All students who attend Rosie’s House must interview to be accepted into the academy. Interviews are held for both private and group lessons as well as for beginning and experienced students.
Our next round of interviews will be held in August of 2015 for classes that begin in September 2015.
Registration for interviews for August 2015 will be open July 15th to the 31st!
La registracion para las entrevistas para agosto del 2015 estaran disponibles
del 15 al 31 de julio!
Register your child to interview starting July 15 by CLICKING HERE.
Available classes for Fall 2015:
Piano, ages 6-10, no experience necessary
Trumpet/Trombone, ages 13 - 16, 2 years of experience
Violin, ages 8-16, 2 years of experience
Violin, ages 8-10, no experience necessary
Flute, ages 13-16, at least 1 year of experience
Saxophone, ages 13-16, 2 years of experience
Viola, ages 8 - 16, 2 years of experience
Cello, ages 10-16, 2 years of experience
Cello, ages 8-10, no experience necessary
Clarinet, ages 10-16, 2 years of experience
French Horn, ages 13-16, at least 1 year experience
Classical Guitar, ages 13-15, 2 years of experience
Classical Guitar, ages 10-12, no experience
Bassoon, ages 10-16, all levels including no experience
Choir, ages 6-17, all levels including no experience
Mariachi, ages 10-17, at least 1 year experience in trumpet, violin, viola or guitar
In addition to interviewing for acceptance into the academy, students and families must meet the financial and commitment requirements.
Rosie’s House has the following requirements for admission:
We accept students based upon the following financial basis (HUD guidelines):
Number of People in Household:
2 Income less than $41,000
3 Income less than $46,100
4 Income less than $51,200
5 Income less than $55,300
6 Income less than $59,400
7 Income less than $63,500
8 Income less than $67,600
There is no tuition charge, and if you need an instrument, one can be loaned to you. Students purchase instruction books and a folder.
Parents are required to provide four service hours per child per semester. Service opportunities include monitoring campus during classes, campus clean-up days, special projects, recital duty and administrative projects.
Students are required to do the following:
- Practice twenty-five minutes five days a week (or as specified by the teacher).
- Be absent no more than three times per semester.
- Attend class with a desire to learn.
- Make musical progress and complete assignments.
- Attend their academic school and be a student in good-standing.