Idyllwild Arts Academy

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Idyllwild Arts Academy
Address
52500 Temecula Road
Idyllwild, California 92549
United States
Information
Type Private, day and boarding
Pecialist arts school
Established 1946
Opened 1986 (current school)
President Pamela Jordan
Dean Mitch Globe (Students)
Marianne Kent-Stoll (Academics)
Head of school Dr. Douglas Ashcraft
Grades 9–12, Post-Graduate
Gender Coeducational
Enrollment 311 (2015[1])
Campus size 205 acres (83 ha)
Campus type Rural, San Jacinto Mountains
Accreditation Western Association of Schools and Colleges[1]
Affiliations The Association of Boarding Schools (TABS)
Website

Idyllwild Arts Academy is a private school located in Idyllwild, in the San Jacinto Mountains and San Bernardino National Forest, within western Riverside County, California.

It offers a college preparatory program for grades 9–12 and post-graduates, with training in music, theater, dance, visual art, creative writing, film, and interdisciplinary arts. An audition or portfolio is required for admission.

The Academy is accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges (WASC).

It was the first independent boarding high school for the arts in the western United States.

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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  7. ^ Gross, Julie. "William Shatner tours the Frazier Museum and brings a 200lb bronze friend". Louisville.com. Retrieved 16 May 2012. 
  8. ^ Independent Ear, The. "Heard Evan Christopher Yet?". Open Sky Jazz. Retrieved 5 February 2010. 
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  14. ^ Rizzo, Frank. "Reasons to Admire Marin Ireland". The Courant. Retrieved 7 June 2009. 
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  16. ^ Wakin, Daniel J. "Pilgrim With an Oboe, Citizen of the World". The New York Times. Retrieved 8 April 2007. 
  17. ^ Wilson, Mara. "Brushes with Greatness". marawilsonwritesstuff.com. Retrieved 10 March 2013. 

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Coordinates: 33°44′06″N 116°44′54″W / 33.73498°N 116.74847°W / 33.73498; -116.74847