Homeschool Music Classes for 8th-12th grade

Tuesday August 22, 2017

Are you a homeschooling parent looking for a high school level music class for your child, but haven’t had the training to teach one yourself?

Looking for music theory or music appreciation classes such as are available in local high schools but don’t want to have to drive your child there every day for class?

Flourish Music Academy to the rescue!

You can be confident your child is getting top notch instruction with either of two different music classes available to homeschooled students from 8th-12th grade, taught by UNC Professor Dr. Frank Cook.

Classes will be held once a week on Friday afternoons with homework assigned in between classes.

Music Classroom at Flourish

Music Foundations (Music Theory)

This curriculum centers on aural and theoretical skills. Aural skills will be developed through dictations and prepared materials for rhythm, pitch, melody, and harmony. Theory will include basic diatonic harmony, phrase structure, analysis, and introductory part writing.

Fridays 1-2 pm, September 15 to December 15 (no class October 6 or November 24)

Register by September 1


Music Appreciation

This is an overview of music in its cultural and historical contexts. The class offers an exploration of Medieval, Renaissance, Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern musical styles. Content centers around selected reading, listening, and discussion.

Fridays 2:15-3:15pm, September 15 to December 15 (no class October 6 or November 24)

Register by September 1

Sibling DISCOUNTS are available for both classes!



Find more info on our group class page

Or call us at 970-573-5856!


Don’t wait! The Registration Deadline for both classes is September 1!