The Path to Arts Universities: Where our students are


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By studying in an art-based high school, students develop creative thinking and self-expression skills that help them go way further – even getting accepted to their dream arts universities


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Imagine a school where respect, co-operation, integrity and diversity are not only values but practices.


Where self-expression and creativity are not only slogans but daily experiences. Where art is not “that subject that may get chopped” but the leading method that allows students to think further and learn better.


A place where leadership and innovation begin with every brush, every draw, every student-to-teacher-to-student connection.


As a result, imagine that your children (if you are a parent) or yourself (if you are a future student) may develop real skills to stand out in creative careers such as Visual Arts, Performative Arts, Graphic Design, Fashion Design, Industrial Design and much more.


Canada Royal Arts High School is this place because we support every student in achieving a shared vision of achieving excellence not only in their careers but in their future.


Several recognized universities have welcomed them to pursuit their dreams and in this article we show not only our educational method but our academic results.


The prestigious Parsons School of Design in New York City is one of the universities that have accepted our students.


Think Different to Go Beyond – The Royal Path to Creative Careers

In partnership with parents, our school’s aim is to build a community and culture that inspires students and that is dedicated to the wholeness and wellness of our daily activities.

Inspiration is what it takes to turn energetic minds into creative souls. And what better way to keep inspiring than to believe in the power of art, multicultural experiences and dialogue. Here, refining students’ life skills alongside their academic skills is not only a “should” but a “must”.

This is why we believe in the potency of Art and Inspiration – because it brings better results. We are not only changing the status quo but real lives of young students who wish to thrive not only as artists, designers, thinkers and leaders, but as socially responsible and sensitive people that will be ready to build a better future ahead.

This is your best path to get ready for a career as:

⦁ Visual Artist
⦁ Illustrator
⦁ Graphic Designer
⦁ Fashion Designer
⦁ Industrial Designer
⦁ Interior Designer
⦁ Actor / Director
⦁ Filmmaker
⦁ Architecture
⦁ Musician / Singer
⦁ Game Designer
⦁ Graphic Novel and Comic Designer
⦁ Photographer
⦁ Social Media
⦁ And every other creative career – you name it



Why Believing in Creativity? Parents Should Know This

First of all, Creative education allows students to use imagination and critical thinking to develop new and meaningful forms of ideas where they can take risks, be independent and responsible.

Secondly, if you think about it, the only way a child or young adult is able to project dreams and inspirations for their future (and the world’s) is through imagination. Therefore, it becomes an issue when school’s do not focus on Creativity as a method.

Additionally, it is crucial that students learn to develop their ability to find various solutions to a problem. Coming up with various out-of-the box ideas is known as “divergent thinking” and there is not only one way of cultivating this skill.

This is why this approach to a child’s pedagogic development should not only be restrained to Art Classes but to the entire educational environment. Creative classrooms transform the way students apply knowledge in real life because creative expression plays a key role in a student’s emotional and cognitive development.

Here at Canada Royal Arts High School we don’t believe in static learning but in sharing experiences. This is why we reach further – because we see students as humans beings being trasformed by the power of talking and thinking, not numbers.

University Acceptances: Where our Students Are

Below, we present a list of universities that have accepted our talented students and future artists. We hope they find their paths into the future with strategic minds and open hearts and we are so-so-SO happy to have developed not only their creative skills but artistic portfolios.

Emily Carr University of Art + Design (Vancouver / Canada): It is a public post-secondary art school and university established in 1925 as the Vancouver School of Decorative and Applied Arts, as the first degree-granting institution in British Columbia created specifically for students of both the visual and performing arts. Programs: Design; Fine Arts; Media Arts.


OCAD University (Toronto / Canada): It is a public university adjacent to the Art Gallery of Ontario. The school is Canada’s largest and oldest educational institution for art and design. OCAD offers courses through the Faculties of Art, Design, Liberal Arts and Sciences. Programs: Creative Writing; Art Publications; Drawing and Painting; Illustration; Indigenous Visual Culture; Photography; and more.


University of Toronto (Toronto / Canada): It is a public research university located on the grounds that surround Queen’s Park. In fact, it was founded 1827, being the first institution of higher learning in Canada. Programs: Architecture; Art History; Art Management; Book and Media Studies; Cinema; Communication; Drama; Philosophy; Digital Media; Music, Visual Studies; Women and Gender Studies; and more.


Parsons School of Design (New York / USA): It is a private art and design college located in the Greenwich Village neighborhood of Lower Manhattan. Founded in 1896, it was the first of its kind in the country to offer programs in fashion design, advertising, interior design, and graphic design. Moreover, among Parsons alumni are many famous fashion designers, photographers, designers, illustrators, and artists who have made significant contributions to their respective fields. Programs: Architecture; Communications; Design and Technology; Fashion Design; Fine Arts; Illustration; Interior Design; Urban Design; Photography; and more.


California College of the Arts (San Francisco / USA): It is an art, design, architecture, and writing school with two campuses in California. Founded in 1907, it currently enrolls approximately 1,500 undergraduates and 500 graduate students. Programs: Animation; Architecture; Ceramics; Fashion Design; Film; Graphic Design; Jewelry; Print Media; Writing; Visual Studies; and more.


School of the Art Institute of Chicago (Chicago / USA): It is a private university associated with the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC). Founded in 1866, it turned into a museum and school in 1936. In a 2002 survey conducted by Columbia University’s National Arts Journalism Program, SAIC was named the “most influential art school” in the USA. Programs: Animation; Architecture; Art Education; Art Therapy; Costume Design; Comics and Graphic Novels Design; Digital Communication; Fashion Design; Game Design; and more.


Our students have also been accepted in the following educational institutions:

⦁ ArtCenter College of Design (California / USA)
⦁ Syracuse University School of Architecture (New York / USA)
⦁ Pratt Institute of Professional Studies (New York / USA)
⦁ School of Visual Arts (New York / USA)
⦁ Savannah College of Art and Design (Georgia / USA)
⦁ Maryland Institute College of Art (Maryland / USA)
⦁ Ottis College of Art and Design (California / USA)
⦁ Academy of Art University (California / USA)


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