Stone Ridge Adjunct Music Program Survey
We are excited to announce that our after school music enrichment program is thriving and we are already planning for the Fall to meet the needs of our growing music community at Stone Ridge. Through the Adjunct Music Program (AMP), Stone Ridge will expand upon the offerings available to young musicians. After school lessons and group classes are for current students, siblings of students and even parents! If you would like to continue or begin music lessons in the 2019-20 academic year through our enhanced AMP program please take a moment to fill out the survey below. Based on these responses, we will do our best to secure the space and faculty necessary to meet the needs of the community. We look forward to another wonderful year of music making.
The Stone Ridge Music Team
Name of interested musician
Music student is a
Sibling of a SR student
Parent of a SR student
Student Grade for 2019-20 Academic Year
Music and Movement
If you chose Violin, Cello, Piano or Flute please select your preference of Suzuki or Non-Suzuki (Suzuki programs include individual lessons and group classes. These programs have a community element to support student musicians and require a parent to attend lessons with young children. You can read more about the Suzuki philosophy at
Preferred days (to the best of your knowledge, check all that apply)
Preferred time frame (to the best of your knowledge, check all that apply))
Before School (7-7:20 start)
Right after school (3:00-3:45 start)
Late afternoon (4:00-5:00 start)
Evening (5:30-6:30 start)
If you currently study with a teacher at SR and wish to continue with them please provide their name.
Please select the incoming level of your child's experience below.
New beginner (no prior lessons)
One year of lessons
Advanced beginner (2-3 years)
Intermediate (4-6 years)
Please share any other comments about the interested student's experience or needs below.
Send me a copy of my responses.
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