Summer Lesson Registration will be available here on May 1st.

Online and in-person lessons will be available!

Read our health and safety policy here.

Pricing and Registration

Registering is easy!

Step 1:  Download and complete the registration form for the current session.
Step 2:  Submit your payment (either online or by check). 
Upon receiving the completed form AND payment, ACMS will send you an email confirmation with instructor contact information.  
Private Lesson Pricing
Lesson costs are contingent on the length of lesson and level of instructor.  
Spring lessons are offered
in sets of 14 lessons.
A $10 registration fee is required
of each student each session.  
Master Teacher Pricing
14 lesson package
30 minutes - $355
45 minutes - $510
60 minutes - $645
Student Instructor Pricing
14 lesson package
30 minutes - $210
45 minutes - $294
60 minutes - $378
or by check to "ACMS".  
Cash payments can no longer
be accepted.


Pricing for Classes
Classes will not be held in the spring semester of 2021.
Classes are priced based

on one semester of instruction.


Please consult the

class description for the specific number of classes offered for the class that interests you.


Class availability varies from semester to semester.

If there is a class you would like to see offered, please contact the ACMS Director with your idea.


For a current listing of classes,

please click HERE.

Ensembles Pricing
Ensembles will not be held
in the spring semester
of 2021.

Ensembles prices vary.

For a current listing of ensembles, please click HERE.


Click here for the 

Spring Registration Form.

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2021 Spring Registration Form
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Prices from previous sessions are no longer valid.
Need-Based Financial Assistance

In 1986, the Advisory Board of The Athens Community Music School established a Need-Based Scholarship Fund (now known as “Need-Based Financial Assistance”) through the Ohio University Foundation, the University’s institutionally-related, nonprofit, tax exempt, 501(c)(3) organization. Since then, ACMS annually raises money that supports participation in music lessons, classes, and ensembles at the Athens Community Music School for families and individuals in Southeast Ohio with the desire to enrich their lives with music, but who are struggling financially.


For more information about applying for Need-Based Financial Assistance, please click HERE.

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