- The Australian International Performing Arts High School
Infobox Aust school private
name = The Australian International Performing Arts High School
established = 2005
type = Independent,
Co-educational, Day School
key_people = Mr. Mark Hopkins (Principal)
Prof. Kyunghee Lee (Founder)
fees = AU$15,348 - AU$17,348 p.acite web |url=http://www.aipah.com/Forms/AIPAH-Fees-International.pdf |title=2008 Schedule of Fees |accessdate=2008-02-10 |year =2008 |format=PDF |work=The Australian International Performing Arts High School ]
city = Harris Park
New South Wales
enrolment = ~67 (7-12)
num_employ = ~14cite web |url=http://www.aipah.com/Forms/AnnualReport2006.pdf |title=Annual Report 2006 |accessdate=2007-08-29 |year =2007 |format=PDF |work=The Australian International Performing Arts High School ]
colours = White & Black color box|#FFFFFFcolor box|#000000
homepage = [http://www.aipah.com/ www.aipah.com]
The Australian International Performing Arts High School is the newest performing arts high school in
New South Wales, Australia.
AIPAH was founded in 2005 by Professor Lee. The school is situated on the same campus as the tertiary institution of AICM (The Australian International Conservatorium of Music). Mark Hopkins has been the principal of AIPAH since July 2005.
AIPAH was officially opened in January 2005 with 27 students from Years 7 to 11, and leading teacher Erin Mascord-Perez at the helm. Six months later, Mark Hopkins, editor for the Sydney Morning Herald joined the team as AIPAH's Principal. In 2008, Jim Mccrudden, former teacher of the Australian Institute of Music became Principal.
In only its 4th Year AIPAH has performed at places all round Sydney at some of the most prestigious of events. These places include:
* The Lord Mayor's Christmas Party at The Rosehill Gardens
* Parramatta Business Awards for the Chamber of Commerce (2006, 2007)
* Performed for Oscar winner
Dion Beebeat Parramatta Riverside
* International Disabilities day (2007)
List of non-government schools in New South Wales
List of creative and performing arts high schools in New South Wales
* [http://www.aipah.com/ The Australian International Performing Arts High School Website]
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