COLLEGE SHOWCASE 2020
NOVEMBER 18 - 21
As Dallas’ revolutionary high school for 21st century scholar artists, we provide intensive, integrated training to build a bridge to the post-secondary and professional world.
We are an intersection of innovation and creation. We are a home to the young artists and thinkers who will write the next chapter of our society.
Because our kids are the SmARTest!
Each year seniors at Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts apply to and are accepted at some of the most prestigious colleges, universities and conservatories in the United States. In the last three years, 100% of BTW seniors graduate from high school and an incredible 98% go onto enroll in college. In 2019, 233 graduating seniors were offered over $62 million dollars in scholarship money!
Not only do BTW seniors receive extraordinary amounts of scholarship offers, they are accepted at and attend amazing colleges across the country. Our graduates are off to schools as varied as Goldsmiths in London, Harvard, Yale, Johns Hopkins, NYU, USC, UCLA, University of Texas, George Washington, Berklee, Columbia, The New School, Juilliard, SMU and more!
Where do they Go?
Dallas Morning News: Connick praised the city of Dallas for its support of music’s future through the “phenomenal” Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts. He was blown away by the facilities and the students during an impromptu visit.
GuideLive: Connick was clearly impressed with the Dallas arts high school. “When I was a kid, I always dreamed of attending a school like this,” he said. “It’s like Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory for artists.”
"Booker T. is on the world's artistic map." ~ Glenn Close
Kevin Bacon visits Booker T.
The Dallas Observer: Booker T., where he'd spoken to about 400 students and dropped in on classrooms earlier in the day, is wonderful. "I wish I'd had that as a kid," he said.
Theater Jones: After almost every question, Chenoweth went on about how emotional it was for her to be in the midst of young artists and how they inspired her. What the Nasher audience also didn't get was Chenoweth singing, a cappella, "Popular" from Wicked when the students asked her if she'd grace us with her voice. She did this despite having bronchitis, which she has been Tweeting about for days. She also praised a Booker T. student who, before the panel took the stage, sang "For Good" from Wicked.
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