Spring Break is here and that means summer is just around the corner. We know schedules change, family vacations are booked, and for some families, daytime child care is arranged. But this isn't the time to drop lessons.
Only 7% of students who drop for the summer ever return.
Almost all parents say, "we're just dropping for the summer, we'll be back in August." But only 7 out of 100 actually return.
Why is this important? Think of some of the reasons to take music lessons:
- Work Ethic
-Higher SAT Scores
- Reduces Stress
- Improves Memory
Staying in music lessons can actually help your child do better in school. And it's fun! They're enjoying playing their instrument, preparing for a show, and they're really developing better math skills.
And then there's your investment. If you started lessons in August, you've already invested over $1,000 in music lessons by the time June arrives. Don't lose the investment, utilize credits and make up opportunities to make summer lessons make sense.
Last, improve your focus over the summer by enrolling in summer music camps. No matter what your student's age, we have the right program for you!
Thank you for being part of the Music Authority Family! Have a safe and fun Spring Break, and don't forget to let us know if you aren't going to be here.
Check out the color on this CMG Mark! These beautiful guitars are made, one at a time, in Statesboro, Georgia.
An affordable, American-made guitar, the Mark would make a great addition to your guitar arsenal.
Try this one today at Music Authority!
Roadies Student of the Month for March: Trisha Chilukuri
Trisha has been in lessons at Music Authority since August 2018. She was in the Fall Show and now is part of Music Authority's Tribute.
Trisha likes that there are no rules when it comes to music. There are endless possibilities of what you can do, and everyone has their own style of music; no two musicians are the same.
Rock Camp, Jr. - only 4 spots left
Music Authority's Rock Camp, Jr. only has 4 spots left! This camp, for 5-10 year olds, explores instruments, plays games to help build rhythm and performance skills, has crafts, and ends the week with a performance.
Don't let your student miss out on this incredible camp experience!
We had a blast putting on the Spring Show, "It's My Pirate Ship," on March 22, 2019. Instructors Melissa Loggins, Jake Lanni, Shawn Jacoby, Andrew Loggins, and Brandon Faulkner started the show off with this number, Whiskey in the Jar.