Fine Arts Scholarships are awarded to talented students for participation in The Wallace Sound, instrument ensemble, as well as art, drama and visual arts. Eligible students must have and maintain a 2.5-grade point average.

Additional information and audition point of contacts can be found below:

  • The Elizabeth S. Cunningham scholarship.
  • Piano performing arts.
  • Scholarships range from half to full of tuition is awarded for up to two years.

Contact Rosemary H. Hunter at for more information about piano scholarships or to schedule an audition.

  • The Wallace Sound is looking for talented singers.
  • Positions come with half to full tuition scholarship.
  • Renewable up to two years.
  • Singers should prepare the following:

Two contrasting solo excerpts:

  1. Classical Solo from a book of arias, foreign language, art songs, or folk songs. (Aria is preferred)
  2. Song style of choice )music theatre, gospel, etc…)

*Song excerpts should showcase versatility, range, and expression. Approximately 1 minute of each is sufficient.
Students seeking an audition may upload audition videos by clicking HERE, or Contact Ashley Gresko at for more information 

NEW FEATURE!! Text the Choir Director

  • Seeking brass, woodwinds, percussion, and jazz rhythm section instrumentalists.
  • Scholarships range from half to full of tuition is awarded for up to two years.
  • Applicants should be prepared to audition with two contrasting works.
  • All applicants should bring their instruments (exception: piano and drum set) and copies of their scores.

Contact Dr. Paul Morelli at for more information or to schedule an audition.

  • The Wallace Theatre is looking for talented performers.
  • Positions come with a full-tuition scholarship renewable up to two years.
  • Performers should be prepared to perform two monologues in contrasting styles.

Contact Charles Sirmon at for more information.

  • Scholarships ranging from half to full tuition are awarded for up to two years.
  • A five-piece portfolio is required.

Contact Ashley Bell at for more information.