Perpich Arts High School is taking additional applications for the 2013-14 school year in the following areas:
All applications for this round of admissions are due no later than 4:30 p.m. Friday, April 26. There will be no exceptions to this deadline.
Applications may be delivered through any of the following methods:
At the time of submission, each application must include the application form, a brief essay by the student, a letter of recommendation from an academic teacher and the studentâ€™s most up-to-date unofficial transcript from his or her home school.
Those students whose applications receive initial approval will receive letters inviting them to admission reviews on May 13-14. Please ignore the dates offered on the application form and simply mark the art area in which the student wants to apply. Students who applied during the first admission period and were denied may not reapply at this time.
For more information, please contact the Admissions Department. By phone at 763-279-4200 or 1-800-657-3515 toll free from outside the metro area.
Individuals with disability who need reasonable accommodation to participate in this event please call 763-279-4200, or 800-657-3515 or through MN Relay service at 711, five days prior to event.
For more information, or to make a reservation contact the Admissions office.
The Arts High school is located at 6125 Olson Memorial Highway, in Golden Valley. Directions to the Arts High School.
The Arts High School School Profile (pdf) contains more information about classes and the class of 2012.
Our students have gone on to attend the nation’s top colleges and universities, including eight of the top ten liberal arts colleges and four of the top five national universities as ranked by US News and World Report. The young men and women from the class of 2009 were accepted to 60 colleges in 18 states, and England. Approximately 80% will attend college in the fall. Arts High School graduates go on to success in many different endeavors. Many choose to continue their studies in music, visual art, dance, media arts, theater, or literary arts. Others may choose a different field of study or career path. Whether they go on to work, travel, college, or other adventures–Arts High School graduates take with them the ability to learn, collaborate, create, and contribute.
Postsecondary Information (pdf) (where AHS graduates have gone to college).