AAA is closely monitoring the weather and will announce any potential closures through social media, email and voice calls. Any closures will be considered a "Missed Day" and will be made up during the May Memorial Holiday (week of May 16-20, 2022). Stay Tuned.
about 2 years ago, Dr. Allison Roberts, CEO
Congratulations to Arkansas Arts Academy students who made Arkansas All-State Choir. Victoria Melchor Caitlyn Rowland Demetrio Solis Bowan Carr Kendall Hunnicutt
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
 Arkansas All-State Choir
AAA Choir Students
AAA Choir Students
AAA Jazz Band visited the residents at Grand Book Memory Care. Dr. Patrick Sallings is the director of the AAA Jazz band and is committed to involving students in connecting with our community. Thank you, Dr. Sallings, for providing this opportunity
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
Grand Brook Memory Care
AAA student at AAA Brook Memory Care
Last weekend our theatre department virtually attended the Arkansas State Thespian Festival. We had several students participate in workshops with industry professionals (Acting for Film, Lighting Design, Comedy Writing, Improvisation, Puppetry, Building a Better Portfolio, Directing, and many more). We also had some students receive recognition for their excellence. Two of our seniors, John Laing and Gianna Corbino, auditioned for performance scholarships. As a result, John and Gianna received collective awards of over $84,000 in scholarships from Southeast Missouri State University, Greensboro College, Ouachita Baptist University, New York Film Academy, University of Arkansas Little Rock, and Southern Arkansas University. Additionally, Eleni Konomi and John Laing were individually awarded a $12,000 scholarship from the Savannah College of Art and Design. John for his presentation in the Lighting Design category, and Eleni for her performance in the Solo Musical category. Both students were also awarded a "Superior" rating and were nominated for "Best in Show" by the festival judges. Overall the Arkansas Arts Academy walked away from the weekend with our students gaining a lot of excellent industry knowledge, some invaluable audition experience, and over $108,000 in scholarship offers. Yay Thespians!
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
AAA Thespians!
Arkansas Thespians
Arkansas Dance Network hosted the first Arkansas Middle School Dance Festival at Arkansas Arts Academy. Thank you to Horace Mann Middle School and Hot Springs World Class High School for bringing the most engaged, joyful, and kind students to this event! Thank you to the directors and teachers who attended this event and stayed with us the following day for professional development.
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
African Dance Class at AMSDF
East Indian Dance Class at AMSDF
Arkansas Middle School Dance Festival 2022
Pacific Island Dance Class
The AAA February Teachers of the Month were honored last night by the School Board- Amanda Shover, (Counselor, EMS), Tarryn Thomas (Counselor, HS) and Shelley Aagard, (Dance, HS). Congratulations to these amazing teachers! #arkansasartsacademy
over 2 years ago, Dr Bryan Appleton
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All 10th and 11th graders have been enrolled in ACT prep courses through On-to-College. These courses are free of charge thanks to the AR Dept. of Ed. Students received an email with login instructions today. Encourage your student to engage in these self-paced online courses designed to raise their test-taking skills & ACT scores. If you have any questions, please contact Heather Davis at
over 2 years ago, Heather Davis
On-to-College Logo
Congratulations again to the Fashion Design department and Emily Konomi for receiving the Career and Technical Education Start-up Grant for $22,374.32. This Grant will allow the fashion and costume design program to expand to include interior design. In addition, AAA will purchase new equipment for the department, including embroidery machines.
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
Fashion by AAA students
AAA honors our K-12 school counselors this week and every week. Thank you Amanda Shover (EMS), Tarryn Thomas and Kim Miller (HS) for your continued hard work, dedication to our students and time spent above and beyond for our school community. We are forever grateful!
over 2 years ago, Dr. Allison Roberts, CEO
The Junior High Girls and Boys basketball teams finished their seasons tonight with hard fought losses in the conference tournament at Eureka Springs. A big shout out to these hard working Diamonds. # DiamondBasketball
over 2 years ago, Matt Young
AAA was thrilled that Alumni Heidee Alsdorf returned to share her knowledge and gifts with AAA Dancers. After graduating from Arkansas Arts Academy, Heidee graduated with a Dance B.F.A. from UALR and M.F.A in Physical Theatre from Accademia dell’Arte (IT). Heidee now resides in Tuscany, Italy, where she continues work as a performing artist.
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
In Class with Hiedee Alsdorf
Improvisation with Heidee Alsdorf
Dancing with Heidee Alsdorf
More Dance with Heidee Alsdorf
Congratulations to Emily Konomi for receiving funding through Her costume and fashion design students will engage in the world of puppet building. Students will employ various sewing techniques and produce a puppet show for the EMS campus.
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
EMS Student with Puppet
HS student working on puppet
Student engaging in puppet creation
AAA has created an easy way for our community to provide feedback. We want to hear from you!
over 2 years ago, Dr. Allison Roberts, CEO
parent feedback
Due road conditions, AAA will have another remote learning day tomorrow, Friday, Feb. 4, 2022. Teachers will reach out to students. All student activities on Friday will be canceled or postponed. Stay safe and warm and enjoy the weekend. See everyone on site Monday, Feb. 8.
over 2 years ago, Dr. Allison Roberts, CEO
AAA will continue remote learning on Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022. This will be an Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) day. Teachers will continue to communicate learning expectations with students via email or through google classrooms.
over 2 years ago, Dr. Allison Roberts, CEO
Arkansas Arts Academy will host the Music Education Initiative to present a Production and Workforce Technical Training Program on Monday, February 10th at 6 pm. This workshop is open to the public. You may register online at
over 2 years ago, Amy Kessler
Open to the Public
Come watch your Diamond basketball teams play tonight vs Lifeway. JH girls tip off at 5, followed by HS girls and the night ends with the HS boys around 7. #DiamondBasketball
over 2 years ago, David Skelton
Due to the predicted inclement weather, AAA will have a remote learning day on Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022. This will be an Alternative Methods of Instruction (AMI) day. Chromebooks have been sent home along with teacher expectations. Decisions about Thurs. announced tomorrow.
over 2 years ago, Dr. Allison Roberts, CEO
AAA is monitoring the weather and will announce any updates via social media, email and phone. Stay tuned.
over 2 years ago, Dr. Allison Roberts, CEO
weather update
A shout out to our HSG basketball team for fighting hard on the road tonight against Eureka Springs. #DiamondBasketball
over 2 years ago, Matt Young