Alabama School of Fine Arts Accepts Three Auburn-Opelika-Area Students


for 2022-23 School Year 



The Alabama School of Fine Arts (ASFA) recently announced the addition of three Auburn-Opelika-area students to its enrollment for the 2022-23 school year. The three Auburn-Opelika-area students accepted into the school this year are as follows: Chloe Floyd of Opelika, and Lily Wilson of Auburn, in Creative Writing;  Suzanna Friedlander in Dance.  

They are among 100 new students from across the state that were accepted into the state’s only intensive specialty-focused school in the arts, mathematics and science.  After spending each morning on robust academic coursework that exceeds state high school diploma standards, students in grades seven through 12 devote sustained hours every day to honing their craft, flexing their creativity and developing their unique voices within their chosen discipline.  ASFA currently has about 350 students, and its graduates build on the creative habits of mind they develop at ASFA to establish successful careers in a wide array of fields, serving as innovative leaders, cultural champions and role models for future generations.  From its campus in the heart of downtown Birmingham, ASFA serves as a boundary-pushing cultural convener, presenting student and professional performances in the state-of-the-art Dorothy Jemison Day Theater.  At ASFA, students are embraced and supported by faculty and fellow students alike within an environment that’s inclusive and accepting of every individual. Dormitory rooms and meals are available for students who live beyond commuting distance. To learn more about ASFA, the admissions process and its Nov. 5 Open House for Prospective Students, please see the school’s website at  


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