Everybody deserves the gift of music.
We provide opportunities for kids & adults to showcase their talents at our annual concerts, open mic nights, and community events, allowing them to build confidence and experience the thrill of performing live.
Our unique Rockstar Roadmap System keeps kids motivated and excited about their progress. They start with the "starter" badge and advance through a series of proven and tested levels designed by our expert instructors.
As for Adults, everything is customized to their goals, which offers them the ultimate learning experience.
We promote teamwork and communication by incorporating group lessons, band workshops, and special events that allow kids to learn from their peers and develop strong social skills.
Adults also get to meet and create friendships with like minded guitar enthusiasts
1. A constant flow of new students to keep schedules as full as possible:
Over the course of the year, students can move or quit. This can leave a teacher with gaps or holes in their schedule. Most students register and start lessons in September. Most music schools only advertise in late August and September for new students.
At our school we spend a lot of money on advertising and marketing year-round to keep our teacher's schedules as full as possible. Each year we spend thousands on advertising to constantly attract new students. We are continually registering new students even during typically slower registration months like May or June.
2. Extras are taken care of – your only responsibility is to teach and inspire!
We have full-time administrators to handle all of the "details" of teaching. From scheduling to collecting fees or arranging concerts, these details are handled by our administrators, not the teacher. This means the teacher is free to focus on teaching and not get bogged down by the administration.
3. Your time is respected and you are paid whether or not students show up:
Teachers are paid for lessons whether students attend or not. If a student misses classes for school trips, holidays or sickness, the teacher is still paid.
If a student does not pay for their lessons or has an uncollectible debt, the teacher is still paid. Our priority for our teachers is to make sure that your time is not abused and that your teaching day can be as productive as possible...
We are very selective in who we hire at Level Up Music School & JHGuitarSchool. Potential teachers undergo a live musical performance review, a detailed interview process (not like a corporate job, but with a heart-to-heart conversation), a criminal background check since you will work with vulnerable people (kids) and adults, and a reference check.
All of these are to make sure we both are a great fit for each other. You're joining a family, which means both ends should be happy and satisfied with the quality.
Our motto here is "Have fun while being the best" - does that fit you?
Sure, we have a laid back atmosphere (some would call it "high class hipster") but we also expect all of our teachers to be rockstar instructors. All in the hopes that we can help create little rockstars.