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School of Music Lesson Registration

Instructions
Please fill out and submit this form for private lessons only. Please submit one form, per child, per instrument. We will be in touch with you to discuss placement/scheduling options. Session schedule: Fall Session (Sept.-Jan.), Spring Session (Jan.-June), Summer Session (June-Labor Day)-- see Summer form.
Attendance Policy
Lessons missed by the student are not eligible for make up although, with enough notice, an instructor may make a good faith effort to make up the student’s absence. Instructor absences will always be made up by the instructor. In submitting this form, you acknowledge that you have read and understand Dana Hall School of Music Policies and Procedures and agree to abide by all the terms specified.

Please note: Tuition will be pro-rated for mid-session start dates.
Student Information
Address
Parent/Guardian One Information
Parent/Guardian Two Information
Music Information
Student Availability
Teachers’ schedules change from year to year. Please provide all available options.

Lessons
Please note, second lessons and/or subsequent registrations for a sibling and/or parent(s) receive a 10% discount. Please contact the School of Music to adjust payments.

Music Lessons (For the full 16-week term)
Flex Pass (Adult students only)
Annual Registration Fee
Next Steps
Payment
Please calculate your total cost and submit a check to the Dana Hall School of Music prior to your first day of class. Thank you!

Please Note
You will not receive an automatic email confirmation. Once the School of Music has received your registration, they will contact you should there be questions about your preferred teacher, lesson day or lesson time.

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    "My favorite place on campus is the Erisman Student Center. Not only does it have my favorite thing – food – but it's also a great place to go and hang out with friends and do some work. It is also the place where I organized the first Dana Hall open mic night, and that was really cool. The Student Center is a great place to do activities that bring the community together, and that's why I love it so much."
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