Auditions For Admission Continue At Cobb's Performing Arts Magnet
The Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts (CCCEPA) magnet program at Pebblebrook High School is currently holding auditions for the 2019-2020 school year. Auditions are held at all Cobb County middle schools through March and at private on-campus auditions through June. Applicants must be residents of the Cobb County School District or have plans to move to the district prior to enrollment.
Frank Timmerman, Director of CCCEPA, who attends the auditions personally, stated, "This year's auditions have been exceptional across the board. We've seen many talented applicants since auditions began in November, making next year's class one of the most promising yet."
As Cobb County's only performing arts magnet high school, CCCEPA is recognized nationally for its renowned programs and faculty, offering a robust and dynamic performing arts education in the disciplines of dance, vocal music, acting, and technical theatre. Classes range from introductory to advanced levels, and students are given the valuable opportunity to learn from professionals in the field while growing as individual artists and performers.
CCCEPA performing arts magnet graduates go on to attend highly selective and leading performing arts colleges throughout the United States. Last year's graduating class set a program record with $9.6 million in college scholarship offers. To date, CCCEPA alumni have been cast in 64 shows on Broadway. Other graduates have achieved success in various performing art fields, such as television, film, opera, arts management, arts education, and theatre all over the world.
CCCEPA recognizes that each student has a unique goal in mind for the future and is committed to giving students the resources and preparation necessary to reach for their dreams. To learn more about eligibility requirements and CCCEPA, or to schedule a private audition, visit their website at www.cccepa.com.