The Colburn School’s utmost priority lies in the health and safety of its students, families, faculty, staff, and visitors. Throughout the pandemic, the Colburn School has carefully monitored COVID-19 locally as well as county, state, and federal guidelines regarding educational institutions.
Thank you in advance for carefully following our guidelines below.
Indoor masking is not required at Colburn, however it is highly recommended by the LA County Department of Public Health due to increased circulation of new Omicron strains, the high transmission of other respiratory illnesses including the flu and respiratory syncytial virus or RSV.
There may be exceptions in which masks will be required on campus: some instructors may continue requiring masks in their studios and classrooms and some in-person meetings may require attendees to be masked. Therefore, students should check with their instructor(s) regarding their masking policy and employees should keep a mask available for meetings.
Those exposed to the coronavirus will continue to be required to wear a mask indoors for 10 days following exposure and masks will be required through Day 10 for those who have recovered from COVID-19 (tested negative after day 5).
Free COVID-19 testing is available on campus for all Colburn students, faculty, and staff.
22-23 Policies for Community School Families
Protocols for Dance on Campus
Protocols for Early Childhood Classes on Campus
A daily health check is required for faculty and staff accessing the Colburn campus even though security staff will no longer be verifying that it has been completed. You can access our Daily Health Questionnaire and complete the health check at home before you leave for campus.
Please visit our Patron Safety page for the most up-to-date guidance on attending our public events.
Do not eat indoors. Designated eating areas are outdoors in the Plaza and Café seating area.
Do not use any cleaning products on the pianos. Our production assistants and piano technology staff will be cleaning equipment frequently. If you wish to bring your own cleaning wipes, they may be used on doorknobs and furniture. They cannot be used on the piano as they damage the instrument.