The High School Division is open to students who are at least 14 by the start date of their program and have not yet completed one year as a full-time college student.
Programs in the High School Division range from two weeks to six weeks. Students in the High School Division will interact with older students at concerts, in studio and masterclasses, and in the cafeteria, providing valuable opportunities for guidance and mentorship. However, high school students have their own ensembles, their own residences, their own campus life system, and their own social activities.
Students come from nearly every state and in fact, from around the world. Their backgrounds are different, but all are gifted and driven to musical excellence. Each student contributes to the unique community that is the hallmark of Brevard. The environment allows students to surpass themselves as musicians, as artists.
To apply to Brevard, you must:
Audition requirements vary by program. Applications and auditions must be complete by the posted deadline. (Applications remain open until enrollment is complete.)
Tuition varies by program type and length. Tuition is an all-inclusive fee. There are no extra fees for private lessons, food service, concert admission, or access to on-campus health services.
Yes. Brevard offers scholarship support according to a student's audition and demonstrated financial need, and program need. In 2019, Brevard provided scholarship support to more than 70% of its students.
Scholarships from Brevard come in three forms:
Requesting financial aid is simple – it's part of Brevard's online application process. Learn more in the Scholarships section of our FAQ page.