Academy Students and Families
Welcome Academy Students and Families
At Interlochen Arts Academy, young artists find the high school they may only have imagined possible. Here, you’ll find information to help you prepare for the Academy, understand the wide array of campus resources available to support students, and find ways to stay engaged as a family. If you need assistance, please call the Student Affairs Office at 231.276.7378 or email email@example.com.
Preparing for Academy
What to pack, how to prepare, and what to expect
Academy Student Support
Resources for current Academy students
Academy Family Resources
Resources for families to keep in touch
Education Community Login
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Arts Academy News & Features
Here are six things that set the boarding school experience apart.
The class is a unique opportunity made possible by instructor Gulshirin Dubash, who studied with the Noh Training Project.
Students performed on world-class stages, toured New York arts organizations, and explored some of the city's most famous attractions.
Hickman plans to start a bowl station, incorporate student recipes, and bring in additional international cuisine.
“Cinderella” will air on Detroit Public Television at 9 p.m. ET April 24 and will be made available on demand at dptv.org and via the Detroit Public Television PBS Video app.
Lucy Lombardo, an eighth grader from Honeoye, New York, has been selected to receive a full-tuition scholarship to attend Interlochen Arts Academy as a Creative Writing major.