It's never too early to start preparing. The first step is getting familiar with the application process. Please explore the following documents and remember to contact us if you have any questions. These documents are for reference only and may change from year-to-year. Audition Requirements 2018-2019 Elementary School audition requirements 2018-2019 Middle School audition requirements 2018-2019 High School audition requirements Audition Rubrics Choir Audition Elementary Choir Audition Middle School Choir Audition High School Dance Audition Elementary Dance Audition Middle School Dance Audition High School Elementary Theater Audition Middle School Theater Audition High School Theater Audition High School Musical Theater Audition High School Tech Theater Audition Visual Arts Elementary Visual Arts Middle School Visual Arts High School Monologue/Poem Resources Poem Options for Grades 3-4 Elementary Girls Monologue for Grades 3-4 Elementary Girls Monologue for Grades 5-6 Elementary Boys Monologue for Grades 3-4 Elementary Boys Monologue for Grades 5-6 Elementary Choir Option
Students from accepted ISDs may gain admission to FWAFA by completing an application and auditioning. Students and parents may submit applications for the next school year during the open enrollment period in January, at which time the students will be assigned to their auditions. FWAFA accepts new students at every grade level starting in 3rd grade - but please keep in mind that acceptance is limited due to small class sizes.
First thing is to just remember to breathe! Even for the most confident performer, an audition can be daunting. At FWAFA, we get that – and strive to make our application and audition process a positive experience for aspiring artists. Students may audition in choir, dance, theater or the visual arts. Elementary and middle school students must choose two of these artistic areas in which to audition. High school students must audition in one artistic area. All auditions take place on the FWAFA campus. Applicants will be scored on a rubric for their chosen artistic disciplines, then ranked according to grade level to determine acceptance or placement on the wait lists. Students must meet a minimum required score for acceptance. Students will not receive a copy of their completed rubric or score.
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Join us to learn about the school, take a tour, and receive general answers about the application and audition process. Jan. 17 | 5:30 – 6:30 pm Jan. 22 | 5:30 – 6:30 pm Jan. 31 | 5:30 – 6:30 pm
Meet with a Fine Arts representative to learn the basics of auditioning. They’ll help you know what to expect so you can audition with confidence! Dec. 1 | 9:00 am - 12:15 Jan. 19 | 9:00 am - 12:15 3rd Grade 9:00 – 10:15 am 4th Grade 9:30 – 10:45 am 5th & 6th Grades 10:00 – 11:15 am 7th & 8th Grades 10:30 – 11:45 am 9th - 12th Grades 11:00 – 12:15 pm