With your continuous support of the Virgin Islands Lottery, 70% of all revenues go back into our community. These funds are used to help St. John School of Arts and numerous other organizations develop and provide assistance to our local population.

"Hi, my name is Kim Wild, I am the Executive Director at St. John School of the Arts. In 2020 our school will celebrate 40 years offering Arts Education, Arts Experiences, and Arts Programming for the community of St. John. In the early 1970s, "Steel Unlimited", which was a Steel Pan Orchestra comprising of 28 young St. Johnians, performed at Lincoln Center, Shea Stadium, Disney World, and also recorded 2 albums in Miami, Florida. Out of their success, the Band Director, Rudy Wells, and Band Manager, Sis Frank co-founded St. John School of the Arts. Today we teach about 25 classes a week, from Piano lab, Ukulele, Singer-Story, to ballet, hip hop, and Caribbean movement.

VI Lottery has been there to provide these much needed arts programs for our youth. The funding that we have received from the VI Lottery has helped us be able to offer these programs at an affordable cost, and sometimes even for free. VI Lottery, we cannot do it without you. Thank you!"

Kim Wild, Executive Director at St. John School of the Arts

"Hello my name is Elena. I do archery and I also do Caribbean Dance. I love how all the people there are really nice and supporting and the dances are really fun."
- Elena Magnie

For more information on St. John School of Arts, contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., or call at 340.779.4322.

For more information about the Virgin Islands Lottery Sponsorship - Community Enrichment Initiative program, visit us at: Sponsorship and Funding Requests

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