Would you recommend attending Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts if you had the choice? Why or why not?

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Anonymous, Student, Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts, Class of 2016

Of course I would! Dreyfoos is a place for all artists to improve themselves and their passion for art.

Anonymous, Student, Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts, Class of 2016

Yes, a thousand times yes. Though it is sort of selective in its audition process, each student has such an amazing time here. No matter how far you live, how different you are, where your're from, who you are, I'm 100% sure anyone can and will have an awesome 4-year experience at DSOA. Simply put: there's something for everyone.

Anonymous, Student, Alexander W Dreyfoos Junior School of the Arts, Class of 2016

I would recommend becoming a student of Dreyfoos to anyone. It's a comfortable place that allows students to develop as people and as artists. Over the three years that I've been going to Dreyfoos, the school has become like my second home, and I think every student deserves to think of high school like that, and to get the opportunities that we get at Dreyfoos. The school prepares you for the real world, and it challenges students in the best way possible. As a new student, you form a family with everyone. Not only your friends, but teachers and administrators as well. This photo is of the senior dance competition at Dreyfoos' Spirit Week. Every day, the grades get a dress up theme like Music genre day, and each grade gets a different genre. At the end of the week, we have a pep rally, where the grades compete in games like Tug of War, musical chairs, and dance.

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