Frequently Asked Questions

Can you give me an overview of the program?

SSC will be an immersive, content rich, dynamically variegated and intensive experience. Students will be training in the vibrant, fertile environment of professional Christian theatre. All aspects of SSC are designed to support and promote maturity in students both professionally and personally.

Students will be in class and/or performing up to 10 hours a day, five days a week. Each week, students will train in acting, singing, dancing and related classes such as speech, movement and sight reading. Throughout each quarter, SSC will provide a wide range of seminars and classes to promote a more expansive theatre training experience. Additionally, at the end of each semester, a student "showcase" based on course work from that semester will be presented for faculty evaluation.

Please refer to the School Catalog for a detailed summary overview.

When is the school term?

January through December

What are the entrance requirements?

Applicants must be at least 17 years of age, hold a Christian worldview as expressed by SSC, and have either a High School diploma or GED.

How much is tuition?

Tuition will be $7,950 and must be paid by January 1 in its entirety before a student can begin the program. Tuition covers all student fees associated with the program, including all required textbooks and reading materials, all classroom/lab equipment and any SSC scheduled field trips in regards to transportation, event fee and a meal allowance.

What are the living expenses?

Students are responsible for housing, living expenses, transportation and insurance-related costs and provisions.

What is received upon completion?

Upon completing the program, students will be awarded a Certificate of Completion of the Sight & Sound Conservatory Performing Arts Program.