When Singapore's first pre-tertiary arts school opened its doors in 2008, people had doubts as to whether its graduates would be able to make a living out of their passions.
Ten years on, the School of the Arts (Sota) has fought against misconceptions to become an alternative route for young people to pursue their artistic talents and do well academically at the same time.
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