The Conway Institute of Music is the only music school in the Arkansas that gives their students the opportunity to earn special color wristband bracelets (kids and teens love them!), trophies AND certificates for passing musical tests with the Musical Ladder System®. Do other schools offer trophies and certificates? A few. But none of them inspire their students with smiling faces by giving them full color, really cool “Musical Ladder System®” wristbands that they can show off to their friends.
More importantly when our students have a test coming up, they practice more, their parents are proud, their teachers are proud, and everybody wins!
Pictured: Vocal & Piano student Cadenceearned her Prodigy trophy!
Pictured: Guitar student Lawson earned his Prodigy trophy!
Pictured: Piano student Tatianaearned her Songbird trophy!
Pictured: Drum student Nate earned his Master trophy!!
Pictured: Guitar studentMadelynearned her Songbird trophy!
Pictured: Drum student Colt earned his Prodigy trophy!
Pictured: Piano student Chloeearned her Songbird trophy!
Pictured: Piano student Kyle earned his Champion trophy!
Pictured: Ukulele student Miaearned her Songbird trophy!
Pictured: Piano student Issac earned his Master trophy!
Pictured: Piano students Morgan & Karaearned their Rockstar trophies!
Pictured: Piano student Will earned his Prodigy trophy!
To learn more about how the system can help your child to get better grades, improved confidence, and self esteem and more, please email us at:email@example.com
Our students and their families love their rewards!
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Signs Your Child Is Ready For Lessons
Did you know our Director Jim Skelton has written an Amazon #1 best selling book “The Ultimate Guide to Music Lessons”? Here’s an excerpt that can help you decide if your child is ready for music lessons. Enjoy and email us your feedback!
A child often conveys readiness for music lessons with physical expression. This is often starts with banging on pots and pans, tapping on couches, pretending a briefcase is a piano or that a notebook is a keyboard. If you play music and your child stops what they’re doing and starts dancing, that’s a good sign that they might have an interest in music.
The next sign that your child is ready for lessons is usually through verbal expression. The child may tell you outright that they want to start playing an instrument or taking voice lessons. Once the physical and verbal interest is there, it’s up to you as a parent to get the ball rolling. Our school is unique in that it offers month-to-month payment options for families. We don’t require long-term contracts or commitments like other music academies or sports programs.
When searching for a school, choose one with a month-to-month or short-term payment plan. If your child enjoys their lessons, they can continue. If they’re not, you can submit a withdraw form. Don’t go to a school that requires you to sign long contracts. You should also be wary of schools that require a substantial pre-payment before you begin lessons.
The schools with the best teachers are flexible and have month-to-month plans that do not require stiff contracts. Good schools also have the option for electronic payments. Find a school with a month-to-month auto-pay service, and if the lessons do not work out, you can put in your notice and find something else your child is more interested in.
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Please welcome the 150 new students who enrolled this SUMMER!
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Is Your Teacher Sold Out?
We're all about dreaming big, playing music, and lots of smiles along the way! Guitar student, Bennett, with his teacher Israel!
Many of our teachers are almost sold out and some teachers are sold out. If you need a schedule change or would like to be added to a waiting list for a particular teacher, day, or time, please contact our office staff team and they can add you to the waiting list. If you are not a student yet there is still limited lesson spots available.