Music and Arts Partners is an independent, volunteer, nonprofit organization that works to fill the funding gaps for arts and music in the West Linn – Wilsonville School District

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Who We Are

Music and Arts Partners provides essential financial support for a wide variety of programs in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District. We receive faculty grant requests for funding for clinicians, sheet music, specialized equipment and more. We sponsor scholarships for graduating seniors, professional workshops, and concerts. Learn More »

What We Do

We receive faculty grant requests for funding for clinicians, sheet music, specialized equipment and more. We sponsor scholarships for graduating seniors, professional workshops, and concerts to benefit children throughout the district. Music and Arts Partners continues to serve the community by promoting and preserving arts education in our schools. Learn More »

Become a Member

Participation in the creative arts benefits all of our students. It is our hope that you will consider an annual MAP membership a normal part of your back-to-school routine. With membership starting at only $10, we believe that every family in the West Linn-Wilsonville School District should be a member of Music and Arts Partners. Learn More »

What’s going on with MAP

Thank You to a Loyal Student Supporter!

I still remember the MAP Board meeting when we opened an envelope that contained a donation from an Athey Creek Band student named Sam Brown.  It had a short note stating that he had raised the money over the holidays... View Article

Kylee Kamikawa to Perform at Carnegie Hall

Congratulations are in order for Kylee Kamikawa of Wilsonville High School. She has been selected as one of 500 students, internationally out of 10,000 applicants, and will be the only representative from Oregon, to participate in the 2015 High School Honors Performance... View Article

Music Linked to Children’s Emotional and Behavioral Maturation

If you thought piano lessons were a waste of time growing up, read on and think again about the benefits of music education for your own children! This is a great testimony on why we need to keep our music... View Article

Athey Creek’s 8th Grade Band Premiers Linda Woody’s “Desert Blue”

When most students think about composers, they picture the grey haired old men they learned about in primary school who were dead long before they were even born. The 8th grade Athey Creek Band, however, was treated to a wonderful... View Article

Your MAP Dollars At Work