In addition, the Musical Arts School partners with Calvary Christian High School by offering lessons to students during the school day for credit toward graduation.
New and returning students pay an annual $30 registration fee which is in addition to tuition. This fee is due at the first semester of enrollment and annually thereafter.
Must be paid at least one week before lessons begin to confirm placement on the teacher’s schedule. Payment may be paid by check, in the Worship Ministry office, or online using a credit card. Lessons are offered in 30 or 45 minute increments. Payment options include: Payment in full or Two-Payments (balance due by Oct 1—Fall semester or March 1—Spring semester)
To Schedule a Lesson
Returning students contact your teacher for your preferred time/day. New students contact Frankie Rogers, MAS Director at (727)441-1581 x125 or email@example.com
Each student receives one make up lesson per semester for an excused absence. Absences are excused if the school or teacher is notified at least 3 hours in advance.
Recitals and special events will be scheduled throughout the year and students will be notified well in advance giving time for preparation.
Students may earn credit toward graduation by scheduling a music lesson during the school day with one of our outstanding teachers. To arrange, see Mrs. Cindy Peabody at CCHS
Graduate of USF with emphasis on Music Education - Professional Church organist and Choral Director since 1972 - Private piano teacher.
Professional Organist and Choirmaster - Distinguished Career serving churches in Washington DC -Piano and Organ Teacher.
Multi-layered teaching background including a successful private piano studio of beginning, intermediate and advanced students - Accompanist for worship teams, festivals and special events - Specializing at the MAS in early childhood musicianship and piano.
Guitar & Bass
Professional Bassist and Guitarist in the Tampa Bay region - Song Writer/Arranger - Teacher - Member at large of Calvary’s Worship Band.
Professional Flutist for Community and Church Events - Member of Calvary’s Orchestra - Private Flute Teacher.
Professional harpist specializing in music for weddings, corporate events, parties, and worship services. Member of Calvary's orchestra - Private teaching studio.
Lauren J. Van Dyke
Violinist & Music Educator - B.S. with Emphasis in Child Development - Teaching career in the traditional and Suzuki methods for 25 years - Former Co-Owner of The Suzuki Music School of Franklin, TN.
The Suzuki approach creates a positive learning environment involving the teacher, student and parent, where “Every child can Learn”
Beginners as young as 4 yrs will learn:
Professional drummer in the Tampa Bay area - Private teaching studio since 1998 - Leader of the band Four Star Riot opening for groups such as Bon Jovi and Def Leppard.
BA degree in Music Ed - Stetson Univ., M.M. Ed - USF, School Counseling Certification - Univ. of Sarasota. Retired Director of Bands and School Counselor. FBA Adjudicator, guest conductor/clinician, private lesson Instructor. Member of ASBDA, NBA, FBA, FMEA, NAfME. Currently serves as Associate Director and trumpet player for The Greater St Petersburg 2nd Time Arounders and The St Petersburg Community Band.