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Admission Process

Accepting Applications for Spring and Fall 2024
December 1, 2023 – Early Decision Deadline – Fall 2024
January 15, 2024 – Regular Decision Deadline – Fall 2024
February 1, 2024 – Financial Aid Deadline – Fall 2024

Admission

The Admission team is excited to meet you and we are here to help you through the admission process. Please contact us if you have any questions!

Admission Process

The Ƶ Arts application process is designed to give you the opportunity to demonstrate your desire to join our collaborative, creative community, discover and develop your own unique voice, and grow as an artist. The process consists of three parts:

Create an online to begin your application and remit your application fee:

  • $60.00 for U.S. applicants
  • $100.00 for International applicants

We also accept the .

A parent or guardian must complete the Confidential Parent Questionnaire

One-Year Seniors and Post-Graduates – The following should be submitted along with your application: TOEFL score for international One-Year Seniors and Post-Graduates, PSAT, or ACT score for domestic One-Year Seniors and Post-Graduates, Transcripts for all the years you have attended high school, 3.0 GPA minimum

Depending on the selected art major, applicants must either audition, submit a portfolio, or present an essay. For specific details on requirements by major, please refer to the Audition and Portfolio Requirements page.

Three years of school transcripts (unofficial transcripts are fine). We require a minimum of 3.0 GPA

  • Homeschool Requirements: In order to be considered for admission to Ƶ, students who are homeschooled must participate in a state recognized homeschooling program. If transcripts are not available through your homeschooling program, please submit the following materials in lieu of transcripts:
  • Documentation of compliance with a state-accredited homeschooling program
  • A comprehensive description of the homeschooling curriculum, outlining coursework and books used
  • Grades for each course taken with a description of grading standards
  • SSAT testing results or those of another standardized test (required for rising 11th and 12th grade students only)
  • Parents must prepare a written statement: What factors played into your decision to homeschool your child? How do you feel your child will perform in an independent school environment both socially and academically?

Applicants must complete a personal interview, which may be conducted online or in-person during a campus visit.

For International Students please contact Don Stoll, International Student Coordinator – dstoll@idyllwildarts.org

For Domestic Students please contact Admission Team – admissionteam@idyllwildarts.org

The Artistic Reference form should be completed by a teacher or private instructor who has recently taught the applicant in their chosen arts discipline.

Please send to admissionteam@idyllwildarts.org

The Academic Reference form should be completed by a recent Academic teacher or instructor.

Please send to admissionteam@idyllwildarts.org

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Admission Policy

Ƶ admits students of any sex, race, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or gender identification to all the rights, privileges, programs and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of sex, race, religion, color, national and ethnic origin, sexual orientation, or gender identification in administration of its educational policies, scholarship and financial planning, and athletic and other school-administered programs.

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Admission Office
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52500 Temecula Road #38
Ƶ, CA 92549-0038
(951) 468-7223
admissionteam@idyllwildarts.org