How long are private lessons?

Private lessons vary in length according to the age and ability of the student. Lessons are available in quarter hour increments (30 minutes, 45 minutes, 1 hour)

How much are lessons with your teacher?

For a full list of prices see the Fees page.

**Ensemble fees vary (due to differences in rehearsal frequency and length) and are listed on each individual page.

What are the expectations of an Academy student/family?

Please click on the link to the Academy Guidelines.

What is the registration cycle for private lessons?

If you are taking private lessons in the fall you are automatically re-registered for spring term unless you have given notice of discontinuation.  Summer lessons are based upon teacher availability and must be pre-paid.

Where are lessons/rehearsals held?

You will be contacted by the studio teacher about the location of your lessons. Ensemble rehearsal location information is listed on each individual ensemble webpage.

 

What if I can't afford the tuition?

Tuition assistance is available to ensure equal access to all Academy programs, regardless of a student's financial status. Please visit our Financial Assistance page for more information.

What is the billing cycle?

  • August bill- for fall semester private lessons and year long programs
     
  • January bill- for spring semester private lessons

Is there a registration fee at the Academy?

Yes, there is an annual registration fee of $15.00 per student.  This fee covers all registrations for that student, including private lessons, ensembles, and classes.

Does the Academy offer an installment plan for payments?

Yes the Academy offers an installment plan. There is an $8.00 set up fee per semester. If you have any questions about your specific account please contact Billing at 920-993-6278.

How can I contribute to the Academy of Music?

To make a contribution to the tutti scholarship fund or to Academy programs please visit our Giving page.

The institution will comply with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act and DPI's Nondiscrimination Provision for all students.

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