School of Music Contacts:Rebecca Mason by Email or 612.767.2262
The Mount Olivet School of Music develops and encourages musical skill and appreciation in each student, regardless of age or ability. In an artistic, nurturing environment, teachers provide excellent musical instruction thus educating, strengthening and enriching the intellectual, spiritual and emotional person.
Click on this link to see a list of our current teachers
RegistrationRegistration is by phone or email to the School of Music office on a first-come, first-served basis with returning students given priority.
Teacher Selection Registration begins with a placement interview in order to determine the best teacher for each student. A staff member will conduct the interview in person or by phone. Important considerations include musical experience, goals, learning style, stylistic interests, individual qualities and time constraints.
Fall semester begins the week of Sept. 8th
Private Music Lesson Calendar 2014-2015Week of Sept. 8 First week of fall semesterWeek of Nov. 24 No lessons-Thanksgiving breakWeeks of Dec. 22 & 29 No lessons-winter break2015Week of Jan. 5 Last week of fall semesterWeek of Jan. 12 Recital and make-up weekWeek of Jan. 19 First week of spring semesterWeek of March 30 No lessons- spring breakWeek of May 4 Last week of spring semesterWeek of May 11 Recital and make-up week
TuitionTuition varies depending on the length of the lesson and the instructor’s fee. A $20 per family per semester administrative fee is added to tuition. Tuition is due on or before the first lesson. The fall and spring semesters each consist of 15 weeks of lessons plus one week for makeup lessons and recitals. Summer session consists of eight weeks with students required to register for a minimum of four lessons. Most students choose half-hour lessons; however, longer lessons are available at a prorated cost. Students who begin study mid-semester must register for all remaining weeks in the semester. Please contact the School of Music for more specific information.
Missed lessonsIf a teacher misses a lesson, he or she is required to make up the lesson or a refund will be issued. If the student misses a lesson, the teacher is not obligated to make up the lesson but will make an effort to do so if possible. The make-up week at the end of the semester can be used for lessons missed by the teacher or the student at the discretion of the teacher. If possible, teachers should be notified of any absence at least 24 hours in advance.