About Pyramid Pensacola
Pyramid Pensacola is among the original four Pyramids, opening in 1994, and is the birthplace of Pyramid’s renowned arts program. We serve nearly 90 students in the Escambia County area.
Pyramid Pensacola is best known for its unique arts program, which offers a full range of visual and performing arts, catering to each student’s level of ability and interest. Pyramid performers and artists regularly perform and exhibit locally and in other Florida venues.
Pyramid Pensacola is committed to serving those with severe disabilities as it seeks new ways to engage its students, to provide an environment in which they can find excitement and meaning – and to provide them the opportunity to become full participants in their communities.
- 7309 W. Highway 98, Pensacola, FL 32506
- (850) 453-3341
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Like its sister programs across the state, Pyramid Pensacola is known for its unique visual and performing arts programs, which caters to each student’s level of ability and interest. The highly acclaimed Pyramid Show Choir performs at various festivals and other local venues and joins The Pyramid Players each year to perform a main stage musical before an audience of nearly 500. The visual arts program offers classes in drawing, painting, jewelry‐crafting, sculpture, ceramics and more. Works by Pyramid Artists are exhibited state‐wide.
Pyramid Pensacola is known for its ability to serve people with behavioral and physical needs. Our staff is highly trained in this area and our center is adapted to accommodate those needs. Services include behavior management, sensory integration, repositioning, and physical/nutritional assistance.
Pyramid Pensacola offers life and social skills training, computer instruction and educational programs that ensure students’ rights and demonstrate their responsibilities as self-advocates with a voice and a choice. We provide opportunities and guidance for students to develop a rewarding, independent life.
Pyramid Pensacola provides a variety of community activities for students including volunteering at Artel Gallery, vocational outings, community performances, local celebrations and state advocacy conferences. We have partnerships with a number of community organizations, most notably Project Empowerment, The Family Care Council, Pilot Club, Sertoma, Escambia County School District Extended Program and Impact 100. These partnerships encourage whole‐community support and inclusion.