The Jeongseon Arirang School is an affiliated school of the Jeongseon Arirang laboratory. It was founded to preserve and educate Jeongseon Arirang. It started in 1993 as a summer program, so people could have fun and easily learn Arirang. As a part of Jeongseon-gun school project for cultural business plan, the current school site once was the site for Maehwa School, located at 1-ri bangje Sindongeup Jeonseon-gun.
It was granted the building for this school free of change. The Jeongseon Arirang school has received numerous awards such as "an excellent school for the utilization of abolished school"(1999), "The model school for the business of utilizing cultural space"(2000), and "Assisted school by the Department of Environment for experiential study program"(2000). It was also designated as the Korea culture camp for foreigners by UNESCO in 1998, 1999, and 2001. The Jeongseon Arirang School has been recognized as an excellent model school for cultural activities as a part of the business for utilizing cultural space. Many educators and culturally interested foreigners have been visiting the school ever since. This school tries to provide diverse cultural programs in which people can enjoy and experience Jeongseon Arirang by visiting the education site, so they can expand their understanding of Jeongseon Arirang.