As we lived nearby, we passed by this "Scuola" a few times and wanted to visit it once, as we also know other "Scuole" in Venice (San Rocco, Carmini). Unfortunately, this Scuola was always closed when we just passed by - although the website actually told us that it should be open ...
On our last morning in Venice, one last try ...: Closed again!
So I dialled a phone number that I had found on the internet. A very friendly lady picked up and when we explained to her that this was the third time we had stood in vain in front of closed doors, she said to us: "Wait, I'll come down and open the door for you ... ".
She herself was astonished when she saw that the search engine takes you to a page with opening hours that is no longer valid and promised to discuss this immediately with her IT specialist, because other tourists may have been misled here as well.
In any case, the friendly and very competent Scuola employee spontaneously gave us a short special tour - a very nice gesture and a great experience! Many, many thanks again!
(The Scuola is actually only open to the public on a few days. The exact dates are listed on the museum tab of their website. We don't want all Venice visitors starting to beg the Scuola for private tours now ...).