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EASTCONN Where Learning Comes to Life

EASTCONN’s Arts at the Capitol Theater (ACT) magnet high school, housed in Willimantic’s historic Capitol Theater, enrolls students seeking intensive study in the performing arts. Students have daily access to creative experiences through a curriculum that integrates the performing arts with more traditional academic high school subjects. Highly qualified teaching artists and certified teachers work collaboratively to provide students with personalized educational experiences unlike any other public school in northeastern Connecticut.

EASTCONN’s Arts at the Capitol Theater (ACT) magnet high school, housed in Willimantic’s historic Capitol Theater, enrolls students seeking intensive study in the performing arts. Students have daily access to creative experiences through a curriculum that integrates the performing arts with more traditional academic high school subjects. Areas of artistic study include: Acting/Vocal Performance, Audio/Video Production, Creative Writing, Theater Production (set design, lighting design and costuming) and Dance. Highly qualified teaching artists and certified teachers work collaboratively to provide students with personalized educational experiences unlike any other public school in northeastern Connecticut.

ANNOUNCEMENTS & RESOURCES

EASTCONN’s offices and programs remain closed. However, EASTCONN staff are working
remotely to provide the educational, employment and training, professional learning and related services
that our students, families, staff and communities need.

EASTCONN Reopening Plan & Parent Communications

Leading and Learning Interactive Trainings

EASTCONN Family Communication & COVID-19 Resources

EASTCONN Contacts and Program Updates

RESC Alliance and CSDE Resources for Distance Learning

EASTCONN Remote Learning From Home Plan

EASTCONN Student Food Service Updates

ACT Latest News

  • ACT Performing Arts Magnet High School to Host Virtual Open House on May 6
    Prospective high school students and their families are invited to attend the Arts at the Capitol Theater (ACT) Performing Arts Magnet High School Virtual Open House on Wednesday, May 6, 2020, from 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. The event will take place as an online Zoom session. The ACT building, located…
  • COVID-19 EASTCONN Letter to Parents, February 28, 2020 (Spanish)
    Estimados Padres/Madres/Guardianes,  El 25 de febrero, los Centros de Prevención y Control de Enfermedades (CDC) tuvieron una conferencia de prensa para informar y actualizar al país del estatus actual del coronavirus (COVID-19). El CDC enfatizó que en el momento no hay una pandemia del COVID-19 en los Estados Unidos.  En…
  • EASTCONN Letter to Parents, February 28, 2020
    Dear Parent/Guardians, On February 25th, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) held a press conference updating the country on the current status of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The CDC emphasized that there is not currently a COVID-19 pandemic in the United States.  At this time, there are no reports…
  • ACT Honor Roll List - February 2020
    EASTCONN is proud to announce the ACT High School Honor Roll List for January 2020. High Honor Roll Students  Grade 12 William Beaudry Maria Bonanno Martha Brewster Lia Casadei Mark DiMauro Jesse Gillett Ian Harris Trevor Howard Ellis McGinley Madison Nelson Leilany Ramos Jillian Romagnano Evalyn Stinson Grade 11 Lea…
  • ACT Performing Arts High School Presents VideoFest 2020 on January 30th
    EASTCONN’s Arts at the Capitol Theater (ACT) students will present student-created works at VideoFest 2020 on Thurs., Jan. 30, 2020, at 6:30 p.m., at the Capitol Theater, 896 Main St., Willimantic. Students in ACT’s introductory audio/visual, video lighting, historical documentary, advanced audio/visual and screen-writing classes will showcase their first-semester work…
Archived ACT Latest News

Major Series

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Arts at the Capitol Theater
896 Main St, Willimantic, CT 06226
Phone: 860-465-5636
Fax: 860-465-8115