Music Lessons - An Investment In Your Child's Future!
We offer students the opportunity to increase their chances of getting into college and obtaining scholarship by adding Harp and Organ skills to their piano or voice skills. While these instruments appear too hard to play, it is a relatively short step for a piano or vocal students get to a reasonable degree of competency on these instruments.
Colleges and Universities offer more music scholarships than academic and athletic scholarships. To qualify, a student must pass music exams in addition to meeting academic and extracurricular requirements. Piano and Voice students will be competing with hundreds of Piano and Voice applicants who meet these prerequisites.
College music departments need students studying esoteric instruments like Harp and Organ to keep programs going. They use scholarships to compete for these students just like they use scholarships to compete for football players. The result is an all-expense paid Music Degree degree or any degree with a music minor from a recognized university.
Our Harp success story involves a student who started Harp lessons with us when she was 15. She had had 3 years of piano lessons prior to starting on the Harp. We worked with the the Head of the Music Department at a college which was expanding. She became the first student in their newly formed Harp Program with a scholarship that paid tuition, fees, room and board, books and incidentals. Three years of Piano and Harp study with us resulted in a scholarship worth over $200,000. She will graduate with an education degree and plans to teach elementary school.
Both students will graduate from college with no student loans, and will have the ability to enjoy playing music for the rest of their lives!
Our next success story could be your child!
Our Organ success story involves a piano student who started with us when he was 12. He added organ lessons to his studies in his senior year of high school. We worked with the Head of The Organ Department, who had only two students in her program and the Chancellor of the university, who is also an internationally-known Organist, He was awarded a scholarship that paid for tuition, fees, room and board, travel, books, incidentals, a laptop, $1,000 per month spending money plus $10,000 per year for Summer Study Abroad - a total value of more than $400,000 – a significant return for the cost of lessons at Florida Enrichment Academy and six years of practice! He will graduate with a dual major in music and pre-med and plans to become a cardiologist.
Your child can achieve this same success!
College music departments need students studying esoteric instruments like Harp and Organ to keep programs going.
They use scholarships to compete for these students just like they use scholarships to compete for football players.
The result is a music degree or any degree with a music minor from a recognized university without a second mortgage on your house or student loan debt.
But wait, there's more!
Studies show college students
who study music and apply
to medical or other professional schools are
more likely to get in
than non-music students!
Call us today to get started!