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At The SAE, nothing about the education we provide is cookie-cutter. Instead, each student here is treated as the individual they are, and is mentored in a way that suits them and the passions they choose to pursue.

Because of this, our instructors work together to create a learning approach that focuses on the growth of each student as a whole. With us, it’s about more than just grading and testing - we’re here to encourage and inspire our students to be the next generation of innovators and creators as they prepare to move from the classroom to the workplace. 

That methodology has become the foundational key to our college preparatory curriculum - the same one that proudly boasts an exceptional graduation rate among our senior class year-after-year. Out of those graduating classes, our students are accepted into colleges and universities all over the country.

But how, exactly?

Producing 8th, 10th, and 12th grade portfolios provides a framework for developing well-rounded citizens that are fully prepared to succeed in a rapidly evolving professional world. This is only further reinforced with the extensive amount of exhibition work and pre-professional performance that our staff and students put together each season - one of the largest Visual and Performing Arts seasons of its kind in the country.

We offer extracurricular opportunities built upon art and academics through the form of clubs, dances, internships, field trips and more. We push the boundaries of student-commissioned media with our nationally-recognized literary magazine, Electric. A foundational high-school business curriculum is supplemented by our creative arts program that motivates students to take control of their own personal brand and make it work for them. 

Yes, all of this is part of The School of Arts + Enterprise. So what are you waiting for?


“The SAE has helped me grow as not just an artist, but a person. I can't imagine where I'd be without the SAE, and I'm so grateful to have had the opportunity to attend.”

~ Janessa Gauthier, Class of 2022