Scholarships and tuition assistance

We're pleased to announce two scholarship opportunities:
 

Tuition assistance - because music is for everybody!

Please don't hesitate to sign up if your budget is tight. We offer a number of options to make it easier to manage this expense. Requesting tuition assistance is simple. You don't need to fill out any special forms, but please tell us a bit about your circumstances and your needs, so we can work together to create a payment plan. Some possibilities for tuition help include:  

Split payments

Pay the full tuition, but break it into two or more payments spaced over the course of the 10-week semester. Split payment arrangements are easy to set up. Just contact us!

Barter

Invest some time into helping us with marketing or other tasks, in exchange for reduced tuition. If you’re interested in bartering, click here for more information.

Gift certificates 

Many grandparents or other family members are thrilled to offer Music Together® classes as a special birthday or holiday gift for a child they love. It’s especially lovely when they can see how much fun their gift provides, by visiting your child in class! Gift certificates are always available and can be personalized with any message and any gift amount.

Reduced tuition

Our scholarship fund helps us support music making for families with tight budgets. We do ask that you pay a minimum amount to help us share this option with the greatest number of families. Contact us for more information!  

To request tuition assistance, contact Miriam Klein at 491-3131 or send us an email.

"I wanted to take a moment to thank you and our teacher, Karen, for THE BEST experience with Heartland Music Together this summer. Grant absolutely thrived in the classes, clapping and dancing along to the music. I have never seen him smile bigger than when he is in music--he seriously responds so enthusiastically and joyfully to it. What a gift this scholarship was to us this summer. We are beyond grateful for the gifts of music, kindness, and generosity." - Parent