Absolutely! At most schools an optional 6-8 week summer session is offered for both beginning and returning students. These session is more flexible in order to accommodate your vacation schedules. It’s extremely important for your student to keep up their … Continue reading
First thing: communicate with your teacher. They will guide you every step of the way, and give advice specific to your student. Secondly: check out both your student’s notebook for practicing assignments, as well as their video lesson summary provided … Continue reading
Please visit our Faculty And Staff page for names, locations, and email addresses. If you would like to communicate with your teacher over the phone or text, your teacher will be happy to provide their cell number to you!
We only operate when the school is open. If the school is closed, either due to a planned day off or due to inclement weather, lessons are called off for that day too. If an unexpected closure causes your students’ … Continue reading
On very rare occasions, the teacher may need to cancel a lesson. This is usually due to a contagious illness, planned travel abroad, or a family emergency. If this happens, teachers will notify parents and the school administration via email … Continue reading
Since our class schedule is tied closely with the school schedule and calendar, your teacher is not able to offer additional make-ups at different days/times for student absences. However, your teacher is always available to communicate with you about practicing … Continue reading
The Music Kids program at your school is a comprehensive program with lots of features, including weekly classes, monthly group classes, video lesson summaries, student progress reports, rentals, teacher communication, recitals and more. Therefore, cost is not broken out on … Continue reading
The 3rd of every month in which you’re paying an installment. See Program Policies for the full payment schedule for each payment plan.
Take three deep breaths and meditate if needed—everything is going to be A-OK! First thing to do: show it to your teacher at your next lesson. Small repairs or adjustments can often be made by the teacher. If more extensive … Continue reading
For a wealth of information about the specific program at your school, please visit MK At My School.