Teach The Story Arts With Ready-to-Teach K-12 Curriculum
Story Arts Academy brings industry experts in the Story Arts to your classroom. Our mission is to enable educators to bring the fundamentals of Story in all disciplines to equip the next generation of Story Artists.Create Your Free Account
Experts In Your Classroom
Story Arts breaks the barrier between school and real life by bringing industry experts into classroom through video and live virtual events.
Standards Aligned K-12 Curriculum
Aligned to nation-wide standards, our curriculum makes it easy for teachers use in their everyday practice. Courses are 3-5 lessons in length.
Industry Tools And Resources
Every course contains tools and resources used in Story Arts professions equipping your students with relevant, informed craft, knowledge, and skill.
Our Growing List Of Academy Courses
All Story Arts course contain standard-aligned lesson plans, videos of industry experts, downloadable tools and resources, and assessments. They truly are ready-to-teach.Get Your Free Account
Capstone Live Events With Story Arts Experts
Each new course released is accompanied by a special live event where Story Arts industry experts showcase and give feedback on student work.
NEW DATE! February 13 At 10 AM
We will have a live event via Zoom on February 13 at 10 AM, where students and teachers can interact with Jeffrey Stepakoff. Stepakoff will review student work in this Zoom event and offer industry expertise during a live workshop challenge.
We are crafting industry resources to be used in our classes and beyond. Check out these resources and download today!
Client Brief Toolkit
Use the Client Brief to guide transformational project work with clients in your community. We have designed a Client Brief from the ground up that students can use to interview external experts and create their own projects.
Tridimensional Bone Structure
The Bone Structure Toolkit is a tried and true method used by storytellers to bring their characters to life. As Booker T Mattison explains in his course, “You cannot write a character well that you do not know well.”