Prospective Students

Explore

Register for an Info Session:

Our website is a great place to learn more about SPCPA, but when you are ready for more, the first thing to do is to join us for an Info Session.

Info sessions happen twice per month and give you the opportunity to hear about our arts and academics programs and engage with a student panel. Day time Info Sessions also include a tour of our facilities.

To see dates and register for an Info Session please complete THIS GOOGLE FORM

Interact

Register for a Shadow Day:

Experience a day in the life of an SPCPA student through a Shadow Day!

Prospective students are matched with a host student and accompany them to arts and academic classes.

Shadow Days are offered every other week on Wednesdays.

To see dates and register for a Shadow Day please complete THIS GOOGLE FORM

Schedule a Private Tour:

Private tours are available on Fridays and are a personalized way to experience SPCPA.
Meet with our Recruitment Specialist, take a tour of our arts and academic spaces and get your individual questions answered.

Click here to schedule your Private Tour.

Apply

Ready to apply?
We are ready for you!


Download and complete our
2022-2023 Application Form

Download and complete our
2023-2024 Application Form


Send your completed Application to us:

  • Email completed applications to either: reilings@spcpa.org
  • Mail completed applications to:   SPCPA, 16 W 5th Street, St Paul, MN 55102.

QUESTIONS?

Contact Genevieve Bennett
Recruitment Specialist
bennettg@spcpa.org 

Thank you for your interest in Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists. Our school has been a great fit for many students with a passion for the performing arts. We hope it will be for you too!
We look forward to connecting with you about SPCPA!

For more information regarding SPCPA admissions process, please see our Admission Policy here.

For more information on Out-of-State Residency and Tuition, please review here.

It is SPCPA’s policy to provide equal educational opportunity for all students.  The school does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, gender identity, marital status, parental status, status with regard to public assistance, disability, sexual orientation or age.  The Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists also makes reasonable accommodations for disabled students.