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Los Angeles County High School for the Arts


Located on the campus of California State University, Los Angeles, LACHSA is one of the premier public arts high schools in the country. Through a specialized program that combines top-notch academics with conservatory-style artistic training, LACHSA’s students receive a world-class education at this tuition-free public high school.

A Premier Public Institution

Founded in 1985, LACHSA now serves over 600 teens pursuing a first-rate high school arts education, from all over Los Angeles County. LACHSA offers five academic disciplines: Dance, Music, Cinematic Arts, Visual Arts, and Theatre. Students are required to audition for admission to one of these departments. Through this partnership between the County of Los Angeles and California State University, Los Angeles, students have access to innovative programs which prepare them for future success in the next phase of their academic and/or artistic careers.  

GRoW Support

2017 – General Operating Support & Programming – LA Opera Rigoletto Art Poster Contest

To learn more, visit LACHSA


VIDEO: LACHSA students get involved with LA Opera and GRoW @ Annenberg's Annual Poster Contest.

The cast of Rigoletto with Regina and Gregory Annenberg Weingarten. Photo courtesy of LA Opera by Steve Cohn Photography.

LACHSA students have their winning posters for the GRoW and LA Opera Annual Poster Contest, on display. Photo courtesy of LA Opera by Steve Cohn Photography.

LACHSA students have their winning posters for the GRoW and LA Opera Annual Poster Contest, on display. Photo courtesy of LA Opera by Steve Cohn Photography.

The cast of Rigoletto with Regina and Gregory Annenberg Weingarten. Photo courtesy of LA Opera by Steve Cohn Photography.

LACHSA students have their winning posters for the GRoW and LA Opera Annual Poster Contest, on display. Photo courtesy of LA Opera by Steve Cohn Photography.

LACHSA students have their winning posters for the GRoW and LA Opera Annual Poster Contest, on display. Photo courtesy of LA Opera by Steve Cohn Photography.


 

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