Private lessons: Piano, Violin, Cello

Private instrumental instruction is offered on the Alamance Christian School campus during the school day.  This is an opportunity for the student to have his/her lessons without disrupting the family schedule.  The teachers are screened for excellence in instructional qualities as well as compliance with the standards for instructors at ACS.

Private Piano Instruction
Mrs. Sharon Stowe

Scheduling and payment are handled privately with the individual instructor.
Contact the Alamance Christian School office for instructor contact information.


ACS to Make Violin and Cello Lessons Available to Students
Miss Amy Marsh

Beginning in the fall of 2013 ACS students will have the opportunity to take private violin and/or cello lessons on the campus. The instructor will be an adjunct teacher, Miss Amy Marsh.

Miss Marsh is a registered and trained Suzuki Violin and Cello teacher through the Suzuki Association of the Americas. Her speciality is working with young children. Additionally, she holds a Master of Music degree in Cello Performance from Bob Jones University.

Lessons will be offered on the campus for children 4 years and up. Studio policies and tuition information may  be obtained by contacting Miss Marsh. Alamance Strings  

Half-hour Lesson: $20
Full-hour Lesson: $40
Post-school Study Hall: $30
Advanced Study: Contact me for details.

Private Violin Lessons by Mrs. Strelow

I am very excited to be offering violin lessons at ACS starting this summer! I began taking private violin lessons when I was five and joined my first orchestra in 4th grade. My early exposure helped me to develop a passion for music, and I am looking forward to sharing that passion with you. In the 7th grade I joined southwest Virginia's premier youth orchestra and began studying under Benedict Goodfriend, world renowned violist. During my classical training I also explored my interest in bluegrass and began taking fiddle lessons and participating in competitions. I continued my violin studies at Elon University and will be starting my 7th year as a member of their community orchestra. I have found that one of the greatest blessings of studying music is the opportunity to share it with others. I look forward to starting that journey of exploration with you.