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ADMISSION TO SDSCPA HIGH SCHOOL

All 9th grade students must audition—including current SDSCPA 8th graders. All new to SDSCPA incoming students must audition--acceptance will depend on program availability.

BEFORE YOU BEGIN … GET TO KNOW THE SDSCPA FAMILY

SDSCPA is not for every student—it serves the young aspiring creative mind who is already demonstrating a passion for and potential lifelong commitment to the arts.

  • Attend a Magnet Monday. Tours begin at 10:30 a.m. beginning September 16.  You can find additional dates on our calendar, or under the Magnet Mondays Tab.
  • Attend a Prospective Families Meeting
 
 Date Time Location 
 Saturday, September 14, 2019 9 a.m. SDSCPA, Florence Johnson Theatre 
 Wednesday, October 2, 2019 6:30 p.m. SDSCPA, Florence Johnson Theatre 
 Saturday, October 19, 2019 9 a.m. SDSCPA, Florence Johnson Theatre 

REVIEW SDSCPA's ARTS MAJORS AND PROGRAMS

Prospective high school students must choose an Arts Major. This Art Major is the focus of intense artistic training and preparation for post-secondary opportunities. Several majors, have a specific program. The Music Major, for example, has the Jazz Studies, Instrumental Music, and Vocal Arts programs. Review each of our Arts departments and their programs of study.

ART MAJORS & PROGRAMS

Dance Major

Theatre Major

  • Musical Theatre Program
  • Tech Theatre Program
  • Acting Program

Music Major

  • Jazz Studies Program
  • Instrumental Program
  • Vocal Arts

Creative Writing Major

Visual and Cinematic Arts Major

  • 2d Program
  • Photography Program
  • Cinematic Arts Program

 

ADDITIONAL AUDITION INFORMATION WILL BE AVAILABLE IN OCTOBER, 2019

8th GRADE & HIGH SCHOOL AUDITION DATE: November 16, 2019 

 

Special Education

Special Education Audition Policy for SDSCPA

Modifications are not made to any audition for any student. The audition process is an objective evaluation of a student’s skill, talent, and potential to complete scope and sequence in their program of study and reach a level of proficiency to allow the student to be competitive for an audition or portfolio review for the post-secondary.

If your student’s current IEP has an accommodation listed that he or she is using and you feel it would be beneficial for them to use during the audition, please contact us at least a week prior to the audition to discuss your student’s needs.

If you have any questions about Special Education please contact Valerie Cruz, Special Education Chair, 470-0555 ext. 4134