Instrumental and Vocal Admissions
Instrumental and Vocal Department Application Timeline
Diller-Quaile’s 2018-2019 Catalog and A Guide to Your Child’s Diller-Quaile Education, which provide overviews of the School’s diverse offerings, are now available. Prospective parents and students may apply online for the 2018-2019 academic year or download a writable PDF application.
|April 30, 2018||Application deadline for returning students|
|Wednesday, April 11 at 8:30 a.m., Friday, May 4 at 1:00 p.m., or Tuesday, May 22 at 6:30 p.m.||Required Open Houses/Information Sessions for prospective instrumental families (parents/guardians only)|
|June 2018||Interviews for new students
Scheduling of new and returning students
|Mid-July 2018||Schedules are mailed to new and returning families|
|August 1, 2018||Enrollment contracts are mailed|
|September 1, 2018||Tuition is payable to the School in full by September 1, 2018; or families may pay in installments. Under our installment plan, 50% tuition is payable by September 1 and 50% by December 1. For signed contracts due after September 1, 2018, 50% tuition is due prior to the student's first lesson or class and 50% is due by December 1, 2018.|
|December 1, 2018||Tuition balance is due.|
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs) ABOUT INSTRUMENTAL AND VOCAL ADMISSIONS
Q: As a returning family, do we need to complete the application form each year?
A: Yes, all families must complete an application form for each student each year.
Q: As a new family, can we submit our application form before the Information Sessions?
A: Yes, you may submit an application at any time.
Q: Can I apply for my child after classes have begun?
A: Yes. Though students generally enroll for a 30-week academic year beginning in September, the School will admit students later in the academic year if an appropriate placement is available.
Q: What if I am unsure which instrument my child should study?
A: Department administrators will address this question at the Information Session to help families determine how to move forward. Students who are undecided may be able to interview for more than one instrument.
Q: I am interested in enrolling my child at Diller-Quaile next year, but I am undecided about which weekly class (Early Childhood or Instrumental) to choose or instrument to study.
A: We recommend that you submit your application early even if you are undecided, indicating your areas of interest on the form. School administrators will work with you to determine the appropriate program for your child.
Q: What if my child’s availability changes once I have submitted the form?
A: Please contact the Instrumental and Vocal Coordinator at 212-369-1484, ext. 26, with any new information.
Q: Is Musicianship class required?
A: All students who enroll in individual instrument or voice lessons are required to take Musicianship class as part of a Comprehensive Program.