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About School of Rock Flower Mound

Welcome to School of Rock Flower Mound, where students learn to rock their worlds. Perfectly poised in the heart of Flower Mound’s bustling music ecosystem, School of Rock Flower Mound has the right teachers, instruments, and programs your student needs to jam their way to success.

School of Rock isn’t just about creating killer musicians with a lasting love for all things rock. Because life isn’t a solo act, we’re equally focused on creating awesome bands of friends and musicians. We’re as much about orchestrating a community in Flower Mound full of cool experiences as we are about building confidence, extraordinary teamwork, and achieving excellence through our unique teaching method.

Everyone deserves to feel like a rock star. Welcome to a place where students learn to create face-melting music while developing the skills they need to do so much more.

Contact Information

School of Rock Flower Mound
3501 Long Prairie Rd#102Flower Mound, TX 75022
(972) 539-0761

Hours of Operation

Monday - Thursday
2:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
SundayClosed

Programs

  • School of Rock Flower Mound's Performance Program is all about translating our students' abilities to play in the lesson room to performing for real on stage. In addition to refining their overall skill and proficiency as musicians, students learn what comes with being part of a band: teamwork, collaboration, and the special brand of fun that only comes from sharing awesome experiences with others.

    Students learn, absorb, and perform iconic hits from some of history's greatest rock and roll performers including The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Van Halen, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin and many more. No matter what they perform, our students will learn incredible skills and enjoy epic experiences that will last a lifetime.

    All students in Flower Mound's Performance Program can expect:

    • Weekly private music lessons on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
    • Weekly band rehearsal to get students prepared for real shows
    • Real-life performances on stage at amazing venues
    • Advanced instruction in fundamentals such as stage performance, harmonies, musicianship, and more
    • Fun, music, and education wrapped into one all-inclusive experience!

  • Our Rock 101 Program at School of Rock Flower Mound is focused on making the first steps of a young student’s journey both fun and successful. The days of mundane music instruction are over. At School of Rock Flower Mound, we believe that playing music together is the only real path to mastering an instrument and developing a true love for music.

    In Rock 101, we focus our instruction on the one instrument that students have chosen to study. Whether we’re teaching scales, chords, notes, or time signatures, we put concepts in context so students understand how the principles they learn are applied to real music. Using some of the world’s most famous songs and infusing fun into every chord, Rock 101 allows Flower Mound students to enhance their skills and move on to our Performance Program.

    School of Rock Flower Mound’s Rock 101 students can expect:

    • Weekly private music lessons on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
    • Weekly group rehearsals to reinforce basic concepts and skills in a band setting
    • A firm grasp of the fundamentals of technique and music theory
    • An understanding of what it means to play solo and in a group
    • Real knowledge gained through real fun!

  • School of Rock Flower Mound is now enrolling for our Adult Performance Program, where adult students of all proficiency levels can explore and conquer the world of music. We get our students playing and learning at lightning-quick speeds through practical performance rather than run-of-the-mill music instruction programs. At School of Rock Flower Mound, the thrill of the performance is just as important as learning the skill to rock.

    Our adult students learn the fundamentals of music, including scales, chords, notes, progressions, and more, through some of the most iconic songs and sounds in music history. Whether you’re a die-hard fan of rock ‘n roll or a metal-loving head-banger at home in the mosh pit, our teachers know how to best connect your love for music with a passion for learning it.

    All students in School of Rock Flower Mound’s Adult Program can expect:

    • Fast-paced instruction in one of our great musical offerings: guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, and/or vocals
    • Weekly private instruction catered to your goals and level of proficiency
    • Rehearsals with others just like you to get ready for real shows at live music venues
    • An understanding of music theory and technique fundamentals, learned through songs from your favorite music genre
    • Fun, instruction, and a great progression of practical skills wrapped all into one!

  • School of Rock Flower Mound’s music camps and workshops are designed to bring out the best performance in a fast-paced learning environment. Just like our standard programs, our camps offer a high-energy experience that is fun, creative and team-oriented. Our students learn music by playing it with their peers, guided by experienced instructors from the music community.

    From basic Performance Boot Camps to more advanced Guitar Building and Songwriting Training, School of Rock offers opportunities for musicians of all skill levels. Camps vary by location, so please contact us for a current list of camps and workshops at School of Rock Flower Mound.

    Regardless of which camp they choose, students can expect:
    • Hands-on skill building for guitar, bass guitar, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
    • One-on-one interaction with seasoned music professionals
    • A deeper appreciation for music theory and fundamentals
    • Greater confidence, collaboration and improvisation abilities
    • A fun and interactive experienceFind a Camp or Workshop

School of Rock Flower Mound's Performance Program is all about translating our students' abilities to play in the lesson room to performing for real on stage. In addition to refining their overall skill and proficiency as musicians, students learn what comes with being part of a band: teamwork, collaboration, and the special brand of fun that only comes from sharing awesome experiences with oth...
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School of Rock Flower Mound's Performance Program is all about translating our students' abilities to play in the lesson room to performing for real on stage. In addition to refining their overall skill and proficiency as musicians, students learn what comes with being part of a band: teamwork, collaboration, and the special brand of fun that only comes from sharing awesome experiences with others.

Students learn, absorb, and perform iconic hits from some of history's greatest rock and roll performers including The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Van Halen, AC/DC, Led Zeppelin and many more. No matter what they perform, our students will learn incredible skills and enjoy epic experiences that will last a lifetime.

All students in Flower Mound's Performance Program can expect:

• Weekly private music lessons on guitar, bass, keyboard, drums, and/or vocals
• Weekly band rehearsal to get students prepared for real shows
• Real-life performances on stage at amazing venues
• Advanced instruction in fundamentals such as stage performance, harmonies, musicianship, and more
• Fun, music, and education wrapped into one all-inclusive experience!
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Upcoming Events

  • August 5
    7:00 PM
    Sounds of Summer! House Band at the Highland Village Shops
    Show
    Come hear our House Band play some great tunes at the Shops at Highland Village. This will be the last performance of the Highland Village Sounds of Summer Series.

Staff

    • Meet Rich
      Music Director
      Born in Dallas and raised in Coppell, Richard Sanchez began learning musical instruments at five years old. While he notes that the drum set is his primary instrument, he is proficient in guitar, b...
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      Born in Dallas and raised in Coppell, Richard Sanchez began learning musical instruments at five years old. While he notes that the drum set is his primary instrument, he is proficient in guitar, bass and piano and has studied mallet percussion and cello as well. Rich began performing on drums professionally at the age of seventeen with students from the UNT college of music; playing almost every venue in Deep Ellum by the time he turned eighteen. He strongly credits rock music as being the catalyst that led him to study music in college. Rich was accepted to Berklee College of Music but decided to pursue jazz studies at University of North Texas where he got a degree in music. Rich has also worked as an audio engineer which he credits to giving him insight into the workings of the professional music industry. In his time working at Maximedia Studios he came in contact with artists such as The Jonas Brothers, Pat Green, Andy Timmons, Amy Lee of Evanescence, Filter, Justin Timberlake, Usher, and Timberland. He also worked as a session drummer for many local and regional artists. Richard currently plays in his original band, Jambunctious, and plays jazz gigs with top musicians from UNT's jazz studies program. Rich is a strong believer in the program at School Of Rock: 'I feel very privileged to have music in my life and to make it my career. I wish School Of Rock had been in existence when I started out because I've always wanted a mentor'¦a voice of experience in rock music. I've sought those people out in my career. Now I have the opportunity to be that person for these kids. They are the most important people to me and I want them to not only be good musicians, but to have fun. I want to share all of the joy that musicianship has brought to me.'
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    • Meet Aurora "Rory" Wynne
      Assistant General Manager
      A Texas musician, born and raised, Rory moved to the Dallas area from her home-town of Midland in 2013. She came out of the womb singing and started playing guitar at the age of 10. By the time she...
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      A Texas musician, born and raised, Rory moved to the Dallas area from her home-town of Midland in 2013. She came out of the womb singing and started playing guitar at the age of 10. By the time she was 15, Rory was performing as both a local musician and a church worship leader. She spent two years studying opera and classic voice at Midland College before moving to North Texas to study at UNT. After settling into the music scene in Denton, Rory formed her band "The Wit and the Whimsy". She has since released a full length album, and performed in several Texas music festivals.
      Rory is known for her positive attitude and high energy personality. She loves to laugh loudly and learn something new at every given opportunity. She loves her new position at School of Rock Flower Mound because it allows her to put that energy into facilitating music in other people, which she considers to be the greatest honor and purpose any musician could have.
      Outside of music, Rory likes to spend her time in the outdoors with her dog, Puck. She is an avid hiker and climber, as well as a Kung Fu student.
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    • Meet Hunter
      Instructor: Bass, Guitar & Show Director
      Born and raised in North Texas, Hunter Johnston has had a passion for musicfor most of his life. At a young age, his parents introduced him to great artists that ranged from Willie Nelsonto Pink Fl...
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      Born and raised in North Texas, Hunter Johnston has had a passion for musicfor most of his life. At a young age, his parents introduced him to great artists that ranged from Willie Nelsonto Pink Floyd. At ten years old, heentered the elusive world of playing music when he joined his elementary school Orchestra.There and throughout much of Middle and High School, he becameclassically trained on Upright Bass.Hunter has played in numerous bands throughout his schooling; cutting a handful of records along the way. He has taught at the School of Rock since 2010 and is a crowd favorite when it comes to private lessons and Show Directing! His most recent shows include Best of the 90's, The Rolling Stones The Beatles!! Today, Hunter plays in a local, up-in-coming band from Denton, Vinyl, with fellow School of Rock employees: Justin Hawkins, Dustin Fleming, and Steve Phillips.
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    • Meet Dewey
      Keyboard and Vocal Instructor
      Dewey Reikofski was born in England where his trombone playing father turned air force pilot and classically trained singing mother were stationed. In 1986 the Reikofski family moved to Denton, TX ...
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      Dewey Reikofski was born in England where his trombone playing father turned air force pilot and classically trained singing mother were stationed. In 1986 the Reikofski family moved to Denton, TX where Dewey resides today. When Dewey was young hewanted to learn to play the guitar! His mother however, having a formal education in music, said that first he must learn to play the piano. He relented to her wishes and started taking piano lessons from Anna Farish in the summer before second grade and continued through his senior year of high school. Growing up, Dewey sang in the children's and youth choirs at church and on through middle school and high school. As well as being the bass in his high school barbershop quartet, he was a percussionist in band, a thespian, and a member of the 2000 Texas all-state choir. His love of music and theatre led him to pursue a Bachelors of Music in Vocal Performance at the University of North Texas to become an opera singer.Dewey Performed in his first professional opera at 19 with the American Bel Canto Opera Company as Ct Ceprano in Riggoletto. The following year he performed the role of Dr. Grenville in La Traviata at Teatro Accademio Castel'“Franco, Venito, Italy. At 21 Dewey moved to Minneapolis MN where he was a member of Cantus and by the age of 24 he went on to perform the roles of Leporello in Don Giovanni, and Betto in Gianni Schicchi with the Amarillo Opera company. Last year he performed the role of Ambrogio in The Barber of Seville with the Mill City Summer Opera. Dewey has been a regular member of the Ft.Worth Opera Chorus for four seasons where he has recently played the Jailer in Tosca, and Scottish Soldier Number 3 in the Pulitzer prize winning opera Silent Night.In college, Dewey's first foray into the world of rock and roll came in the form of a Tenacious D cover band called Tenacious 3 in which he sang (beautifully). Since then he has aspired to writing and performing in Jambunctious (along with SOR legend Richard Sanchez) where Dewey plays keys and sings.Dewey is currently employed at First United Methodist Church of Denton, as a Section leader in the Chancel Choir, Chamber Choir, and Men's Ensemble as well as a singer, substitute drummer, and master tambourine shaker in the praise and worship service's Connection Band.
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    • Meet Joaquin
      Guitar Instructor
      My interest in music started when I first heard my dad and uncles sing Cat Stevens, Jim Croce, and James Taylor songs. I came into school of rock after making the move from the Rio Grande valley to...
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      My interest in music started when I first heard my dad and uncles sing Cat Stevens, Jim Croce, and James Taylor songs. I came into school of rock after making the move from the Rio Grande valley to McKinney. The move was a turning point in my life both personally and musically. I'm familiar with many different genres in music ranging from rock, country, jazz, blues, fingerpicking, etc. I am a regular in the Dallas Praise and Worship community (currently employed full time guitarist in Lovers Lane United Methodist Church in Dallas TX) while also free lancing to local Worship Leaders. Coming into School of Rock was part of the deal I made with my parents when we first moved 2 1/2 years ago. After being a part of the program (regular shows, dean's list, and DFW summer tour) for that time, I was offered a job as an assistant and junior teacher which to me is the greatest job in the world. I love School of Rock and what it stands for, nothing makes me happier than being a part of this program. I continue to work hard and broaden my talents so that I can be a good service to my employers and coworkers.
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    • Meet Stephanie Untch
      Vocals/Guitar Instructor
      Born in Chicago and now a Denton native, Stephanie has had a love of music since she can remember her dad singing Van Halen to her as a young child. Getting her first guitar at age 7, she taught he...
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      Born in Chicago and now a Denton native, Stephanie has had a love of music since she can remember her dad singing Van Halen to her as a young child. Getting her first guitar at age 7, she taught herself to play using books and videos, and by listening to her Dad's rock cassettes. At age 12 she joined the orchestra at her school, and became classically trained on the double bass, playing for 7 years. Around age 15, Stephanie started into the world of singing and songwriting as a form of musical expression, and began performing locally. Since then, Stephanie has recorded three studio albums, and played with bands and solo all around the country, focusing now in DFW and surrounding areas. "I love the school of Rock and I love the experience it provides for the kids. I learn just as much from them as they learn from me, and I've never had such a fun time getting to teach what I love so much."
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    • Meet Grahm Robinson
      Drum Instructor
      Grahm began taking an interest in playing drums at age 11 because a good friend of his had a drum set in their house. After learning a thing or two, he became addicted to playing drums! He starte...
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      Grahm began taking an interest in playing drums at age 11 because a good friend of his had a drum set in their house. After learning a thing or two, he became addicted to playing drums! He started playing in his first rock band at the age of 15 and would go on to perform extensively over the years with a wide variety of music groups (Criminal Birds, MAH KEE OH). He is very passionate about his craft and thoroughly enjoys passing his knowledge of the instrument down to his students!
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    • Meet Joe Medina
      Guitar and Bass Instructor
      Joe, who has lived in Texas his entire life, can’t imagine anything else as a career other than music. On his 15th birthday, he received his first guitar from his parents. While he was raised on ...
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      Joe, who has lived in Texas his entire life, can’t imagine anything else as a career other than music. On his 15th birthday, he received his first guitar from his parents. While he was raised on more contemporary music such as pop and country, Joe gravitated more towards rock music or anything that made you want to head bang. Understanding that learning an instrument takes an unreal amount of effort, he began to immerse himself in music. His instructors often told him that the only person who could hold him back was himself, and so he began playing and practicing at least 6-8 hours everyday. Soon after, Joe joined the School of Rock program as a student and then quickly made it into the Deans List and then the DFW summer tour. During his years as a student there, Joe practically interned under Marty Morris, the Music Director and General Manager of the Southlake School of Rock. Marty taught Joe how the program worked and the best way to approach each individual student in order to help them achieve their potential and motivate them to learn. In addition, Joe has been in multiple music projects and has played all over the DFW area. Currently Joe is involved in several bands, including the Northlake College Jazz ensemble. He is also studying Jazz at Northlake College where he has learned Guitar, Piano, Bass, and a little drums. His guitar teacher, Jim Eger, the Music Program Director at Northlake College is one of the best guitar players in the area, and he pushes Joe to reach his greatest potential and to never become stagnant. Joe loves teaching and believes if he can make a kid love music as much as he does or just have fun then he’s doing his job right.
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    • Meet Cameron Poehner
      Drum Instructor
      Cameron Poehner is a drum instructor and musician based out of Fort Worth and originally from Bakersfield, California. He has studied various styles such as Rock, R&B, Jazz, Latin, and Country, and...
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      Cameron Poehner is a drum instructor and musician based out of Fort Worth and originally from Bakersfield, California. He has studied various styles such as Rock, R&B, Jazz, Latin, and Country, and has played in multiple bands that embody each of these styles. Cameron currently performs with The Wit and the Whimsy and is currently working on another project with fellow School of Rock teachers. When he is not teaching or preparing for a performance Cameron can be found reading comic books featuring Batman and Superman. Cameron also previously performed with the Bakersfield High School Drum Line and went on to earn a Bachelor’s Degree in Music from California State University Bakersfield and performed with the University’s Big Band.
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    • Meet Micah Perkins
      Guitar, Keys, Bass and Vocals Instructor
      Born in Denton Texas, Micah comes from a long line of musicians including an award-winning fiddler for a grandfather and a wonderful pianist, opera singer, and music educator for a mother. His fath...
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      Born in Denton Texas, Micah comes from a long line of musicians including an award-winning fiddler for a grandfather and a wonderful pianist, opera singer, and music educator for a mother. His father played the radio and has worked in live music production as well as amp repairs and custom guitar pedals. It was from these sources and more that Micah grew his eclectic tastes in music. From early blues and classic rock to classical, bluegrass, and world music, Micah’s use of various instrumentation and thorough application of musical systems embodies his desires for musical progression through every style of music. Some of Micah’s greatest influences include Doc Watson, Johnny Cash, Jim James, George Harrison, Larry Coryell, Jimmy Hendrix, Ravi Shankar, Lightnin’ Hopkins, John Medeski, David Rowlings, John Scofield, Issac Brock, Victor Wooten, Derek Trucks, Jimmy Page, Moondog, and Jerry Garcia.
      Micah started playing violin at age 4, started singing with the church choir and moved to piano at 6 as well as saxophone at age 8. When he was 15, Micah finally picked up the guitar and his world has never been the same since. In college, he played with the Berea College Bluegrass Ensemble as well as the Fusion Ensemble, all the while teaching and writing music as well as playing with various artists in the Appalachian region. It was during this time that Micah picked up the banjo as well as the bass guitar. Since then, Micah has moved back to DFW to go to UNT for an additional degree in music. Now, he teaches guitar, bass, and keys at the School of Rock Flower Mound in addition to composing his own music, and he also plays with two bands of local notoriety: The Wit and the Whimsy (featuring 4 other SoR employees) and... STARPARTY
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Promotions

News

    • Vote for us as Best Music School in Denton County!

      We are honored and thrilled to announce that School of Rock Flower Mound has been nominated into the Top Three Best in Denton County in the "Music Instruction" category. We are delighted to have be...
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      We are honored and thrilled to announce that School of Rock Flower Mound has been nominated into the Top Three Best in Denton County in the "Music Instruction" category. We are delighted to have been nominated again, and would love to actually win this year. You can help! Please, follow the link below and vote for us as you favorite school. Voting begins on July 27th, and each person can vote once EVERY DAY. Thank you to all of our friends and family who have helped to bring this wonderful opportunity and attention to our school. It is the community of students, teachers, and parents here that truly make School of Rock Flower Mound the Best Music School in Denton County!Read less

    • School of Rock Flower Mound Featured in A Star Local Media Publication: The Leader

      For those about to rock, there's a new place in Flower Mound to do it.School of Rock, which has six locations in the Metroplex, had a grand opening for its most recent school in Flower Mound in Nov...
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      For those about to rock, there's a new place in Flower Mound to do it.School of Rock, which has six locations in the Metroplex, had a grand opening for its most recent school in Flower Mound in November.Owner Darryl Williams said Flower Mound was the perfect location for a new school.'This was just a pocket that made sense for this demographic,' Williams said. 'The kids here have a tremendous interest in music, and music is huge here. So it made sense to put one here.'School of Rock uses the concepts of both individual instruction and group performances to teach students of all ages how to play music at a high level. The school teaches vocals, guitars, bass, drums and keyboard. There have also been lessons in the banjo and the ukulele.The school is divided into different levels, beginning with the Kinder Rocker program for children as young as 3 years old. It goes up to 6 years old.The class serves as an introduction to music and rhythm, and it lasts for one hour a week.'The class is to get them to understand the joy of music, so we make it fun with games, Williams said.The next level is School of Rock 101. In this stage, students start out with 45-minute basic lessons followed by 90-minute group rehearsal. The program concludes with a live group performance with the instructor playing along with the band.The Performance Program is the next level, in which students again participate in 45-minute private lessons and 90-minute group rehearsals for about 12 weeks. It also concludes with a live show.Music director Ray Kidd said the group setting is what helps School of Rock students become so successful.'We see progress happen because of the band setting, and we see it so much faster,' Kidd said. 'For one thing, being part of the band is like being on a team. You want to help each other. But there's also a good peer pressure aspect to it. You want to practice and learn because you don't want to be the one who disappoints the band because you don't know your stuff.'Kidd said the Performance Program often draws in young students from the School of Rock 101 class.'We've had 10-year-olds in the Performance Program playing alongside 17-year-olds. I wasn't that good when I was that young,' Kidd said, laughing.Kidd said there are two things he looks for in bringing someone up to the Performance Program.'Can you hang out for three hours, and what kind of work ethic do you have?' Kidd said.There are also plans for an adult class for individuals in their 20s and older. Students in this class will receive a 45-minute lesson each week and then rehearse with a group for three hours before performing in front of an audience at night.Williams said it's rewarding to see how quickly some of the students pick up music.'We had a girl the other day who was playing [The White Stripes song] 'Seven Nation Army,' and it was her first time to pick up the guitar,' Williams said. 'She's 8 years old. To see that girl with the big guitar on her lap -- she was so proud.'Williams said the key to any of the students' success is work outside of the class.'It's all up to them,' Williams said. 'If they work at it at home, then we see tremendous results real quick. Practice, practice, practice is our big thing.' School of Rock also offers intensive five- to 10-day sessions during the summer, winter break and spring break. Those classes also conclude with a live show.For information, go to www.flower mound.schoolofrock.com .Read less

    • CBS 11 Interview with School of Rock Flower Mound

      You aren't going to find any quiet classrooms filled with studying students at a new school in Flower Mound. Instead, this campus encourages kids to get loud and rock out to some great tunes. They'...
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      You aren't going to find any quiet classrooms filled with studying students at a new school in Flower Mound. Instead, this campus encourages kids to get loud and rock out to some great tunes. They're cool, confident, and capable of making a big splash with their musical talents. Welcome to the School of Rock! 'We have a motto that we inspire kids to rock on stage and in life,' said Ray Kidd, the school's music director. He explained that these students learn more than just how to play rock and roll songs. 'Students learn how to sing, write and produce music, play instruments and, yes, rock out.' The walls of the school are decorated with band logos and photographs. It certainly doesn't look like a typical classroom. 'Kids want to learn bands that they listen to,' said Kidd, 'like the Metallicas, the AC/DCs, the Zeppelins, and even the new stuff '” the My Chemical Romances of the world and all that type of stuff. That's what we do. And we encourage that. Kids learn faster when they enjoy what they do.' The students also learn to be in tune with each other, by working together as a band instead of individually. And eventually, the bands take their talents to an actual stage. 'A lot of the people here are misfits, for lack of a better term,' said student Joe Medina. 'So, when it's like a bunch of people who are different coming together, you instantly feel more accepted.' School co-owner Darryl Williams opened the Flower Mound location after seeing how much fun his grandkids had at another campus. For him, this is a fun and rewarding gig. 'I was at a point in my life where I wanted to do something I was passionate about,' Williams said, 'and something where I could give back to the community, and this is just a great way to do that.' 'It's something that helped me,' said Medina. 'I was pretty shy and stuff, but I've gained a lot of confidence being on stage and stuff.' There are more than 125 other School of Rock locations, including one as far away as The Philippines. The school offers lessions for a wide range of age groups, from toddlers to adults.Read less

    • School of Rock Flower Mound in the Cross Timbers Gazette!

      To read the amazing article about us and what we do here at The School of Rock, follow the link below! http://www.crosstimbersgazette.com/ctg/CTG.pdf

Testimonials

  • “School of Rock Flower Mound Rocks! The music coaches and AM are amazing, extremely knowledgeable and genuinely care about all of their students. My boys have learned so much, they feel accepted and they can Rock with the best of them. This place is our home away from home, everyone is like family. I can’t say enough great things about this school and staff. We Love SOR FLOMO! ”
    Candice Valdez, Rocker Mom, Flower Mound, TX
  • “Both of my daughters are in the Flower Mound School of Rock program. I am absolutely amazed at what they are doing. Listening to my girls practice is awesome, and the fact that they want to practice daily is what really shows the difference in the SOR program. They want to get better. All of the teachers are great with the kids and incredibly knowledgeable. If you have a child who even shows the slightest interest in music, I urge you to check out School of Rock. You will see such a difference in just about everything they do, school, confidence, and not to mention the fact that you will have a rock star kid.”
    Kirby Williams, Rocker Dad, Flower Mound, TX
  • “My son has found his place at School of Rock. He has moved beyond a kid who didn't want to perform in public to a confident preteen who looks forward to being on stage and can play through a song even if there's a misstep. The instructors have taught him guitar but also life skills that go on long after the band leaves the stage. ”
    Jennifer Wilford, Rocker Mom, Flower Mound, TX
  • “School of Rock has taught me to work hard for things that I want to get (like being an AllStar), and it's taught me to work really well with others, and has improved my communication skills. ”
    — Adam, 18, School of Rock Rochester