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About School of Rock Frisco

Welcome to School of Rock Frisco, where students learn to rock their worlds. A fixture in Frisco that has served crowds of aspiring young rockers since 2011, School of Rock Frisco is all about curating a new generation of music-minded students who get to balance education with all the fun and awesomeness of a great jam session.

Whether our students are killing it on guitar, bass, drums, piano, or vocals, School of Rock Frisco equips everyone with the right gear: experienced teachers, seriously awesome music fundamentals, and spectacular bands of friends and fellow musicians. Our performance-based approach helps our students build the skills they need beyond the stage, too: confidence, teamwork, innovation, art, and humor, just to name a few. We don’t just get our students amped about music – we get them amped about life.

Visit School of Rock Frisco and get a feel for how we crank up the voltage of music education for today’s students and musicians.

Contact Information

School of Rock Frisco
6891 Main StFrisco, TX 75034
(214) 872-2878

Hours of Operation

Monday - Friday
2:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Saturday
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
SundayClosed

Programs

  • School of Rock Frisco'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 Frisco'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 Frisco 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 Frisco, 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 Frisco students to enhance their skills and move on to our Performance Program.

    School of Rock Frisco’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 Frisco’s top students can audition for our most prestigious honor: the School of Rock AllStars Program. Our AllStars represent the best of the best students from School of Rock’s entire global network of schools. With incredible musical aptitude, a knack for teamwork and incredible focus, today’s AllStars truly represent the future of rock and roll.

    Each summer, our AllStars embark on an authentic concert tour to perform in jaw-dropping live shows across the country, including Red Rocks, Lollapalooza, Hangout Music Fest, NAMM, Gathering of the Vibes, and countless others. AllStars also get to share the stage with experienced, larger-than-life performers like Alice Cooper, Eddie Vedder, and Slash, to name a few. There is no better way for a star on the rise to get a taste for what professional music is really like.

    School of Rock Frisco’s AllStars can expect:

    • Real-world performances where they can shine in their chosen medium: guitar, bass, drums, keyboard, and/or vocals
    • A fast-paced tour experience with stage shows at legendary events and venues
    • To play with the best performers from School of Rock’s global community
    • The opportunity to rock out on stage with world-renowned artists
    • An epic rock experience like no other!

  • School of Rock Frisco 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 Frisco, 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 Frisco’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 Frisco'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. ...
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School of Rock Frisco'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 Frisco'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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Staff

    • Brack Cantrell
      Instructor: Drums, Keyboards
      Brack is some kind of cool-super-powered-dude. He graduated from UNT with a BA in Music Education, studying Guitar and Drums. He's also super smart super nice. Did we mention that he is good at ev...
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      Brack is some kind of cool-super-powered-dude. He graduated from UNT with a BA in Music Education, studying Guitar and Drums. He's also super smart super nice. Did we mention that he is good at everything? He made some electronic music for fun and the people from MTV called and purchased it to put on their TV shows.Brack Loves:Guitar Center,Barnes and Noble,TargetBrack Loves to Eat:La Mexicana,Weinberger's Deli,Eno's PizzaZours,Warheads,Dark ChocolateBrack really wants:Flat base snare stand,Death by audio sunshine reverb pedal,El Capistan analog model delay pedalBrack Loves to listen to:Bibio,White Fence,Unknown Mortal Orchestra,Black Moth Super Rainbow,Tame ImpalaT-Shirt size: LargeShoe size: 12Favorite Color: GreenBrack Hates:Cherries,Cockroaches,Baseball,Oversized trucks
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    • Pilar Restrepo
      Instructor: Vocals, Keyboards, 101 & Rehearsals
      Born and raised in Tampa, Florida Pilar has grown up with music. She started with Piano and then ventured through years of Harp, Viola, Steel drums, Show choir and Choir at Orange Grove Middle Magn...
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      Born and raised in Tampa, Florida Pilar has grown up with music. She started with Piano and then ventured through years of Harp, Viola, Steel drums, Show choir and Choir at Orange Grove Middle Magnet School of Performing Arts. Participating in All County, All State, Solo and Ensemble, and Master Musician. At Howard W. Blake High School of Performing Arts, Pilar decided to major in Voice and participated in All County, All State, Solo and Ensemble, ACDA Honor Choir and graduated 18th in her class with her Master Certification in Music Theory. Pilar continued onto University of South Florida as a Vocal Performance Major. In late January, Pilar rolled in with some tumbleweed to good ole Texas and plans to finish her degree in Business Marketing and Vocal Performance at UNT in Denton. Pilar Loves: Starbucks MassagesGift Cards Pilar loves to eat: SubwayChicken fil a Mellow mushroomReese'sHersheys milk chocolate with almonds Cookies Cream Pilar really wants: Plants for my lesson room!Winter jacket so I don't freeze my butt off anymore. (Columbia/ north face)Leather glovesBuccaneer merchandise ( pretty much anything :) )Rainbow flip flops Pilar loves to listen to: Alanis morisetteSadeIngrid michaelsonGuns n rosesLed zeppelin Shirt size: Small ( if they run small then medium ) Shoe size: 7.5Color: Green She Really Hates: Stuffed animals ( I'm allergic) Fake Jewlery ( I turn green)Dark Chocolate
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    • Zoe Haislip
      Front of House & The Vault Manager
      Zoe was born and raised in Dallas. At first she started off as a vocal student at the School of Rock, helping her reveal her love for music. She's played numerous times and even toured with the sch...
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      Zoe was born and raised in Dallas. At first she started off as a vocal student at the School of Rock, helping her reveal her love for music. She's played numerous times and even toured with the school. Bands, from the range of Led Zeppelin, Rage Against the Machine, to Janis Joplin have inspired her to create her own bands. Which in turn intrigued her interest of business in music. With Kristin's guidance, she opened Zoe's eyes up to a new business world at the School of Rock and even became her accomplice! Zoe is continuing her growth in music and business at UNT. Pop in for a tour! Call us if you have any questions at 214-872-2878
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    • Joaquin Reyna
      Instructor: Guitar & Bass & Rock 101
      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 I can be a good service to my employers and coworkers.
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    • Zack Wiese
      Instructor: Guitar, Drums & Rock 101
      "I watched a documentary about The Beatles when I was 13 and just thought, Well... that's it. I want to play music." Born in Seattle, Washington the land of espresso and grunge, Zack's musical jour...
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      "I watched a documentary about The Beatles when I was 13 and just thought, Well... that's it. I want to play music." Born in Seattle, Washington the land of espresso and grunge, Zack's musical journey began. Zack's parents were huge music nerds. "Everything From Miles Davis, to The Rolling Stones, to STP, to Death Cab for Cutie was played in our house. It was fantastic!" Being around all that music as a kid, It's no wonder he ended up here! Zack started here in Frisco as a student when he was 13. After being here for 4 years he's progressed into becoming a teacher here at School of Rock. He began as drum student, but also taught himself Guitar, Bass, Piano and has been known to sing every now and again. He's got a good ear for all genres of music, but says his favorites would be The Classics, Indie Rock, And Garage Rock. "I love this job so much. School of Rock was the greatest thing that ever happened to me, and I hope that I can share my love of music with next generation of young musicians!" Zack currently plays drums in a band with fellow staff members Joaquin Reyna and Zoe Haislip known as 'The Carraways' as well as playing everything in his solo project, 'Fluorescent Dreams.'
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    • Saxon Lewis
      Instructor: Bass, Guitar, Brass, Rock 101 & Bands
      Born and raised in northeastern Oklahoma, Saxon started learning music at the young age of 8. Like his father before him, he started out as and remains today a brass musician. Like many musicians h...
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      Born and raised in northeastern Oklahoma, Saxon started learning music at the young age of 8. Like his father before him, he started out as and remains today a brass musician. Like many musicians however, he picked up many other instruments as the years went by starting with Bass , then Guitar , and recently Vocals . After highschool, Saxon earned a scholarship for his musical ability and attended college at The University of Nevada at Las Vegas. There he earned a bachelor's degree in Music Performance. UNLV gave Saxon many diverse and interesting opportunities to perform. Some notable things included performing with a marching band at the Electric Daisy Carnival, founding a progressive rock band called Habit, and traveling to Austria to perform internationally with his tuba quartet. After graduating, Saxon moved to Dallas to work and experience new things. Saxon currently performs in two bands in the DFW area. In Ether After, he performs Guitar and Lead Vocals . In Astro Veil, he plays Bass . You can find both groups on Facebook! Saxon loves: Guitar Center Amazon Urban Outfitters Saxon loves to eat: Chipotle Pei Wei Fuzzy's Taco Shop Palio's Pizza Cafe Saxon really wants! Line 6 FM4 SKB PS-45 Integrated Pedalboard Budda Superdrive 80 He loves listening to: Rx Bandits The Sound of Animals Fighting The Fall of Troy Protest the Hero A Lot Like Birds T-Shirt size: Small Shoe size: 11 Favorite Color: Red Saxon hates: Onions Coconuts Bad live performances Electronic drums on every song on the radio Nickelback
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    • Joe DeMeritt
      Music Director, General Manager: Supreme Overlord
      'He may look scary, but really he's filled with teddy bears.' -7 year old guitar student A love of all music and a passion for performance are the main things that drive Joe on a day-to-day b...
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      'He may look scary, but really he's filled with teddy bears.' -7 year old guitar student A love of all music and a passion for performance are the main things that drive Joe on a day-to-day basis. Lucky enough to have been born into a very eclectic musical family where you could here Patsy Cline, Pink Floyd, Rachmaninoff or Depeche mode on any given day set the standard that all music is to be loved, appreciated and enjoyed. Joe started singing, acting, dancing and banging on Pianos at age 5, and began to take Upright Bass lessons at 8. This was the beginning of a real love, but it wasn't until 13 when he received his first electric bass and he hasn't spent a day with out one since. He is accomplished on 4, 5, 6 string fretted and fretless basses. Joe was born in NY and was actively involved in Musical Theater as well as Vocal Performance throughout high school but has since lived all over the country either working in music stores, teaching music or performing. He has been a professional musician for 17yrs and has performed everywhere from the legendary (now closed) CBGB's in NYC to the Whiskey-a-Go Go on sunset in LA. In fact there have been over 6 years where Joe has lived out of his backpack and his address would have read: White Ford E-350 Van and Trailer. Somewhere in the US/Canada/Mexico Area Or Forward to Europe He has performed, toured and recorded as a Bass player, Keyboardist, Vocalist and Guitarist on over 15 full-length records and countless EP's. One of his favorite anecdotes is about taking a Guitar lesson at age 6 and having the teacher tell his parents 'He just doesn't have it'.. This was the first time Joe ever actively decided that he knew better and felt the fire to prove someone wrong. When not touring, recording or controlling the general mayhem and musical direction at School of Rock Joe enjoys a good all day BBQ, 18 holes of Golf, Reading, Pit bulls and forcing electronics to scream and make wild noises. 'There is no such thing as a lesser person' 'Passion supported by music, supplemented by performance. That's what I believe!'-Joe
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    • Collin Wiese
      Instructor: Guitar, Bass & Rock 101
      BIO COMING SOON
    • Kylie McRae
      Assistant to the Assistant to the General Manager
      Kylie was born and raised in Plano. Although she doesn't play any instruments she has had a strong love for music her entire life. Kylie has 6 years experience in customer service/management. Inclu...
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      Kylie was born and raised in Plano. Although she doesn't play any instruments she has had a strong love for music her entire life. Kylie has 6 years experience in customer service/management. Including co-owning a successful business for 4 years. She loves SoR and is happy to be a part of the family! Call her at 214-872-2878 if you are interested in the school!
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    • Jade Owens
      Instructor: Guitar, Bass & Adult bands
      Jade was first introduced to the performance of melody, harmony, and rhythm by his Grandfather and Uncle at a very early age. Multi-instrumentalists, Jade's Grandfather and Uncle played a slew of i...
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      Jade was first introduced to the performance of melody, harmony, and rhythm by his Grandfather and Uncle at a very early age. Multi-instrumentalists, Jade's Grandfather and Uncle played a slew of instruments ranging from guitar, mandolin, piano, and banjo. His earliest memories of music were of these two men's jam sessions in which Jade would be left laughing on the ground in joy and excitement; he'd watch them for hours. Though the musical bug that bit Jade was the creation of his family, it was the likes of Jimi Hendrix that drew him to the guitar. He believes that Hendrix played the guitar in a manner that truly displayed who Hendrix was. What mesmerized Jade was not Hendrix's demonstration of technique but his ability to purely express himself through his instrument. This important realization is what makes a musician relatable amongst a mass of people. Technique is of utmost importance, without the capability to perform with an instrument you cannot express, but it is the capability to express that makes one great. Jade's goal in teaching guitar, drums, and bass is to fill his students with the same joy that was shown to him by his family and to make each student's instrument an extension of themselves. He strives to give his students the tools, through proper technique, to show the world who they are.
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    • Adam Nelson
      Instructor: Keys, Guitar, Bass, Drums, Rehearsals, Rock 101s
      OFFICIAL BIO COMING SOON! In the mean time, Adam Nelson is a MASTER of KEYS. He was classicaly trained on Piano and Piano Theory, and it shows!! While Adam plays Bass and sings in his current ban...
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      OFFICIAL BIO COMING SOON! In the mean time, Adam Nelson is a MASTER of KEYS. He was classicaly trained on Piano and Piano Theory, and it shows!! While Adam plays Bass and sings in his current band, The Klanks and Violet Violet, you can catch him jamming the drums on occasion too. Adam came up in the School of Rock in his own High School career, and knows the importance of a great music school like this!
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    • Eric Schneider
      Instructor: Guitar, Bass, 101 and Show Director
      "When I was younger I first got into music listening mainly to artists such as The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix, thinking that rock was the only type of music I liked. Then as I got older...
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      "When I was younger I first got into music listening mainly to artists such as The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Jimi Hendrix, thinking that rock was the only type of music I liked. Then as I got older I started listening to other genres like Bob Dylan's folk classic "The Freewheeling Bob Dylan" or Marvin Gaye's RB masterpiece "What's Going on." Once I was exposed to these other types of music I have been on a quest to listen to anything and everything I can get my hands on ever since. I started off playing in bands in middle school with my friends mainly for fun, and at the time we didn't really know much of what we were doing when we played, which was great because it taught me how to have fun being in a band. Then over time I really got much more active in the sense of songwriting and creating music through all sorts of different means, whether it be with an acoustic guitar in my hand, or programing different instruments on a laptop. School of Rock is like a second home to me so being able to teach and instill that same sense of wonder in music I have to students is the greatest feeling in the world. One thing I have learned being at School of Rock is that once you give students the tools to create and move forward as musicians, especially in the team format SOR uses, they use them and grow faster than I, or anyone I know could simply by trying to learn it all on their own." Eric plays in a band called Brunettes Not Fighter Jets, and is a touring member of the Kidds.
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    • Ethan Hope
      Instructor: Guitar, Bass, & Rock 101
      BIO COMING SOON!
    • Jason Donnelly
      Instructor: Advanced guitar and bass
      Jason started playing guitar in 1987 and would start performing with bands at the age of 16 in New York City. After years of grinding the local circuit he signed a record deal with the now defunct ...
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      Jason started playing guitar in 1987 and would start performing with bands at the age of 16 in New York City. After years of grinding the local circuit he signed a record deal with the now defunct Austin based label Killzone Records. He released and toured internationally in support of the record's release. When the label went bankrupt, Jason moved to Dallas. Wanting to pass along his decades of knowledge regarding playing the guitar, theory, songwriting, playing in bands and the music industry, Jason was thrilled to start teaching at the Frisco School Of Rock. Some of Jason's favorite bands include Dream Theater, Megadeth, The Police, Alter Bridge and Nevermore. While Jason specializes in highly technical progressive metal, he loves taking on beginners and intermediate level players of all styles and ages.
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    • Michael Scordo
      Instructor: Vocals
      BIO COMING SOON!

News

  • Crafting musicians: School of Rock uses nontraditional approach to teaching music

    Photo courtesy of School of Rock - Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue visits with students from the School of Rock in Dallas. The school's season showcase will take place from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday a...
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    Photo courtesy of School of Rock - Nikki Sixx of Motley Crue visits with students from the School of Rock in Dallas. The school's season showcase will take place from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday at Club Dada, 2720 Elm St., in Dallas.By Kenny Green, kgreen@starlocalnews.comPublished: Tuesday, September 17, 2013 2:27 PM CDTRock music has long been a staple of American culture. The School of Rock is helping pass its legacy on to the next generation through its unique instruction format."We don't teach music lessons the traditional way," said Dean Tarpley, Dallas School of Rock co-owner. "In the old world of teaching music, you would sit a kid in a room and give them instruction. We don't believe in that method. We are all about a nontraditional approach to teaching music."As part of the learning experience at the School of Rock, each student is assigned to a group and each group focuses on a specific artist or genre of music. They rehearse the music together in preparation for their exam, which consists of a live performance at one of many venues around the Metroplex."I often compare the School of Rock to sports. A lot of people quit music because it wasn't fun for them. Imagine in sports if you went to take a lesson and all you did was sit in a class, then had to go home and practice alone. If that was the way it was done, a lot of kids would not stick with sports," said Terry Longhway, Dallas School of Rock co-owner.The school will often bring in guest professors to help give the students a sense of what they can expect if they continue to pursue music as a career."The guest professors are intended to be a fun and unique experience for the kids. They are real musicians that have gone into the industry and made it," Longhway said.Each of the school's live performances has a theme to it. Longhway said the next Dallas School of Rock performance will be from noon to 6 p.m. on Sept. 21 at Club Dada, 2720 Elm St. The show will be split into two sessions; from noon to 4 p.m., some of the less-experienced artists will perform, and from 4 to 6 p.m. the concert will feature some of the more advanced musicians from the school as part of its Dean's List showcase."The Dean's List is something the kids audition to be part of. They will do a variety of different types of music. A lot of their music will be a little more challenging and wide spectrum of music," Longhway said.School of Rock has several locations in the Metroplex including Dallas, Frisco, Fort Worth, Keller, McKinney and Southlake. Another location is scheduled to open in Flower Mound on Sept. 21. For a complete list of school locations and events, visit dallas.schoolofrock.com."We try and bring fun and happiness into the communities. We play a lot at different schools and other events. These performances allow us to show the community the really great attitudes of these kids," Longhway said.Tarpley and Longhway decided to open a holding company to manage, operate and acquire several School of Rock locations after working together as consultants over a 10-year period. They opened their first location in Rochester, Mich., and decided to form the holding company to allow them to open additional franchise locations.They want to open an artist-development company in the near future to help their students learn how to make the right choices when dealing with agents and producers within the business."That part of the industry is just a completely different business," Tarpley said.
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Testimonials

  • “School of Rock provides opportunities not just for kids to learn the classic material and techniques of rock and roll, but also provides them with fantastic lessons in problem solving, team building, and the rewards of hard work while building their self esteem and confidence (all while having a blast). The SoR experience creates not only rock stars on stage, but it transfers into other areas of the kids lives as well! ”
    — Rocker Mom, Salt Lake City, UT
  • “You are transforming my child into someone who knows that she "can." She doesn't hope for the "I can" anymore - she KNOWS she can now. Our daughter is learning how to come out of herself, take risks, close her eyes and just fly. We are so grateful. More than you can ever know. ”
    — Francine & Lou, Fort Washington, PA
  • “School of Rock has prepared me for the world because it is an environment that constantly challenges my creative abilities. ”
    — Jake, 18, Downingtown, PA
  • “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