The Empowerment Scholarship
The Empowerment Scholarship Account (ESA) program from the Arizona Department of Education gives eligible parents public funding to pursue flexible options for customizing their children's education. Students can use their ESA to take private one-on-one music lessons at Music Maker Workshops.
Music Maker Workshops is an Accredited Vendor for the ESA
The studio is an accredited vendor for the ESA. We have music teachers with Bachelor, Master & Doctorate music degrees. We provide private lessons in piano, guitar, voice, violin, viola, cello, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and ukulele.
We have many students participating in private one-on-one music lessons throughout the year who use their ESA.
Who Qualifies for ESA
- Preschool students with special needs
- K-12 students with special needs
- Children of active-duty military parent
- Children of a military parent killed in the line of duty
- Children of parent who is legally blind, deaf or hard of hearing
- Students attending a D or F rated school
- Students residing within a Native American Reservation
- Siblings of current or previous ESA recipient
- Student who was a ward of the court
- Previous ESA recipients
Benefits of ESA
- Empowers you to customize your child’s education
- Provides public funding for personalized learning
- Covers a wide range of education expenses
- Simple, straightforward application process
- Students with special needs may start as early as Pre-K
Apply for the ESA
The application for the ESA scholarship must be done directly through the Arizona Department of Education website.
Arizona Department of Education & More Info
ESA Support Line (AZ Department of Ed):
602-364-1969, Monday - Friday, 9am - 4pm
Are you Ready for Lessons?
Do you have your ESA scholarship and you are ready to schedule music lessons?
Please contact us at the studio and we will get you scheduled:
Phone or Text: 480-706-1224
Address: 3233 E. Chandler Blvd, Suite #2, Phoenix, AZ 85048
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