Yesterday, a representative from Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp spoke to the 7th, 8th grade bands, as well as the Jazz Ensemble, about opportunities at Blue Lake during Summer
2020. He will return on Friday, December 6th to conduct scholarship auditions for any students interested in the program. Please note - the opportunity is open to grade 5-12 even though he was only able to speak to a limited amount of students.
Below is a letter he asked us to share with you.
If you have any questions or concerns, do not hesitate to contact us by email or phone.
Mr. Heath and Mr. Herrmann
Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp is a non-profit summer school of the arts specializing in two-week arts programs for intermediate and high school students. Phil Louden, Ohio Scholarship Representative from Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp will be visiting our school on Friday, December 6th to evaluate students for scholarships and share some information about Blue Lake’s summer camp.
Any student who auditions will be considered for scholarship aid toward tuition to attend the camp. The camp is open to all music (vocal and instrumental), drama, and art students. Vocal and instrumental students can play a piece for the class literature. Art students will need to share 3-4 samples of their art work (photos of work would be acceptable). Drama students should come with a 1-2 minute monologue to present. Dance students must audition at a regional site for scholarship consideration.
Blue Lake offers a wide variety of scholarships based on merit, audition, and financial need. About 3 weeks after your child auditions, you will receive a packet with the audition results.
The audition does not obligate or enroll you child in the camp. Should your child choose to attend the camp, an application will be included in your audition packet.
If you would like more information about the camp, check out Blue Lake’s website at: http://www.bluelake.org.
Blue Lake Scholarship Representative
Phone: (614) 560.4544