A Special Place in Time
Salem Academy and College, the historic Home Moravian Church and
the restored Moravian village of Old Salem share Salem Square, the sounds of Salem bells ringing and a rich
heritage. Salem students cherish the atmosphere of historic Old Salem.
The Salem Academy and College campus is located on Salem Square in the
internationally recognized restoration of the old village and includes
five buildings from the original Moravian town.To learn more about Old Salem, visit their website.
"City of the Arts"
The city of Winston-Salem
is one of the most culturally active in the nation, and Salem students
enjoy -- and often participate in -- many of the special offerings in
town. The city's performing arts groups include: the Winston-Salem
Symphony, the Wachovia Little Symphony, the Piedmont Opera Theatre, the
Little Theatre, the North Carolina Black Repertory Company, and the
Piedmont Chamber Singers.
Winston-Salem is home to the Stevens Center, a nationally recognized facility for the performing arts; Reynolda House, a museum of American paintings; Diggs Art Gallery at Winston-Salem State University; the Southeastern Center for Contemporary Arts (SECCA); Wake Forest University; and the University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA).
Calling North Carolina Home
a few hours of campus are mountains for skiing, camping, or hiking;
rivers for white-water rafting; and the beautiful beaches of the Carolinas for sun and fun.
Davidson, Duke, North Carolina State
University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill are
among the many colleges within easy driving distance.
For information about visiting Winston-Salem and surrounding areas, please click here.