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Summer Camper Details / Q&A


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- Instrument of 1st Choice (not including amps, keys and drums). We recommend microphones for singers, guitars and/or Bass with Strap/Chords, picks and extra strings, drumsticks, ear plugs (we have some you can purchase)

- Lunch / Snacks / Water (We provide pizza on Friday)

- Folder / Binder for notes and worksheets

- A Good Attitude :-)

- Inform SOR of any allergies or medication needs

- Let us know what your 2nd choice instruments would be. It's more fun when you try new instruments and play with your camp peers

- SAVE DATE FOR the LAST DAY OF CAMP SHOW at 2:30pm // School of Rock Mamaroneck


We hope that you enjoy your camp experience so much that you want to enroll in one of our weekly programs. Our Performance and Rock 101 programs consist of weekly private lessons combined with weekly group rehearsals for students ages 7 - 18 of all experience levels. Let us know if you’re interested in signing up after your camp and we’ll find a great program that fits your child perfectly!

Please let us know if you have any additional questions. We look forward to having you in our camp and can’t wait to see you at School of Rock!

Q: Does my child need to bring a lunch or snack? Is any food provided throughout the day?

A: Each student needs to bring their own lunch and water each day. We also suggest that students pack snacks for themselves throughout the day as well. We do order food on the last day.

Q: What does an average day of SOR camp look like? Do they play music ALL day long?

A: A typical day at camp involves fun games and activities, small group rehearsal sessions and group / individual lessons on their instrument. The first day of camp doesn’t involve as much instrument time as the rest of the week as we’re listening to the songs as a group and figuring out parts.

Q: Do the students need to have any musical experience or will you teach them at camp?

A: For every camp (other than Rock 101), we recommend that your student has at least some experience on their instrument. If they do not, no worries! We offer lesson packs to get your student up to speed before camp. Give us a call to learn more.

Q: What ages of students attend camp? Will there be someone close to my child’s age?

A: Rock 101 camps range from 7 - 11 years old and our Performance camps will range from 8 - 18 years old. We believe that students should gain experience learning from and interacting with students of different ages, backgrounds and abilities. We tend to always have a few students in each age bracket, but each camp is different.

Q: Who are the Instructors/Staff?

A: Our instructors are real working, professional musicians. They are chosen not only based on their qualifications, but also how they can relate with our students. Every instructor has cleared a background check and is trained to work with students in the age range of the camp they’re directing.

Q: What is the Student : Instructor ratio?

A: We aim to have a 5:1 ratio in all our camps.

Q: What happens if we can’t make it to camp one/multiple day(s)?

A: We have limited space in our camps and wait lists for some. We ask that your child attends all 5-days of camp as they’re a large part of the program. There are no partial refunds due to days missed.

Q: What are some things NOT to bring to camp?

A: Please do not allow your child to bring any toys, trading cards, dolls, personal electronic devices, etc. Anything that might distract them should stay at home. We do not take responsibility for any broken or lost items.

Q: Can I send treats to share with the other campers?

A: This is a nice idea, but we want to avoid contact with any allergies or possible airborne allergens. We will notify you of those when camp starts.

Q: What are your drop-off and pick-up policies?

A: Please drop off between 9:45am – 10:00am and pick up by 3:15pm at the latest.