Now accepting new students for the spring term of instruction, which runs  April 16-June 23. New students are accepted on an ongoing basis depending on space by the teacher.

Meet our teachers


Schedule and Tuition
$25 for 30-minute lesson
$37 for 45-minute lesson
$50 for 60-minute lesson 

Spring Term
April 16-June 23

Spring Tuition
Monday - Saturday Lessons (10 lessons) | 30 minutes=$250; 45 minutes=$370; 60 minutes=$500

Summer Term
June 25-August 31 

In order to provide consistency to those students with Monday lessons, we will have lessons on these national holidays when the church office is closed: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Veteran’s Day, President’s Day, and Memorial Day. If your family is out of town you will be offered a make-up lesson or a credit for that lesson.


Enrollment Procedures: 

1. Contact Lisa Todd at 253.564.2522 ext. 162 or musicandarts@uppc.org to be referred to an instructor.
2. Set up a weekly time and start date with the instructor.
3. Register here. You will be asked to pay for the first 4 lessons when you register. You can make an additional payment for the remaining term or you can pay monthly. You will NOT be billed monthly. It is your responsibility to pay by the first lesson of each month.
 

Additional Financial Scholarships
Tuition reduction scholarships are available based on financial need. Please contact Lisa Todd for an application.


Online Payment Option
Once you have registered and paid for the first 4 lessons, you may continue with online payments:  

30 minute lessons, pay tuition here 
45 minute lessons, pay tuition here
60 minute lessons, pay tuition here
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