The Summer Choral Intensive (SCI) provides students with a high-level choral experience unlike anything they’ve ever experienced! Students rehearse and perform challenging choral repertoire, attend music theory classes, hear from local professors and professional musicians, and benefit from group sectionals with a member of SACRA/PROFANA Core Chorus specific to their voice type. The week culminates in a final performance featuring choral works rehearsed during the program including the premiere of a new composition specifically written to be presented at the final performance – an opportunity middle and high school musicians rarely have.
Dates: July 8-13, 2019
Registration for SCI is now OPEN!
The required Teacher Recommendation Form is HERE.
If you have any questions, please contact our SCI Coordinator: email
SCI Frequently Asked Questions
Who is eligible for SCI?
What are the dates for 2019 SCI?
Daily program: Monday-Friday July 8-12.
Final concert: Saturday July 13.
Where is the program located?
Point Loma Nazarene University.
What kind of music will I sing?
If you want to see what type of music SCI participants have sung in the past, visit our YouTube channel: YouTube
How much is tuition?
High School Program: $240, Middle School Program: $140
What scholarship opportunities are available?
Tuition Assistance and Need-based Scholarships are available. E-mail SCI@sacraprofana.org for more information.
What do past participants say about SCI?
“If you’re considering SCI, go for it. It may seem scary, but it is an incredible program and I look forward to it every single year.” Alexis
“I would strongly encourage other people to do SCI because it’s a great experience. You learn a lot about musicianship and it’s a really fun week.” Nicholas
“If you’re thinking about doing SCI but are having second thoughts, it’s a really really good thing to do. If you love singing or think that singing might be your passion, try this, it’s really fun.” Sophia
“I was kind of nervous the first day because it’s a new camp and new people. But it didn’t matter that I was nervous because everyone else was too.” Eliana