Welcome to the Suzuki Institute School of Music registration portal for 2022-2023.
Registration is a two step process. Please read before registering and follow these instructions:
STEP 1 Complete the form below and submit it. This will take you to the registration fee payment page. You will need to complete a separate form for each student being registered.
STEP 2 Pay the registration fee -- you will be able to choose Registration for Lessons ($95) for regular lessons OR Music FunTime ($160 for registration and materials) to confirm your registration. This will reserve your preferred time with the teacher for the student, cover all administrative costs, some supplies and recital fees for the entire year.
Your registration will not be complete until you submit this form and also pay the registration fee. The school’s office will process all completed registrations on a first-come basis in the order received and we will make every effort to match students and teachers in the time slot requested.
Please indicate new/returning student below.
Parent/Guardian Details (for children -- adults, please put your own info. below)
Our billing is based on a yearly tuition price broken into equal installments for every month of the year. Please note, monthly tuition is NOT calculated by the number of weeks in any month and billing for each month is the same all year.
Lesson plans are based on one lesson per week, with the exception of holidays.
30 MINUTE LESSON (Traditional method piano, violin, guitar, voice, cello, viola, flute) . . . $159
30 MINUTE LESSON (Suzuki method violin/guitar/viola/cello/piano) . . .$169
Suzuki Piano 30 minute lesson plan with weekly group class...$245
45 MINUTE LESSON (Traditional method piano, violin, guitar, voice, cello, viola, flute) . . .$235
45 MINUTE LESSON (Suzuki method violin/guitar/viola/cello/piano) . . .$245
Suzuki Piano 45 minute lesson plan with weekly group class...$325
60 MINUTE LESSON (Traditional method piano, violin, guitar, voice, cello, viola, flute) . . . $298
60 MINUTE LESSON (Suzuki method violin/guitar/viola/cello/piano)...$325
Music FunTime Monthly Plan...$99
NOTE: Instrument rentals (violin, guitar) are available through the school. Please discuss your needs with the office.
Please use the section below to set up recurring tuition payments.
promises to pay Suzuki Institute School of Music the sum of
per month for the next academic year, until notice of withdrawal is received.
I authorize that my payment be withdrawn on the
of the month
by credit card or automatic debit from my designated account.
(Please provide credit card number or bank info for direct debit)
SUZUKI INSTITUTE POLICIES
Be prompt and prepared and bring materials to each lesson. Don't forget your instrument.
Practice is required for progress. Teachers will inform students and families of the amount of time recommended for each child.
Parent participation is essential to the Suzuki method of teaching. Students should practice regularly at home, which may include parental involvement depending on the age and ability of the child. Parents may be expected to attend lessons and take notes, work with recordings and videos as needed to help with home practice.
Attend and participate in studio events and recitals. Stay for the entire event to provide support and encouragement for other families and students and to benefit from hearing other levels of students and repertoire.
I understand that the above are essential components of my child's music education and success and agree to work with the school in creating such an environment during lessons and at home. I agree to monitor the progress of my child’s lesson and follow up at home consistently.
The school officially allows only one makeup lesson per semester for a missed session with advance notice given to the teacher. Teachers are not expected to accommodate requests beyond that.
Prices include group classes each semester for those enrolled in guitar and Suzuki violin lessons.
The school must be given 30 days notice to withdraw from lessons. For a child, notice must be given to the office in writing by the parent or guardian.
The school will send important notices regarding registration, payments, calendars, recitals, emergencies, and other topics via email. It is important for families to read communications from the school and keep the school updated on current email addresses.
Payments and Billing
Our billing is based on a yearly tuition price broken into ten installments for the academic year, from August to May. Please note, monthly tuition is NOT calculated by the number of weeks in any month and billing for each month is the same all year.
Billing is on a monthly basis, spread over the entire academic year. Students pay the same tuition amount each month or per semester, regardless of the number of lessons attended within any given month.
All financial transactions are conducted through the school’s office.
Monthly tuition is due either at the beginning of the month or the 15th, as you schedule. Tuition received more than 5 days after the due date will incur a $10.00 late fee.
Summer lessons are purchased by the number of lessons and summer tuition will be due on or before June 1 for the summer.
Photo and Video
We take photo and occasional videos to document the interactions of students and teachers, especially related to our concerts and recitals. These are sometimes posted on our website and used in online marketing. Families need to inform the school in writing if they do not wish to be included in any photo/video related to the school's events and activities.
I have read, understood and agree to the Suzuki Institute's policies as listed above and to pay the above amount.
I understand that I must give notice in writing to the school if I do not wish to be included in photos or videos of school events, for myself or my family.
To complete registration, please submit and proceed to the registration fee payment. This next step is required to complete your registration.
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