Trial Magic Class - Teen


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Trial Magic Class - Teen

Our Trial Magic Class is for young magicians who are curious about how School of Magic Arts works and what options are available to them. We welcome students of all levels because magic is actually 90% acting.  

In this class, we talk about what each student likes about magic, we all learn how to teleport a rubber band through our fingers, then students discover that there are only 8 magic tricks, and if we have time we will learn how to make a quarter appear from our fingertips.

If your kid already loves magic, our school will help them level up and become more comfortable performing for larger audiences. School of Magic Arts has been teaching kids magic for over 5 years and has students in more than 100 cities across the U.S.

Students who want to take their magic further, may be invited to join our Level One Magic School classes that meet weekly. These classes include a professionally curated SOMA Magician's Kit, opportunities to perform live throughout the year, and a whole community of like minded young magicians.

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Course Map

We offer six courses over three levels. As students progress through the program, the classes become more focused as well as challenging.


Spring Semester classes begin January 15 and run through May 25, 2024. Reserve your spot with a fully refundable (until December 15th) $50 deposit today when you select "Payment Plan".

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Build Self esteem and confidence

Studies have found that all students (including those with learning difficulties, behavioral challenges, and physical disabilities) exhibit greater self-esteem scores after studying and performing magic.

improve hand eye coordination

In a study of forty people studying magic, all showed significant improvement in both the use of the left and right hands, and their ability to use both hands together.

grow with support of a community

Teachers report that incorporating magic into their curriculum encourages students to help one another, and increases leadership, socialization, peer relationships, and collaboration.