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Arts High School info session slated

The Perpich Center for Arts Education, Golden Valley, Minn., will hold an information session for educators, students and parents interested in the Arts High School from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the AmericInn, Interstate 94 and Highway 75, Moo...

The Perpich Center for Arts Education, Golden Valley, Minn., will hold an information session for educators, students and parents interested in the Arts High School from 10 a.m. to noon Saturday at the AmericInn, Interstate 94 and Highway 75, Moorhead.

The Arts High School is a tuition-free public high school open to all Minnesota residents entering the 11th or 12th grade. It provides an academic program with intensive coursework focused on the arts.

About 300 students from across the state are enrolled at the school. Each focuses on one of the school's arts programs: dance, music, theater, literary, media and visual arts.

There is a supervised residential facility on the school campus for students from outside the Twin Cities.

For more information, call (763) 591-4710 or (800) 657-3515 or visit www.pcae.k12.mn.us .

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