Admissions Calendar


Open House

Tuesday, December 1

Arts Open House
Friday, November 13 

Private Campus Tour
Every Thursday

Application for Admissions
Priority deadline: December 15
Application deadline: January 15

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Parsons School of Design ∙ Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) ∙ Pratt Institute ∙ School of Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) ∙ ArtCenter College of Design ∙ Maryland Institute College of Arts (MICA)…

High School Arts Program

High School Arts Program

We offer pre-professional training in visual and performing arts
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Middle School Arts Program

Middle School Arts Program

We offer a comprehensive arts program
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High School Academic Program

High School Academic Program

We offer rigorous, college-preparatory academics
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Middle School Academic Program

Middle School Academic Program

We offer an engaging academic curriculum
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Student Life

Student Life

We offer an array of extracurricular activities
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Enrichment Program

Enrichment Program

We offer exciting K-12 arts and academic after school programs
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UC Berkeley ∙ UCLA ∙ University of Michigan in Ann Arbor ∙ UC Santa Barbara ∙ UC Irvine ∙ UC Davis ∙ New York University ∙ UC San Diego…

  • “Our 12-year-old has danced and schooled at [High School of the Arts] the last two years. She is happy in this bully-free environment… The academics and dancing please our daughter, and the kindness and community please her parents!” — Parent of 6th grade student

    — Parent of 6th grade student

  • STRONGLY AGREE: This school has an effective approach to homework.
    At this school, homework is not given just to fill up the students’ time but to ensure that it re-enforces what they learned in class. Projects and assignments are given with future deadlines which is similar to how college works. This approach has helped my daughter learn time management skills and excel at the University she currently attends.

    — Parent Review

  • “[High School of the Arts] is AMAZING. The teacher and staff dedication is beyond par. They really do care about the children as a whole and take action when needed. Most schools our children have been to “talk about” their values a lot. [High School of the Arts] does. And it makes a world of difference. Highly recommend.”

    — Parent of 8th and 11th grade students

  • “She dances daily, is learning Mandarin (really learning it!) and has a terrific, quite traditional academic program.”

    — Parent Review

  • STRONGLY AGREE: This school effectively supports students with learning differences.
    Because it is a smaller school, teachers are able to spend more time with each student and provide differentiated instructions when necessary.

    — Parent Review

  • “Fast forward five years, my daughter and son are now attending a top University of their choice and flourishing in college. Both were challenged with AP and Honors courses in class and performed in dance competitions and public events to build confidence, learn to work with others as a team, and share their love of the Chinese language and culture.”

    — Alumni's parent

  • “Counterintuitively, the smaller community improved my social skills, pushing me out of my comfort zone to engage with everyone regardless of background instead of just hanging with a clique of similar kids like at my large “diverse” public school.”

    — Graduate

  • STRONGLY AGREE: This school develops strong character in its students, like integrity, compassion and respect.
    This school works really hard to develop and nurture a strong character in each student. Students are taught to be honest, more compassionate towards others, and respect everyone around them. I’ve received multiple such compliments about my children from parents and individuals from outside of school.

    — Parent Review

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