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Written by Maria Vaza-Kaczynski
The students here, both the guys and girls, are all very cool and laid-back, and mainly just want to do what they want, which is make art. Everyone usually gets along, even though there are many shy and introverted students. Many students at CCA were the “outcasts” in high school, so once here, they all join together to create a very unique school of creative misfits. CCA is certainly different from the high school scene where there were many immature people around.
Nearly everyone at CCA is calm or wacky in a strange, fun way, and no one is cruel or mean—in the art community, it pays to be friendly with everyone because you often work together. The art world is actually very small, and burning bridges is never a good thing, so make as many friends and contacts as possible at CCA and you will be successful!
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