Private Music Lessons
Our music lessons are taught by members of the Bayside Worship Team, and members of the community who have worked professionally in their musical craft, all of whom are background checked for the comfort of our families. Lessons are typically 30 minutes in length, and are held in a private lesson format. Instructors will be waiting outside of the classroom, and are available by text or phone call if there is any confusion about the space.
To learn more about our teaching locations in Roseville and Rocklin, please visit our About Page.
Please make sure to set up your tuition payments after you have solidified your lesson time slot
How do I cancel a lesson?
Preferred: Use the "Cancel" or "Reschedule" links in your lesson reminder email
Contact your instructor directly
What is the private lesson makeup policy?
We want to make sure that the lesson schedule works great for both the students and the instructors. Each student will get three make-ups during the school year, and one during the summer. If you or your student's instructor need to cancel, the rescheduling process / make-up process is very easy, and you can do it all online.
Will students need to bring their own instrument?
Yes. Every student will need their own instrument that they can practice with at home. We’ll provide Drum and Piano students with instruments in the classrooms for their lessons - no need to lug that gear around. Guitar and Bass students will need to bring their own instrument to every lesson, but we’ll provide amps in the classrooms.
When Are Tuition Payments Due?
Tuition is due during the month of lessons you're attending for. For example, September tuition is due in full by September 30.
Can I pick the date that automatic payments process?
Yes! When you set up new automatic payments either during your first lesson or at any time using the button at the top of the page, you can choose what day you want to payments to process on. On the very first page of the payment form, you'll see "Recurring Day" - just select "Choose Recurring Day" and an option for you to select a start date will appear. Make sure that you pick a day remaining in the current month, or else the automatic payment will not start until next month, and this month will be past due. To avoid this, you can always make a one-time payment for this month and let the automatic payments start next month.
Can I pay for more than one month in advance?
Sure! Make a one-time payment using the button at the top of the page, just make sure to let us know that you're prepaying for multiple months in the "Comments" section of the payment form.
Will I get a receipt? What about payment reminders?
If you set up automatic payments through our new system (using the button at the top of the page), you'll get a "heads up" email three days before a payment processes. After any payment processes through our new system, whether it's automatic or one-time, you'll get a receipt emailed to you as soon as the payment goes through. We're not able to send payment reminders for people making one-time payments. If you'd like to know your account standing, we'd be happy to tell you. Just let us know.
Do I have to pay through the website?
Yes. We aren't able to accept cash or checks in any situation - so that's why we've made the online payment process really easy!
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for general program, account, new student information, and billing questions)