Each summer, AMDA's High School Summer Conservatory provides world-class performing arts training - changing the lives of young performers.
Choose between AMDA campuses in New York City or Hollywood for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to live and train in the heart of the entertainment capitals of the world.
2018 High School Summer Conservatory Session Dates
Session 1: July 1-14 (NYC + LA)
Session 2: July 15-28 (NYC + LA)
Session 3: July 29-Aug 11 (NYC)
- Residential and commuter camps in NYC and LA.
- Open to all talented high school students completing grades 8-12 during the 2017/18 school year.
Please call 323-603-5932 or email email@example.com for more information.
We're filling up fast, so please apply now if you're interested and deposit now if you are accepted.
Our classes are kept small to maximize our students' experience while at AMDA. Waitlists are available for all closed sections. Please contact us directly for information on our waitlist opportunities and policies. Please call 323-603-5932 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Open / Full + Closed
Life at the Summer Conservatory
At AMDA Hollywood or AMDA New York, your days will be filled with dynamic performing arts classes and your nights spent in rehearsals. Finally, your new skills and hard work will culminate in a Final Performance production in front of friends, family and the AMDA community.
Snapshot of your day
Each session offers specialized courses, rehearsals, and performances. Students also have the opportunity to experience the vibrance of New York City or Hollywood by going on exciting field trips, attending professional shows, and enjoying social events with your fellow performers, all while getting a preview of college life at AMDA.
At the conclusion of the program, all students perform in a Final Performance production, which is filmed by a professional camera crew. All families receive a digital copy of student performances, free of charge.
Deposit now to save your place in the 2018 High School Summer Conservatory.