Music Lesson Registration


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Downloadable Forms
Registration Form Medical Permission Form Automatic Withdrawal Form







2019-2020 Registration is now open!

Tuition must be paid in order to reserve a lesson time. Registration fees must also be paid if applicable.  Continuing students do not need to fill out a new registration form. See below for registration procedures. See below for more registration procedures. No students are automatically enrolled in the 2019-2020 school year, and lesson times do not carry over from one school year or summer to the next

August 19: First trimester begins.

November 11: Second trimester begins.

March 2: Third trimester begins.


Registration Procedures

Returning students: Returning students do not need to complete a new registration form each year. Be sure to notify us of any changes of address, phone number, or email.  If you have not submitted a registration form since 2015, you may be asked to do so. Download a pdf version from the top of the page, or pick one up at our office. Please review our policies before registering.

New students:  Northeast Iowa School of Music welcomes new students at any time. All new students will submit a registration form with their payment to register. Before registering, please read our policies and tuition information. You can also review our calendar, faculty biographies, and frequently asked questions.

Registration in person: Visit our office any time during normal office hours to be placed with an instructor and choose a lesson time. You will be asked to submit a registration form (if applicable) and the tuition and registration fee payment in order to reserve the lesson time.

Registration by mail:  Mail the completed forms and tuition payment to 2728 Asbury Road, Suite 200, Dubuque, IA 52001. Be sure to include a note with your desired teacher and lesson time, as well as alternates if your first choice is not available. Please contact our office by phone (563-690-0151) or email ( to confirm availability and payment amount before sending your materials.

Registration by phone:  Registration will be accepted over the phone for returning students if tuition is paid by credit card. New students may be able to register over the phone, but a completed registration form must be received within 10 days to continue to reserve the lesson time. We strongly encourage all new students register in person or via mail.

Online registration, click here

Our students must register each school year and summer. Registration is first come, first served. By registering at Northeast Iowa School of Music, you are agreeing to abide by the policies and adhere to the payment dates.

Registration Procedures for Alternate Payment Methods

Automatic Withdrawals:  If you wish to utilize automatic monthly withdrawals, download and complete the Authorization Agreement for ACH Debits form. You will also need to submit a voided check or deposit slip in addition to the tuition deposit and registration fee. If you have used this payment method in the past and your account information has not changed, you do not need to fill out a new form, but you will need to register in person to sign and date your form on file to re-authorize these payments. See tuition information for more details about ACH. There are no automatic withdrawals for summer session.

Scholarships: If you are seeking need-based scholarship assistance, please submit your application before you plan to register, so you can be notified of any award prior to registration. If you prefer to enroll right away, you may do so by paying full price for the first trimester and seeking assistance for future trimesters during the school year. Note that scholarships do not apply to summer lessons, and students must reapply each year.



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