Our program is open for beginner to advanced students aged 12 through adult. Our students come from diverse backgrounds including young-aspiring musicians, adult hobbyists, high school and post-secondary students pursuing music careers, semi-professional and professional musicians. Students are welcome to attend individually, with friends or family, and even as a complete band.
On-Campus Students – Housing and Meals
On-campus students stay in the dormitories and are provided with three meals per day. The cafeteria offers a wide selection of food and vegetarian options are always available. Students are housed according to age and gender. Groups of under age students are supervised by staff members who also stay in the dorm house. Arrangements can be made to be roomed with a specific roommate. Please include your roommate’s name on the application form. A limited number of private rooms are also available for an additional fee.
Students who do not stay on campus overnight during the session pay a lower tuition fee. Meals are not included but a weekly meal plan is available for an additional cost.
Under Age Students
Unless accompanied by an approved member of the staff and a signed parental permission form is on file, students under the age of 18 are not permitted to leave campus. Those under age students who drive to the campus must leave their car keys with the office at the beginning of the session. Off campus students who are under age 18 must be signed in and out by their parents/legal guardians when they arrive and leave the campus.
Parents of under age students must notify the office staff if their child takes prescription medication. All medicines must be stored in our office and will be dispensed as per written instructions outlined on the health form.
To maximize the enjoyment of the session for all participants and to create a friendly and creative atmosphere, a certain code of conduct must be followed. Students who violate the stated rules and regulations or whose behaviour jeopardizes the enjoyment and safety of other participants will be dismissed from the program without refund of tuition. Illegal drugs and alcohol are not permitted on campus. Possession or use of these substances results in immediate dismissal from the program without refund of tuition. Students must provide their own instrument and are responsible for their personal belongings and equipment. Guitar Workshop Plus will not be held responsible for these items. Where for unforeseen condition, epidemic, illness, war, government restriction, threat to public safety, or Act of God, the workshop is postponed, any fees paid will be credited toward the re-scheduled or future session dates. Participants in the program may be photographed during class or performances for use in promo material or our website.
Regardless of age, all participants must complete a health form before they can be admitted into the program. Should a medical situation arise or if there are any pre-existing or current medical conditions that we should be aware of, we must have this information on file. Please note, however, that we are not a special needs program. All medical expenses are the responsibility of the student or their parent/guardian. Guitar Workshop Plus will not be held responsible for the cost of any medicine or medical services. Guitar Workshop Plus reserves the right to refuse admission to the program at it’s discretion.