Flute Lessons Schedule
Students will take weekly lessons through out the school year with regular assigned times. Lesson times may be adjusted as school/sport activities change during the academic year. Summer lessons are done by sign up times on the website.
August 26—December 13, 2019
January 6—May 14, 2020
There are no regularly scheduled lessons on the following dates:
November 25—29 (Thanksgiving Break)
December 23—January 3 (Winter Break)
February 11—17 (TMEA)
March 9—13 (Spring Break)
Payments due: Sept. 1, Oct. 1, Nov. 1, Dec. 1, Jan.1, Feb. 1, Mar. 1, Apr. 1, and May 1.
Students will receive 15 lessons during the fall semester.
Students will receive 17 lessons during the spring semester.
Students must complete make up lessons before the end of the semester or will forfeit that lesson.
Students will pay the same amount per month regardless of the number of lessons. This price will remain in effect for the entire school year. Students who add lessons after the first week of school may be eligible for a prorate. Students who drop before the end of the term may owe a balance.
30 min lessons—$140 month
60 min lessons—$255 month
Summer and Drop-in Lessons
Payment is due at the time of the lesson.
30 min lessons—$40 per lesson
60 min lessons—$75 per lesson
Registration for private lessons is an agreement between the student and the teacher to commit to the scheduled weekly lesson time. It is a reservation of both my time and yours.
Lessons may be rescheduled in the event of a school conflict (with a minimum of 24 hour notice), illness, or inclement weather and must be done on line. There are no refunds for missed lessons, unexcused absences, or expired make up credits.
Lesson Credits and Make Up Lessons
In the event of an allowable cancellation (see above), the student will receive one lesson credit. Lesson credits expire at the end of the semester. Make ups lessons are scheduled online through My Music Staff. Lessons credits expire after 45 days and are then forfeited. Please schedule make up lessons at the time of the cancellation. Make up lessons will be offered for any lessons that the teacher cancels.
Cost for books, sheet music, accompanists, recital fees, and competition fees are not included in the tuition. Photocopying music is illegal. It is important that students own their music.
Termination of Lessons
It is expected that a student registering for lessons will make the commitment for the entire school year. If a student needs to drop lessons for any reason they must do so in writing. Any tuition fees remaining for the month will be forfeited.
All students are required to take a minimum of 4 lessons or participate in a summer music camp to be guaranteed a studio space in the fall.