Music is a universal language, one that connects us through culture, emotions, and memory. Some of our schools have band programs, some have choirs, Orff based classes, piano labs, drumming circles and private lessons - though the methods vary, the goal is to provide music education for all.


"We teach not because we expect our students to major in music; not because we expect them to play or sing all of their lives . . .
But, because music has the ability to make them more sensitive to beauty and live more closely to an Infinite, beyond this world. Hopefully, this will allow them to have something to cling to, and thusly, experience more depth as a person. We teach music because we believe our students will develop more compassion, gentleness, love, and, in short, a greater appreciation of life." (Deborah Jeter)


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