Please email [email protected] with any additional questions.
If your application status for SJCCA says “ineligible,” your student was accepted to their first-choice academy, but they may have been accepted to SJCCA as well.
Please reach out to Mr. Anthony Romeo-Adcock for further guidance if you would still like to select SJCCA for your Program of Interest.
If your application status says “Not Accepted,” this means that based off the audition presented to our SJCCA faculty, your student did not meet the specific requirements for our SJCCA courses. If you have any questions, again, please reach out to Mr. Romeo-Adcock and he can help guide you moving forward.
Auditions for our 2024-2025 School Year have now been completed. If you are moving into the district and need to apply late due to specific circumstances, please reach out to
Mr. Romeo at the email address above.
The St. Johns County Center for the Arts provides artistically gifted students with a pre-professional program of study designed to develop their unique talents in the performing and visual arts. In an environment that is supportive and intellectually challenging, SJCCA prepares students to be members of an artistic society. Commitment and self-discipline are necessary in order to advance through the academic and artistic studies at both of our SJCCA schools: RJ Murray Middle School and St. Augustine High School.
St. Johns County Center for the Arts (SJCCA) is located on the campus of St. Augustine High School at 3205 Varella Avenue in St. Augustine, Florida 32084.
SJCCA for middle school students is located at RJ Murray Middle School located at 150 N Holmes Blvd in St. Augustine, Florida.
SJCCA Program at St. Augustine High School