Youth & Education
School of American Ballet
Located in Manhattan, the nation's premier ballet academy has trained dancers for companies across the globe and serves as the official school of ...
In 1893, two Wellesley College graduates founded the Walnut Hill School for the Arts, a private boarding school for girls. In the 1970s, Walnut Hill transitioned into a coeducational, independent school for the arts. The school requires all students to major in one of five disciplines: dance; theater; visual art; music; or writing, film, and media arts. Students take courses in their specialization in the afternoons and early evenings, and spend the mornings exploring a range of subjects including mathematics, history, and science. This blend of coursework enables students to engage in intensive pre-professional training as well as a rigorous academic curriculum.