The Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts (CCCEPA) is a coeducational public magnet school housed on the campus of Pebblebrook High School in Mableton, Georgia, just west of Atlanta. CCCEPA offers unparalleled training in Dance, Vocal Music, Drama, and Technical Theatre, complemented by a robust and innovative academic curriculum. The tuition-free program is open to students in grades 9-12 who meet eligibility and audition standards. Residency within the Cobb County School District is a requirement. District-wide bus transportation is provided for students admitted to the performing arts magnet program.Magnet students are actively involved in extracurricular performances and are given the opportunity to work with top professionals in the arts from the Atlanta area and across the United States. Guided by master teachers, CCCEPA students grow as bold artists who graduate prepared to succeed in college and beyond. CCCEPA alumni have distinguished themselves in virtually every field of endeavor, including the arts and sciences as well as public service and other professions.Admission to CCCEPA is by competitive audition and review of student records to ensure success in both the demanding arts disciplines and the challenging academic programs. CCCEPA has a rolling admissions policy. Applications for admission are accepted beginning in November. Audition appointments are scheduled at all Cobb County School District middle schools between October and March each year. Applicants from non-CCSD middle schools, and students wishing to transfer from another high school, audition by appointment on the Pebblebrook/CCCEPA campus.