Dear Warren County Families,
We are pleased to announce that the Summer Music School will again be available to all students and adults in Warren County. Certified teachers will staff this program.
The Warren County School District will offer free breakfast (7:30-8:30) and lunch (11:30-12:30) weekdays to all school-age students, at Beaty-Warren Middle School, during WCSMS.
Classes will be scheduled Monday-Friday 8:15 AM to 12:15 PM at Beaty Warren Middle School in Warren, PA. All students will select five classes, one of which must be an instrumental or vocal class. We encourage adults to attend and enjoy learning with the school students. Eligibility begins with students entering fifth grade.
Please complete the online form. Tuition for the summer music school is non-refundable $125 per student. Please make your check payable to Warren County Summer Music School and mail to PO Box 635, Warren, PA 16365. Applications postmarked after May 20 require additional $10. Class size is limited, therefore students are scheduled on a first come, first served basis, subject to availability of classes with regard to overall schedule. Class schedules and bus schedules will be mailed by June 1st.
If you have any questions or concerns, you may email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or contract Director, Denise Pearson at 814-757-9451.
For help in filling out the form, please click here to view the full Course Descriptions.
For information on what you will be responsible for and what will be provided for your child, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.
Registration fees are: $125 per student
Send payment to Warren County Summer Music School P.O. Box 635 Warren, PA 16365
The Intern Program
The intern program was initiated in the summer of 1995 as a direct request from faculty in the theatre and art divisions of the music school. This led to a Board decision to create opportunities for high school and college students. The internship enables students to be mentored by faculty in various disciplines of the performing arts. The Board and faculty established the selection criterion to include previous enrollment in the program, community service hours and evaluation of intern performance at the end of the program. The interns serve in every aspect of the music school from administrative training to classroom duties inclusive of mentoring the younger student. This increases the success of the program by exemplifying model musicianship for the younger students and a mentoring program for the interns by the experienced faculty.
If you are interested in becoming an intern, please contact Mrs. Denise Pearson at email@example.com
Applications are due April 1.