With over 300 schools and 45,000 students worldwide, School of Rock knows how to make incredible musicians. Whether an absolute beginner or a budding rockstar, School of Rock students will achieve the next level of musical proficiency. How? Our patented performance-based curriculum includes both individual lessons and group rehearsals, all with the goal of getting our students on stage to perform at a real rock show at a real rock venue.
Music is a language and we teach how to speak it fluently. Using Rock & Roll in our core curriculum, students learn the fundamentals and increase their musical proficiency in their weekly, private lesson. Having familiar songs establishes clear benchmarks for technique.
While we demand individual accomplishment, we celebrate working together toward a common goal. Students apply the skills learned in their one-on-one lessons at their group rehearsal. With this we help individuals make music with one another.
This is performance-based education. Rock shows are our version of recitals. This is the ultimate motivator. It will make the musical skills second nature. School of Rock students will become musicians and play real rock shows at real rock venues.
“School of Rock is an incredible experience. I learned guitar, bass and drums through their program. I began playing live shows as part of School of Rock’s curriculum, and have since performed with members of inﬂuential rock bands on some of the world’s most famous stages. School of Rock made me a musician.”
“I started bass lessons three years ago at School of Rock. They had me playing onstage with a band in no time. I began gaining skills and conﬁdence faster than I could have imagined, and I've now begun learning to play my second instrument, guitar. School of Rock made me a musician.”
“School of Rock is an amazing music school. I started their program at age 15, and my only regret is not starting sooner. I learned to play drums, and found my love of performing onstage and collaborating with other musicians. These experiences shaped the person I am today. School of Rock made me a musician.”