- American Conservatory
- Enrollment Procedure
- Lessons schedule
- Our American Conservatory Team
2. Enrollments dates
Re-enrollments: OPEN April, Monday 16th
Enrollments: OPEN May, Monday 14th
Enrollments for First Steps 1: OPEN April, Monday 16th, online.
3. Former Student Re-Enrollments
Saturday, March 31st to Sunday, April 15th
The parents of students taking individual lessons and wishing to re-enroll next year will be contacted directly by their teachers in order to prepare a pre-planning.
Important: Teachers will communicate their pre-planning directly to the administration.
Important : Parents whose children are in the mini-class or mini-formule this year and who have confirmed their intention to enroll in a Formule Elementaire next year will be contacted by the music teacher.
Saturday, March 31st
Class schedules will be posted on our website.
Tuesday, April 16th to Monday, May 13th
Important: Parents have until Monday, May 13th to re-enroll, according to what have been agreed with the professor and communicated to the administration. Beyond this date, the time slots will no longer be guaranteed.
Important: Enrollment for First Steps 1 will take place directly online from the 16th of April without preliminary appointment.
Important: For Baby Musiking, we will update enrollments information later this spring on how and when to proceed.
4. New Student Enrollments: as of Monday, May 14th
1) Children 3 to 5 years old (group lessons only) : enrollments take place directly online starting May 14th, except for First Steps 1 (3 year old children) which begin online April 16th.
2) Children age 6 and up (mini-classes or any “formule” with an instrument class), beginning May 14th:
Step 1: create an account on our enrollment platform
Step 2: Fill in the interview request form to schedule a meeting with our team. We require that at least one of the child’s parents be present as this first contact allows us to discuss learning an instrument with the family, to recommend the appropriate class(es) and to pair the student with the right teacher.back to top