ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon
ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Connecticut for:
Academics and Faculty
Tuition and Acceptance Rate
- Middle schoolers are young people in the midst of change, growing into new identity and seeking a place in the community. ATLAS helps guide middle schoolers through this exciting, challenging time. With just 15 - 18 students in a class, the learning environment is supportive. Teachers know their students well and can work with them one-on-one.In a small class, students have room to question, experiment, and grow. Ask any group of middle schoolers an interesting question, and each one will have an opinion. ATLAS teachers foster genuine conversation-including respectful exchanges when opinions differ.Theatre is an ideal medium for middle schoolers navigating change. As they study plays of many societies, students find a wide spectrum of situations and behaviors. Examining characters` motives helps them understand the emotions and values of others-as well as their own. They find insights that will stay with them for years and help them become the people they want to be.
- At ATLAS, theatre is a source of empathy and connection and an avenue for global enquiry. Students learn that they are part of a shared human experience that transcends borders and differences. Therefore, a diverse student community is critical to ATLAS. Student cohorts include many ethnic and socio-economic backgrounds. LGBTQIA+ students, exceptional students, and students of varying life experiences are gladly welcomed. Student financial aid is essential to this mission. All students of all backgrounds deserve the opportunity to learn and grow at ATLAS. Fifty percent of current ATLAS students receive financial aid.This percentage is comparable to or greater than those of similar independent schools in the region. Our commitment to financial aid ensures that the student body will always include diverse ways of thinking and being. As the students interact with each other, they grow into a broad understanding of the human community.
- ATLAS is part of Neighborhood Music School (NMS) in New Haven - the largest nonprofit community arts organization in Connecticut, founded in 1911 and now serving 2,400 students of all ages and backgrounds. Since its founding, NMS has understood the power of the arts to transform lives, strengthen communities, and nurture personal development and wellbeing. ATLAS alsos engages the cultural richness of our surrounding community through multifaceted partnerships with organizations such as Long Wharf Theatre and through student-driven service projects.
Frequently Asked Questions
How much does ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon cost?
ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon's tuition is approximately $26,000 for private students.
What is the acceptance rate of ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon?
The acceptance rate of ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon is 80%, which is higher than the national average of 68%.
What is ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon's ranking?
ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon ranks among the top 20% of private schools in Connecticut for: Highest percentage of faculty with advanced degrees.
When is the application deadline for ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon?
The application deadline for ATLAS - Academic Theatre Lab on Audubon is Jan. 15 / rolling (applications are due on Jan. 15 but additional applications are reviewed year-round as space permits ).
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