The ;ustin School for the Performing and ;isual ;rts ;;SP;;; is a non;profit organization created
to serve students in the Austin area gifted in the performing and visual arts.
THE AUSTIN SCHOOL FOR THE
PERFORMING AND VISUAL ARTS
The Austin School for the Performing and Visual Arts promotes academic
success, exposes students to a variety of artistic endeavors, and challenges
students to develop their unique talents. ASPVA, founded in 2006, has
served over 1,800 students through community outreach offered at participating public schools and other student organizations, and a private school
for grades 6-13 offering a nationally accredited college prep curriculum and
pre-conservatory training for majors in Singer-songwriting, Music, Dance,
Visual Arts, and Theatre. ASPVA will also offer a Discovery Program in
the fall of 2018 for creative students who wish to explore the arts, but do
not have any previous training.
ASPVA celebrates 4 wins by the National YoungArts Foundation; the
highest honor a high school student can earn in the arts, along with an
additional win as a semi-finalist for the Presidential Scholar Award. Graduates are accepted on scholarship into the top colleges and conservatories
in the nation including The Juilliard School, University of Texas in Austin,
Berklee College of Music, and the Royal Ballet in London to name a few.
FACTS AT A GLANCE
Student/Teacher Ratio: 1: 12
Optimal Schedule: students can dedicate
themselves to their academic and artistic goals
without sacrificing their physical or emotional well-being
Full-Time Curriculum: accredited college-prep
curriculum and world-class arts education with access
to classes from masters in dance, theater, music, singer-songwriting, and visual arts for grades 6-12
Part-time Curriculum: pre-conservatory fine art classes
available to homeschooled students and 1-year post graduates
Affordability: reasonable tuition rates compared to other
private schools in the area
Enrollment is rolling, and applications are
accepted throughout the year.