Summer 2017 Registration

Please fill out the form below to register for the summer 6-week session of Early Childhood Music.

Summer 2017 Session Dates 
  • Tuesday: June 6, 13, 20, 27; July 11, 18, 25*
  • Thursday: June 8, 15, 22, 29; July 13, 20, 27
  • No class July 4 or 6

*Make-up dates in case of teacher illness. Children may miss a class due to illness, vacation, or family events; because most classes run at maximum enrollment, we do not offer make-up or switching options for absences.

Summer Session Class Prices
  • Music and Movement: $62
  • Music for the Very Young: $62
  • Music for the Very Young - Sibling: Classes are now full.


Registration Information
Parent/Guardian Information
Child Information
Child 1 Information
Child 2 Information
Class Choice
If the class you would like is not listed, the class is full and has been removed from the listing.
Early Childhood Music Guidelines

Guidelines for Early Childhood Music Parents and Caregivers

  • Parental participation is paramount to children being successful in learning and loving music. Please sing and move with your child during all activities in class.
  • Don't worry if you child is hesitant or withdrawn in class. Many children observe in a group setting and feel more comfortable doing interactive activities with you by themselves; therefore, make singing a family habit at home.
  • It's fine for children to roam around and explore in class, but please keep them safe and not disruptive. A gentle invitation to join in the fun is always better than forced participation
  • This is a precious 30 minutes of uninterrupted music making with your child. Please focus on them and their needs and enjoy socializing with friends before or after class.
  • Since most classes are meant for caregivers and one child (with the exception of the sibling class) please avoid bringing unregistered children to class. The Academy will not be responsible for children left in the lobby unattended.
  • Enjoy what we have to offer your children such as puppets, balls, and instruments. There is no need to bring anything else to class such as toys or food.
  • All children enrolled in this program develop at different rates. Enjoy being part of your child's unique growth experience; avoid the temptation to make comparisons.
Academy Guidelines

Please read the Academy Guidelines.

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