A California State-Accredited, Non-Profit, Tuition-Free, No-Audition-Required, Charter School

ART + DANCE + DESIGN + MUSIC + PHOTOGRAPHY + THEATRE

Prepared For Success

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Majors + Dual Majors

FIND YOUR PATH: Our concentrations allow students to test out their artistic pursuits till they find one that’s right for them. Unlock your creativity through 7 different Major and 5 Dual Major distinctions.

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Tuition Free

NO COST TO YOU : Our tuition free and audition free standard allows each and every student the opportunity to receive a world-class 21st century education without barriers.

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Cities

NO LIMIT ON LOCATION : Unlike other schools, you don’t have to live nearby to attend The SAE - instead, students from all over Southern California travel to be a part of our culture we have here. 60% of students are local Pomona residents and 40% of students commute from over 35 different cities!

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Students

A SMALL CAMPUS ENVIRONMENT: With only 750 6th - 12th grade students, SAE students benefit from an intimate learning environment and small classes sizes.

News and Announcements

The Luci Berger Community Dance Center at The School of Arts and Enterprise

We are so very pleased to share that beginning in May we will see the opening of The SAE's newest facility in the Pomona Arts Colony - The Luci Berger Community Dance Center at The School of Arts + Enterprise.  Beginning this summer - The Berger will become another home to SAE DANCE and serve a variety of critical purposes for The SAE's Department of Dance and its ongoing growth.

New partnership with Western University of Health Sciences for after school youth programming!

The School of Arts + Enterprise is excited to announce a new partnership with Western University of Health Sciences in development of a community and youth engagement space. Thanks to the generosity of Western University, The School of Arts + Enterprise will be opening the doors to SAE Create: A Downtown Pomona Community Space located on the ground floor of 100 W 2nd Street (The Anderson Tower). Programs and services hosted at SAE Create will be available to all, not only SAE students and families. Our partners at Day One will take residence in one of the offices and provide our inaugural programming; including a Youth Advocate Program, drop in study zones and community workshops. We are excited to see how else this space might be used to empower local youth and families and are encouraged by its potential for a positive impact on our community. Please contact The SAE for more information!

“The School of Arts + Enterprise pushed me to find my passions and push myself to go beyond what I could’ve even imagined.”

~ Kaya McWilliams, Class of 2022