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Teaching Policies:

Our teaching policies are very simple and straight forward in an effort to avoid any confusion.

Lesson Times:

Each student is given a 30 minute lesson once per week. The time per week is the same each and every week until that student discontinues lessons. The time is decided based on a combination of availability for the teacher and the student.


Advanced payment for all of the lessons in a given month is required before the first lesson of that month. For example, all of the lessons in April will be paid for before March 31. This is to reserve a students scheduled lesson time.


A minimum notice of 48 hours is requested to cancel any lesson and receive credit. Unfortunately, no exceptions can be made to this policy because of the costs that are still incurred by the instructor.

No Shows:

If a student does not attend their lesson time and has not given a minimum notice of 48 hours or more, then the lesson will still be charged. The reality is that by “No Showing” you remove the ability to schedule another student in this time slot. If multiple absences occur, the time slot will be considered “available” for another student.

Teacher Absence:

In the case of a teacher absence, a credit will be automatically applied to your next month tuition.

For example, if the teacher is away for one lesson in March and there are 4 available lessons in April, you will only be billed for 3 lessons in April.


Many of our instructors are available for online lessons. Please note that the same policies for lessons apply to Online lessons as well.

What we recommend you have:

  • High speed internet connection. (Cable or DSL is preferred)
  • Skype Account
  • Guitar Pro 5 or better
  • Paypal Account

Online Lessons are preferred to be paid online through PayPal or Etransfer service.

*Please note that a small service charge will apply to all PayPal transactions.

  • Testimonials

    Every once in a while you come across coaches and teachers that get kids and young people. These few people have the ability to draw out the potential of these and other students. DJ is most definitely one of those few teachers.

    Trevor Howell