TWO YEARS IN A ROW!
WINNER! #1 CT Magnet School
Hartford Magazine Reader's Poll
2014 Outstanding Arts School Award
2014 & 2015 School of Distinction, Magnet Schools of America
An Artistic and Academic Immersion
Students interested in the arts will find a professionally oriented, highly structured, and academically rigorous curriculum at the Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts. In addition to professional training in vocal and instrumental music, dance, theater, musical theater, creative writing/media arts, and visual arts, high school students learn about the history and criticism of the arts and the arts as a mechanism for social justice.
Interested in attending the Arts Academy? Learn about our Open Houses and application process on the Admissions Page.
THE THEATER OF THE PERFORMING ARTS
The Theater of the Performing Arts houses a 600-seat, state-of-the-art proscenium theater, a 120-seat flexible theater, classrooms and support spaces. Visit the Theater of Performing Arts Page for rental information, event calendar, ticket information and more. Box Office: 860-757-6388
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On Friday, April 10th Brianna Perez (Visual Arts) received an Honorable Mention award at the State Capitol for her digital photography in the 2015 Donate Life Connecticut Annual High School Art Contest. Congratulations Brianna!
Jossary Padilla, (Creative Writing/Media Arts) who won the Wallace Stevens Poetry Scholarship. This is the fifth year in a row that an Arts Academy student has won this prestigious award.
Creative Writing/Media Arts seniors Kelly Boggan, Michaela Godding and Ellie Luisi were chosen as finalists for the Sunken Garden Poetry Festival's "Fresh Voices" Poetry Competition.
Senior Michaela Godding (Creative Writing/Media Arts) earned a spot on the CT Youth Slam Team and will be among five high school students representing the state at "Brave New Voices", an international poetry competition held later this year.
Visua Arts student Janet Sebastian-Coleman had her student film Ceci N'est Pas screened at the Reel Youth Hartford Film Festival held at Trinity College on April 25.
ARTS ACADEMY WINS OUTSTANDING ARTS SCHOOL AWARD!
The Arts School Network presents The Greater Hartford Academy for the Arts in Hartford, CT with the Outstanding Arts School Award, presented for outstanding overall excellence in faculty and student achievements, community recognition and involvement, arts and academics integration, curriculum innovations, continuing growth and development, and state and national recognition.
Arts School Network is a non-profit association founded in 1981, dedicated to its mission to provide leaders in arts schools with quality resources support, and networking opportunities.