Island School Council for the Arts is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 Organization. We depend entirely on the money raised during our special events, donations and sponsorships. We strive to continue to enhance the level of arts education for our students through the funds raised, our efforts are ongoing. Please consider a donation,  sponsorship or a $25 ISCA Membership.

In partnership with the Community Foundation of the Lowcountry, ISCA has established a permanent endowment fund to help sustain ISCA’s mission into the future to assure a legacy of arts education programming for generations to come. Please consider giving a fully tax deductible gift to the endowment fund. Click here:  Island School Council for the Arts Endowment Fund. 

Please join us in our efforts with a 100% deductible contribution to this 501(c) 3 non-profit organization.

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  • Or contact ISCA at:
    843-686-3945 ext. 212
    PO Box 23047
    Hilton Head Island, SC 29925


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  • Juliann Bluitt-Foster
  • Sarah Calvert
  • Janice Creech
  • Amy Dungan
  • Mary Dunn-Wyatt
  • Bill and Nancy Eiseman
  • Andrea Gannon
  • Chris Garniewicz
  • Hayden Garniewicz
  • Lara Garniewicz
  • Mary Greenwell
  • Jodi Gregg
  • Larry Heichel
  • Trish Heichel
  • Gabriele Hoffmann
  • Carolee Hutton
  • Karen Kenneweg
  • Beryl Lamotte
  • Patti Maurer
  • David Maurer
  • MaryKay Montgomery
  • Gail Mooney
  • Laurie Mulgrew
  • Debbie Myers
  • Peggy Oldham
  • Nixon Real Estate
  • Char Page
  • Tori Safe
  • Tami and Rich Speer
  • Shannon Stratton
  • Sun City Community Theatre
  • Veronica Tigges
  • Darla Uniejewski
  • Jerry and Connie Voight
  • Arla Wible
  • John and Jenny Zmarzly

Integrating art in school curricula fosters real life benefits. Art informs other disciplines of study in synergistic ways. Students are more original, devise more possible solutions, have greater focused attention, are more innovative and better able to integrate diverse facts and ideas. These benefits reach across socio-economic levels, are highly prized throughout society, and applicable throughout life.

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