In-home lessons are the perfect solution for busy families or students that live beyond driving distance to an AMI school location. Unlike other ‘companies’ that provide at-home music lessons, AMI has personal interviews (versus over-the-phone interviews) and direct communication throughout the month with all of the teachers that come to your home. Most teachers that teach in Home Lesson Program are also on faculty at an AMI school, and have regular teaching days at an AMI school location. Additionally, AMI conducts background checks and educational references on all faculty members. Students can receive either a ½-hr, 45-minute, or 1-hr weekly or bi-weekly lesson with a private instructor.
In-School vs. In-Home Lessons
The decision between attending an AMI school as a student and having an Home Lessons is entirely a person preference. Although attending an AMI school may lead to a more focused learning environment, many families find that having a teacher come to their home to conduct lessons allows for better consistency in lessons, in that it is easier for students to fit the lesson in their schedule.
Why AMI for Home Lessons?
As a community driven non-profit music school, American Music Institute is an excellent choice when deciding where to find an in-home lesson teacher. Unlike many other in-home lesson services or businesses, AMI is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing our students the highest quality music education and serving all sectors of the community. When you choose AMI, you will know that your tuition money goes towards helping the community through our many Outreach Programs — from providing free music programs to low-income public schools, to providing free music concerts to the senior and developmentally delayed population and everything in between. We believe in fostering well-being and growth of our local communities, and your enrollment in any AMI program will help us continue to do so.