Class Act

Class Act

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At one point or another, we have all dreamed about being a big-time celebrity.


Whether it be standing on a stage encompassed by thousands of fans just waiting for a song to float out between your lips, or being on a sound stage acting alongside some of the most prolific megastars recognized globally.


Celebrity status is a vision most see as attainable but not practical.


 For those men and women who actually dream of starring on 0208GIBBERMAN.gifBroadway or having a number one song on the Billboard Charts, The School for Creative and Performing Arts (SCPA) is the place to be to get on that celebrity track.


The school, which is responsible for stars such as Nick Lachey and Sarah Jessica Parker, blends professional training in the arts with college-preparatory, top-quality academic work, according to The SCPA Web site. “All the courses of arts and academics are intertwined to offer students a holistic, well-rounded education where they can excel in careers that range from creative performance to professional business.”


The SCPA is no longer holding auditions for the 2008-2009 school year, but auditions will begin again on Nov. 15 for the 2009-2010 school year. Students are encouraged to audition early because grade levels fill up quickly, according to the SCPA Web site.


For more information about applying for SCPA admissions, call (513) 363-8001 or click here.


Zac Collins