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CoSA Prospective Student Workshop

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Tuesday, January 20, 2015: 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
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CoSA Prospective Student Workshop

January 20, 2015


If you plan on applying to CoSA for the 2015-16 school year, this is the Workshop for you! Get tips on performing your best audition, how to put together a portfolio that shows off your talents and learn interview techniques from the pros! Meet in the Black Box at 6:00 to review CoSA's application and acceptance process, then you'll go to the conservatory of your choice to get in-depth audition/interview information. No need to RSVP. We look forward to meeting you!

Event Description

Students from around San Diego County who are in 8th, 9th and 10th grade with a craving for creativity are invited to CoSA's Prospective Student Workshop on Tuesday January 20 from 6:00 – 7:30 p.m. at Coronado High School, 650 D Avenue, Coronado CA  92118.

Meet in the Black Box at 6:00, then students will go to the conservatory of their choice: Classical & Contemporary Dance, Digital Arts - Animation/Graphic Design/Filmmaking/Game Design, Instrumental Music, Musical Theatre & Drama, Technical Theatre, TV Broadcasting or Visual Arts  to get in-depth audition/interview information. Students will be guided through CoSA’s application and audition/interview process, and be able to ask questions and talk to faculty members one-on-one.

Each year, CoSA students and its faculty earn local and national awards. COSA’s students have gone on to the nation’s most prestigious colleges and universities, including Massachusetts Institute of Technology  (MIT), Harvard University,  Berklee School of Music, UCLA and the UCLA School of Theatre, Film and  Television, Northwestern, Stanford, USC, NYU, and many others.  CoSA’s students are trained and prepared to work in their artistic fields, and their unique, inquiring minds with a desire to create are in demand in today’s highly competitive college applicant pool.

CoSA has been called San Diego County’s premier arts conservatory and is the winner of numerous prestigious arts awards.