Idyllwild Arts Academy

Residential Arts High School


Welcome to Your Life-Changing Experience in the Arts

Your lifetime adventure in the arts begins at Idyllwild Arts Academy, one of the most prestigious arts schools in the world and only one of three such institutions in the United States. We encourage you to take the first step in fulfilling your artistic dreams.

At Idyllwild Arts Academy you’ll join talented young artists from around the world who, just like yourself, are setting off on an exciting journey to pursue serious study in Dance, Film, Music, Theatre, Visual Art, Creative Writing, InterArts and Fashion Design.

Here you will find your arts education enhanced by renowned teachers who are working professionals in their respective fields. While your artistic potential blossoms, you will also gain a college preparatory academic education. As a result, Idyllwild Arts Academy students receive a rich and diverse education in both arts and academics. We have helped our graduates continue their arts education at the top universities and conservatories in the world.

See Yourself Here

We welcome you to peruse our website to learn more about our school and the exciting opportunities that await you. Our mission is to bring together talented artists from many different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds and provide a place for them to flourish and grow both artistically and academically.

If the arts are your passion, then this is where you belong. As you become more familiar with Idyllwild Arts Academy, we are sure you will begin to see yourself here.

We invite you for a campus visit during which you will have the opportunity to meet our staff, get to know our students and faculty, participate in classes, see the campus and audition or interview with our department chairs. Through your personal visit to Idyllwild Arts Academy, you will discover an exciting place to pursue your dreams. We look forward to meeting you!

Academy Fact Sheet
Admission Process

We are now welcoming applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Start your application today!

Notification: March 10, 2017

Applications received after decision deadlines will be reviewed on a rolling basis as space and funding permits

We are delighted that you have taken the first step on your journey to a lifetime in art by applying to Idyllwild Arts. We have streamlined the application process to make it easy and convenient for you.

The application process includes the following steps which are requirements to be considered for admission to Idyllwild Arts Academy:

1) Complete the Admission Online Application (We accept the SAO – Standard Application Online)

a) Submit a Student Essay – “Why do you want to attend Idyllwild Arts Academy? How will you benefit from and Idyllwild Arts education?” (250 words minimum) – Mandatory for Creative Writing, Dance, Music and Theatre Applicants. Not Mandatory for InterArts/Fashion Design, Film & Digital Media or Visual Arts.

b) Confidential Parent Questionnaire: This questionnaire must be completed by a parent or guardian.

c) Application Fee: A $60.00 non-refundable application fee is required of all U.S. applicants; a $100.00 non-refundable application fee is required of all International applicants. (There is an additional $50.00 charge for those who do not apply online.)

2) Arts Reference: The Arts Reference form should be completed by a teacher or private instructor who has recently taught the applicant in his/her chosen arts discipline. Form can be downloaded from Application Materials Page.

3) Academic Reference: The Academic Reference form should be completed by a recent teacher of a major academic subject. Counselors and principals who have not taught the applicant are asked not to submit an academic reference but are welcome to submit additional letters of recommendation. Form can be downloaded from Application Materials Page.

4) School Transcripts: Transcripts (record of grades) are required and should be requested directly from the student’s school(s). Unofficial copies may be submitted for initial review.

5) Audition or Portfolio Presentation: As a requirement for admission, students must audition, present a departmental essay or portfolio relevant to his/her art discipline. Please refer to the Audition and Portfolio Requirements.

6) Admission Interview: A personal interview is required of all international students. Interviews may be conducted on campus, through Skype or during an audition tour.

* We accept the SSAT

Home Schooling Requirements

The Idyllwild Arts Academy recognizes a family’s right to choose home schooling as an option for their children. In order to be considered for admission to the Arts Academy, students who are home schooled must participate in a state recognized home schooling program and submit the following materials in lieu of high school transcripts as well as have a parent answer the questions below:

  • Documentation of compliance with a state accredited home schooling program
  • A comprehensive description of the home schooling curriculum, outlining coursework and books used
  • Grades for each course taken with a description of grading standards
  • SSAT testing results or those of another standardized test

Please answer the following questions: What factors played into your decision to home school your child? How do you feel your child will perform in an independent school environment both socially and academically?

Admission Policy

Idyllwild Arts Academy admits students of any sex, race, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or gender identification to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or gender identification in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and financial planning, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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Financial Supplement (Tuition and Fees)
Financial Aid Application (Parent’s Guide and Forms)

Contact Admission Office

If you already have an application, please mail the completed application materials to:

Admission Office
Idyllwild Arts Academy

52500 Temecula Road
P. O. Box 38
Idyllwild, CA 92549-0038

Direct Line: 951.468.7223
Fax: 951.659.3168

Application Requirements

Audition and Portfolio Requirements

All applicants must satisfy the following audition requirements according to his/her arts discipline. We highly encourage all students and their families to schedule an on-site visit after the application is submitted to become familiar with our campus and participate in a live audition/interview.

Requirements For One-Year Seniors and Post-Graduates

If you are an international one-year senior who has never attended an international secondary school, we suggest that you should either apply for 11th grade, or else graduate in your own country and then apply as a Post-Graduate since you will not have the graduation requirements to be accepted as a one-year senior.

The following should be submitted along with your application:

  1. TOEFL score for international One-Year Seniors and Post-Graduates
  2. SAT, PSAT, or ACT score for domestic One-Year Seniors and Post-Graduates. If you are unable to submit an SAT score, please indicate your plan for taking the SAT
  3. Transcripts for all the years you have attended secondary school
  4. 3.0 GPA minimum

Priority Application Deadlines

We are now welcoming applications for the 2017-2018 school year. Start your application today!

Financial Aid Application: February 1, 2017
Notification: March 10, 2017

Applications received after decision deadlines will be reviewed on a rolling basis as space and funding permits

If you have any questions, please feel free to email or call the admission office at: 951.468.7223

Creative Writing

The Creative Writing major at the Idyllwild Arts Academy is designed to encourage the creative powers of gifted young writers, to teach writing skills and techniques, to introduce the discipline of close reading and practical criticism, and to prepare students for college and the many paths a professional writing life may take. Students are expected to study literary history, to think critically, and to experience the process of literary creation and revision firsthand.

Candidates must submit a portfolio that includes several representative writing samples. The portfolio must include some poetry and fiction, but mayalso include work from other genres such as nonfiction and dramatic writing. The submission should be fifteen to twenty pages total. Applicants are evaluated on overall academic achievement as well as writing skills and experience. Due to the large amount of reading required, applicants should have a high level of reading comprehension.

For specific questions regarding the Creative Writing Admission Process, please contact:
Jara Ruiz-Anchia at 951.6592171 x2347 or


The Dance major is designed to provide students with the technical and artistic versatility required to advance in the professional dance world. Ballet plays a crucial role in the education a Dance major receives with a focus on classical technique emphasizing healthy movement habits. Dancers are also required to take modern and jazz dance each year they are enrolled in the program. The Dance Department puts on two main stage productions as well as studio works throughout the year, including student choreography.

Candidates for the Dance major are encouraged to audition on campus or during an audition tour. If a live audition is not possible, candidates must submit an American format DVD or provide an online audition on a site such as YouTube containing the following:

Exercises at the barre (10 minutes): Students should stand sideways in relationship to the camera. Females should not wear skirts. Pliés, Battements tendus, Battements dégagés, Ronds de jambe a terre, Battements fondus, Battement frappés, Ronds de jambe en l’air, Grands battements, Développés.

In the centre (5 minutes): Pirouettes en dehors and en dedans, Adagio with développés, a combination with chainés, a combination with small jumps and, if possible, beats, a combination with big jumps.

For females who have worked en pointe: Exercises performed at the barre and/or a center variation.

Jazz or Modern Combination (5 minutes): We are looking to see present technical level, body potential and movement quality/love of dance.

Students should include a 5 x 7 photo taken in first arabesque.

For Specific questions regarding the Dance admission process contact:
Kelly Wills at 951.659.2171 x2341 or

InterArts / Fashion Design

1) Please tell us which Pathway you would like to follow: Fashion Design, Design, Storytelling, Performance Practice OR Digital Communication.

2) Essay: What is the Point of Being a Student in the InterArts Department? Please use these questions to structure your essay (3 paragraphs)

  • What attracts you to the InterArts Department?
  • Which Pathway would you like to follow and why?
  • Which Art forms do you find most interesting?
  • What experience do you have in those Art forms?
  • Explain your point of view as an artist, (Fashion Designer / Designer / Storyteller / Performer / Digital Communicator) along with your main artistic influences.
  • The InterArts Department, more than any other department, changes depending on the strengths and interests of its students: what do you think YOU would like to contribute to the department?

3) Submit 5 – 10 examples of work in at least 2 different art forms. Please refer to guidelines in the other departments for help with this. This work should reflect your chosen pathway as much as possible. No matter what, you should always submit your best work. All work must be original. (See specific guidelines for Fashion Design.)

For Fashion Design your examples of art work must include:

  1. Creative personal artwork in any art form, although Visual Art is preferred.
  2. Three to five design sketches.
  3. At least one original design. This could be a garment you have made or something you have designed that someone else made for you. Examples could include street wear and/or any design of yours that has ever been on stage: costuming, fashion, school mascot, something for an event, etc.

For specific questions regarding the InterArts/Fashion Design Admission Process, please contact:
Colette Sims at 951.659.2171 x2345 or

Film & Digital Media

The Film Department is founded on two basic principles: story and collaboration. We want our Film students to become socially relevant story tellers, educated and practiced in both classic and modern cinematic technique in the various disciplines of filmmaking. Through the study of these artistic and technical skill sets, students will develop artistic identities and a collaborative creative spirit. Classes and workshops include study and mentoring in screenwriting, producing, directing, production design, cinematography, editing, post-production, and advanced equipment (dolly, Steadicam, jibs, etc.).

  1. An essay (2 to 4 pages) about a life-changing moment: We all experience myriad life-changing moments, some big and some small. Some represent drastic change in our lives, while others represent subtle change, but all are significant. Tell us a story about something that happened to you, or something you witnessed, that had a profound impact on your life. The story must be submitted in prose format and should be 2-4 pages long.
  2. A creative writing sample that you have written in the last year. If you don’t have one already written, write a new piece. This cannot be the same as your story about a life-changing moment; it must be a completely different piece of work. Acceptable formats include screenplay, play, short story, poem, and even stream of consciousness.
  3. A short video. All kinds of people are in the film business—outgoing, shy, loud, soft-spoken, flamboyant, reserved. No single personality or personal style is best suited for the profession. With the multiplicity of career choices in the industry, any type of person can find a niche. Keep this in mind and introduce yourself to us. Record a 3-5 minute monologue or narrative (starring yourself!) on the topic, “Why I Want to be a Filmmaker.” This should tell us why you are motivated to be a filmmaker, but in a creative and fun way. It should be an imaginative reflection of who you are.
  4. Optional: visual art in the form of photography, film, video, performance piece, paintings or sculpture, a creative website (including photographs of your work), a creative Instagram account. . . anything that helps us know more about you as an artist/designer.

For specific questions regarding the Film Admission Process, please contact:
Jara Ruiz-Anchia at 951.659.2171 x2347 or


The Music Department prepares talented musicians for successful professional careers. The faculty auditions serious and talented young classical, songwriting and jazz musicians from around the world. Private instruction is offered by the finest teachers and performers in Southern California. Instrumentalists participate in orchestra and small ensembles; pianists study piano literature, keyboard skills, accompanying and ensemble playing. Jazz students work on improvising and playing in combos while developing their own style. Guitarists can participate in jazz ensembles. Singers study diction, ensemble singing, and the history of the art song and opera. Songwriters study both performance and business aspects of their field. All students meet and hear guest artists perform and participate in master classes.

Candidates for the Music major are encouraged to audition during their campus visit. If a live audition is not possible, students must submit an American format DVD or provide an online audition on a site such as YouTube containing the following:

Classical Piano:

Three prepared pieces representing contrasting styles from the standard repertoire. All works must be performed from memory.

Classical Orchestral Instruments:

2-3 prepared pieces representing contrasting styles.


2-4 original songs with words (and also, if you wish, 1-2 cover songs performed instrumentally and sung to show arranging/interpreting skills).  Auditions must be filmed on an American formatted DVD or uploaded to YouTube or another online streaming website.

Jazz Piano, and Instrument:

Three prepared pieces from memory: a blues, a standard and a jazz standard. Students are asked to demonstrate knowledge of scales, inversions and chords.


One song or aria from the classical repertoire which illustrates the student’s range. Also, one jazz song from the following list:

Jazz Voice

  1. Autumn Leaves
  2. My Funny Valentine
  3. Girl From Ipanema
  4. Night and Day
  5. My One and Only Love
  6. It Could Happen To You
  7. Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)
  8. Alice In Wonderland
  9. Bye Bye Blackbird
  10. Route 66

Classical Voice

  • 24 Italian Songs and Arias
  • First Book of Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baritone/ Bass
  • Handel
  • Mozart
  • Schubert

For auditions on campus, you may choose to bring your own pianist, or we can provide one for you. If you plan to work with one of our pianists, please make sure your audition pieces are submitted no later than two weeks prior to your audition, with all of your tempos and expressive markings clearly written in the score.

At the audition, we are interested in seeing the applicant’s level of accomplishment and musical knowledge. Students will be asked to perform any technical studies they are studying, major and minor scales. All students are asked to sight-read and demonstrate their knowledge of music theory. In addition to the above skills, jazz students are asked to improvise.

An optional Composition Focus is available to all Classical Music majors.

For specific questions regarding the Classical Music Admission Process, please contact:
Kelly Wills at 951.659.2171 x2341 or

For specific questions regarding the Jazz and Songwriting Music Admission Process, please contact:
Christy Wilke at 951.659.2171 x2223 or


The Theatre major offers concentrated pre-professional training. Training is Stanislavsky based and incorporates self-use techniques to guide students toward greater self-awareness and knowledge of the potentials of their own resources. The program offers disciplined training as exemplified in conservatory theatre training programs on the college level. Students declare an area of concentration in acting, musical theatre or theatrical design/technical theatre at the time of admission (or in their junior year). The curriculum includes classes in acting, mask characterization, Shakespeare, stage combat, stage movement, music fundamentals for musical theatre, acting for the camera, improvisation, scenery and costume design, stage management, musical theatre repertory, voice and diction, lighting and sound fundamentals, class voice and drafting for the theatre.

We strongly recommend that candidates audition during their campus visit. If a live audition is not possible, students must submit an American format DVD or provide an online audition on a site such as YouTube containing the following:

Acting or Musical Theatre: Two prepared monologues from memory of no more than two minutes each. One must be a Shakespearean verse monologue and one must be a monologue from a play written after 1900. Applicants must also sing sixteen bars of a song a capella.

Theatre and Production Design: Applicants must interview with the design faculty and/or submit a portfolio for review.

For specific questions regarding the Theatre Admission Process, please contact:
Colette Sims at 951.659-2171 x2344 or

Visual Arts

The Visual Art major emphasizes the practice of studio art by helping students develop a sensibility and commitment to the hands-on, experiential process of art making. Students are exposed to a variety of ideas, methods and materials to promote an expansion of their visual literacy. Students are also asked to enter into a critical and analytical investigation of the meaning and practice of studio art. All courses supplement studio practice with study of the historical, cultural and philosophical backgrounds of various periods and styles. The department also works to have students understand that art is a way to think critically and creatively about the world in which they live. The emphasis is on small classes and one-on-one interaction with a diverse, professional faculty.

Applicants must submit a portfolio of a representative number of works (approximately 10-20 pieces) that embody their own work. All submitted work must be the candidate’s original work and not in the Anime or Manga style. No modified or altered pieces will be accepted. Each piece must include a description of the type of project and/or title, description of mediums, and size and date. Images of art works should be submitted via email, on a CD (no more than 200 dpi) or as digital photo images of work in a bound folder.

Please note if you submit a portfolio via email: we have an allotted space of 1GB reserved for your entire portfolio submission, so be mindful of the size in megabytes of your upload. The dimensions (height and width) of your images should be kept to a manageable size to facilitate easier viewing. Please do not submit original works.

The portfolio must include approximately seven drawings of objects from direct observation—that is , not from photographs; three of these seven must be figure drawings. The portfolio must also include five other works that investigate a specific theme; these can use any medium as long as the works suggest a consistent investigation of your idea. The following questions must be answered:

  1. Describe your beliefs about the role of the artist in today’s world.
  2. What do you expect to gain from your experience at Idyllwild Arts?
  3. Do you intend to pursue visual arts in college and/or as a career?
  4. Describe some of your previous experience with visual arts classes, projects, summer programs and/or media you have an interest in.

For specific questions regarding the Film Admission Process, please contact:
Jara Ruiz-Anchia at 951.659.2171 x2347 or

Tuition / Scholarships / Financial Aid

Idyllwild Arts Academy is committed to supporting arts education for students from a wide variety of backgrounds, regardless of a family’s ability to pay the full tuition amount. We believe it is vital to a student’s current and future success to be surrounded by a culturally and socio-economically diverse student body. This gives our students a well-rounded foundation for the rest of their lives. We, therefore, encourage every family that is interested in an Idyllwild Arts education to apply.

Financial Aid Statistics

Percent of school receiving financial aid = 60%
Total financial aid budget = Greater than $5,000,000

Financial Aid is available and based on the the needs of each individual student. How To Apply…

Merit Scholarships are also available. Please consult with the Director of Enrollment Management for current opportunities. Learn More…

2017-2018 Cost of Attendance

Boarding Tuition: $61,600
Day Tuition: $38,500
Spring Boarding Tuition: $33,500
Spring Day Tuition: $19,000

Financial Supplement (Tuition and Fees)

Financial Aid Application (Parent’s Guide and Forms)

Frequently Asked Questions

How competitive is the admission process?

We accept two thirds of our applicants. The students who apply are usually the students who are meant to be here.

Is the Arts Academy only for students who plan to be professional artists?

No. We have an equal focus in academics. We have students who want to be professional artists, doctors, lawyers, teachers, etc. sapien.

What kind of academic opportunities are available?

We offer college preparatory academics with weighted honors courses, as well as onsite ACT, SAT and AP exams.

Where do Idyllwild Arts students go to college?

Our graduates are sought out by the top universities and colleges across the nation and abroad. They go on to places like Juilliard, Oberlin, Cooper Union, RISD, MICA, NYU, USC and UCLA.

Does IAA consider my academic grades when making a decision on my acceptance?

Yes. A 3.0 or above is desirable.

Does IAA require any testing?

All international applicants are interviewed by our faculty on Skype or in person to determine English level.

What is dorm life like?

We do our best to provide a family-like atmosphere in our dorms. There is close interaction between students and dorm parents, fostering an atmosphere of care and mutual understanding.

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How safe is the campus?

Extremely safe. It is located on the outskirts of the town of Idyllwild, where the population of less than four thousand includes many artists and very little crime. The campus has a security staff and all the dorms have security alarms.

Are there organized sports teams or opportunities for exercise?

Our students’ busy double schedules leave no time for organized sports, but Physical Education and dance classes and running club offer plenty of chances to exercise. Students also have opportunities for yoga, mounting biking, hiking, etc.

What kinds of health services are available to students?

A certified medical professional is available for student care twenty-four hours a day. The campus Health Center is staffed daily.

What do students do on the weekends?

Activities are organized for every weekend. These can include attending concerts in Los Angeles, student performances on campus, school dances, visits to Disneyland, etc.

What is the average class size?

The average class size is fifteen, allowing our teachers to give individual attention to every student.

How many students attend IAA?

We can accommodate slightly more than three hundred students.

What is the daily schedule like?

The daily schedule consists of morning academic classes and afternoon arts classes. A typical day begins with breakfast from 7:15 to 8, followed by academics until 1 pm, then lunch, followed by arts classes from 2 to 6:30. Dinner from 6 to 7 is followed by rehearsals or performances from 7 to 10 and quiet study time from 8:50 to 10. Students must be in their dorms by 10, with lights out by 10:30.

Do students receive help with the college search and application process?

Our team of college counselors work with students beginning in their 9th grade Life Skills course, and continuing through graduation. They offer assistance on the college search, application process, essay revision, testing, and financial aid. Representatives from top colleges and conservatories regularly visit campus for events such as our fall College Fair, a spring College Panel, and master classes. Arts Department Chairs, faculty, and our staff work together to help students research and gain admission to programs best suited for their interests.

Does the Academy offer Advanced Placement courses?

Our students do not have enough time in their busy schedule to take AP classes. However, we do offer weighted honors courses and AP exams.

Can I have a double major?

No. However, you could major in InterArts, which allows you to study more than one art discipline.

Is financial aid available?

Yes. More than sixty percent of our students receive financial aid, which totals over $5 million every year.

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Are merit scholarships available?

Idyllwild Arts Academy offers merit-based awards on a competitive basis to incoming students. These scholarships, among the highest honors given to Idyllwild Arts Academy’s students, are renewable through four years, subject to outstanding artistic and academic achievement as well as satisfactory behavior.

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Events & Performances

Idyllwild Arts invites you to any of the following events. Please let us know if you are interested in attending, email or call 951.468.7223

2nd Visual Arts Theme Show Opening Reception (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
3rd Fashion Show (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
6th Chamber Music Concert (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
7th Concert Choir (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
8th-10th Theatre Production - Welcome to Sleepy Hollow (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
January 2017
13th Intermester Visit Day (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
20th Visual Arts Junior Show Opening Reception (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
24th Music Department Concert (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
February 2017
4th Westridge Schools Summer Opportunities Fair – Pasadena, CA
5th Tips on Trips and Camps - Skirball Cultural Center, Los Angeles
11th Berklee College of Music High School Jazz Festival – Boston, MA
11th Idyllwild Arts Reception, Los Angeles
11th Millikan Middle School Presents Keynote Speaker - Pamela Jordan - Sherman Oaks, CA (2pm at Burrill Hall)
12th Audition Day, Los Angeles
16th-19th California State Music Education Conference (CASMEC) - San Jose, CA
18th Orchestra Concert (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
25th Raising Arizona Kids - Scottsdale, CA
March 2017
1st Creative Writing Junior Reading and InterArts Senior Show Gallery Reception (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
4th Creative Writing Junior Reading and InterArts Senior Show Gallery Reception (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
4th-5th Heard Museum Guild Indian Fair & Market – Phoenix, AZ
10th-12th -Theatre Production (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
14th Songwriting Concert (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
15th-17th Spring Dance Concert (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
16th Film Screenings (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
April 2017
11th Music Department Classical Voice Concert (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
10th-12th Music Department Jazz Combos (Idyllwild Arts Campus)
29th Student Showcase, Los Angeles
May 2017
6th Idyllwild Arts Reception, San Francisco
7th Town School Fair, San Francisco
June 2017
3rd Idyllwild Arts Reception, New York
Meet the Team
Director of Enrollment Management
Manager of Communications & International Student Relations
Assistant Director of Admission
Assistant Director of Admission and Financial Aid
Assistant Director of Admission
Admission Counselor
College Acceptances - 2015 and 2016

Agnes Scott College
Alfred University
Alonzo King LINES Ballet Training Program
American Academy of Dramatic Arts
American Musical and Dramatic Academy
American University of Paris
Arcadia University
Arizona State University
Art Center College of Design
Avans University of Applied Sciences
Baldwin Wallace University
Bard College
Baruch College, CUNY
Bates College
Belmont University
Beloit College
Bennington College
Berklee College of Music
Boston Conservatory
Boston University
Brown University
Butler University
Callifornia Institute of the Arts
California Polytechnic State University, Pomona
California State University, Fullerton
California State University, Long Beach
California State University, Los Angeles
California State University, Monterey Bay
California State University, Northridge
Capilano University
Carnegie Mellon University
Castleton University
Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London
Centro de DiSeño, Cine y Television
Chapman University
Chicago College of Performing Arts, Roosevelt University
Clark Atlanta University
Clark University
Cleveland Institute of Music
Collaborative Arts Project 21 Conservatory
College for Creative Studies
College Conservatory of Music, University of Cincinnati
Colorado School of Mines
Columbia College Chicago
Columbia College Hollywood
Connecticut College
Cornell University
Cornish College of the Arts
Creighton University
Denison University
Dominican University
Doshisha University
Earlham College
Elon University
Emerson College
Emily Carr University of Art and Design
Eugene Lang College
Fashion Institute of Technology
Fisk University
Florida International University
Florida Southern College
Fordham University
Frost School of Music, University of Miami
Furman University
George Mason University
Glorya Kaufman School of Dance, University of Southern California
Goldsmiths, University of London
Goucher College
Hamburg Ballet School
Hampshire College
Hiram College
Hobart and William Smith College
Hollins University
Howard University
Humboldt State University
Indiana University
Instituto Marangoni
Ithaca College
Kansas City Art Institute
Kingston University
Lafayette College
Lawrence University
Leeds College of Music
Lewis and Clark College
Liverpool Institute for the Performing Arts
London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London
Longy School of Music of Bard College
Loyola Marymount University
Loyola University New Orleans
Maryland Institute College of Art
Marymount California University
Marymount Manhattan College
Marymount Manhattan College
McGill University
Minneapolis College of Art and Design
Montana State University
Montclair State University
New England Conservatory
New England Conservatory of Music
The New School for Drama
The New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music
The New School of Jazz
New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts
New York Institute of Technology
New York University
Nicholls State University

Northern Arizona University
Northern Illinois University
Oberlin Conservatory of Music
Oklahoma City University
Oklahoma State University
Otis College of Art and Design
Otterbein University
Pace University
Paris College of Art
Parsons The New School for Design
Peabody Institute of Johns Hopkins University
Pepperdine University
Point Park University
Point Park University
Pratt Institute
Purchase College, SUNY
Reed College
Regis University
Rhode Island School of Design
Rider University
Ringling College of Art & Design
Ripon College
Rochester Institute of Technology
Roosevelt University, Chicago College of Performing Arts
Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama
Rutgers University
Saint Mary’s College of California
San Diego State University
San Francisco Art Institute
San Francisco Conservatory of Music
San Francisco State University
San Jose State
Santa Clara University
Santa Fe University of Art and Design
Sarah Lawrence College
Savannah College of Art and Design
School of the Art Institute of Chicago
School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
School of Visual Arts
Seattle Pacific University
Seton Hill University
Sewanee: The University of the South
Sophia University
Southern California Institute of Architecture
Spelman College
St. John’s College
St. John’s University
St. Lawrence University
St. Olaf College
State University of New York, Albany
State University of New York, Plattsburgh
Stevens Institute of Technology
SUNY, Buffalo
Syracuse University
Texas Christian University
Texas State University
Thomas College
University of Alabama
University of Arizona
University of British Columbia
University of California, Berkeley
University of California, Davis
University of California, Irvine
University of California, Los Angeles
University of California, Riverside
University of California, San Diego
University of California, Santa Barbara
University of California, Santa Cruz
University of Cincinnati
University of Colorado, Boulder
University of Colorado, Denver
University of Denver
University of Hartford, Hartt School of Music
University of Illinois, Chicago
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
University of Iowa
University of LaVerne
University of Miami
University of Michigan
University of Minnesota
University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
University of Montana, Missoula
University of North Texas
University of Oklahoma
University of Pittsburgh
University of Pittsburgh
University of Portland
University of Puget Sound
University of Redlands
University of San Francisco
University of Southern California
University of the Arts
University of the Arts, London
University of Utah
University of Victoria
University of Washington
University of Wisconsin, Madison
Ursinus College
Wagner College
Washington College
Webster University
Western Washington University
Willamette University
Woodbury University
York University

Contact Admission Office

Admission Office
Idyllwild Arts Academy

52500 Temecula Road
P. O. Box 38
Idyllwild, CA 92549-0038

Direct Line: 951.468.7223
Fax: 951.659.3168