By CBSLA Staff

CALABASAS (CBSLA) — MUSE Global School in Calabasas will open with in-person instruction this fall for Early Childhood Education through fifth-grade students, school officials announced Tuesday.

“Welcoming students back on campus this fall is exciting to both students and faculty. The magic of a MUSE education is unparalleled when you mix our highly trained teachers with students’ enthusiasm and passions,” said Suzanne McClure, MUSE Global School director.

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The school was founded in 2006 by Suzy Cameron, her husband, “Titanic” filmmaker James Cameron, and her sister, Rebecca Amis.

The 22-acre campus has been described as the first vegan K-12 school in the country.

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Last year, the school operated virtually for students in kindergarten through 12th grade.

MUSE Global School is accepting enrollment applications for fall 2021 at

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