Cleveland School of Art
Marshall Fredericks attended the Cleveland School of Art (now Cleveland Institute of Art) from 1926-1930. One of the nation's leading schools of art and design, the college was founded in 1882.
Fredericks was admitted to the school on transfer from John Huntington Polytechnic Institute with the equivalent of high school graduation on September 28, 1926. During his four years at CSA, he studied a variety of subjects, including drawing, portraiture, modeling, design, sculpture, and art history. He graduated with highest honors on May 28, 1930.