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Located at the Center for the Arts in Interlochen, Green Lake Township, Grand Traverse County (15 miles southwest of Traverse City) in northwest Michigan, Interlochen Arts Academy High School is the world's first and foremost fine arts boarding high school for boys and girls Grades 9-12.


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Boarding students at Interlochen Arts Academy live in one of six residence halls. Student rooms are small but comfortable and provide space and furnishings for resting and studying.

The Academy's six residence halls have common areas, practice rooms, work spaces and laundry facilities. Hall managers and counselors life in the residence halls. Together with housemothers who reside on campus, the student life professionals foster a supportive atmosphere and create an extended family for students.

Members of the trained residence life staff work closely with students to make the halls welcoming, safe and constructive environments. The campus is a safe, residential setting where students learn independence and self-reliance sooner than their peers attending other schools - a real advantage when preparing for college.


School / Office Address: Interlochen, 4000 Highway M-137
Traverse City
Michigan
USA
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