rainey also provides After School Programs in several Cleveland schools and community settings.
Rainey Institute provides the continuity that children need to grow up, competing successfully in a transforming world. While combating the harmful effects of poverty, we offer engaging, structured activities, and academic and social enrichment, all is a safe, caring environment. As such, we provide a valuable community resource to all neighboring residents. We also fill the gaps caused by the reduction of arts education in many Cleveland schools.
Rainey Institute recently moved 4 blocks down E. 55th Street to The Alexander McAfee Arts Education Center, which replaced its original home for the past 107 years. The new facility will enable Rainey to ultimately double the number of children served to 1,300.
Out programs directly address documented community needs. The City of Cleveland faces extraordinary challenges for its inner city youth, and the importance of the arts for successful child development has been consistently recognized. We thank you for this opportunity to share our story.
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

 
 
 

 

 

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