Governor’s School for the Arts

From cities and suburbs from farms and coal fields, from every corner of the Commonwealth, Kentucky’s most talented, creative high school students gather for three weeks each summer to learn and grow together at the Governor’s School for the Arts (GSA).

Juniors and seniors in high school are offered in-depth instruction in one of seven artistic disciplines: creative writing, dance, drama, instrumental music, musical theater, visual art or vocal music. Over 1,200 students audition for the program each year at four sites across Kentucky. Each spring, approximately 230 students are selected for GSA, an honor which includes: full tuition, room and board to attend the school; the opportunity to learn in a supportive community of distinguished master-teachers; the chance to audition for scholarships before the nation’s top colleges and universities; the excitement of performing at the Student Performance Festival at the conclusion of the program; and serious fun!


For more information, contact:
Paul Diehl

Paul Diehl


Email: diehl@trinityrocks.com
Phone: 502.736.8212

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