This page is all about how Pakachoag engages out in the Greater Worcester community. With your support, as donor, enrollee or volunteer, Pakachoag is able to extend its reach. Every month, we’re usually out and about in the community, connecting, sharing and enriching.
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Pakachoag is pleased to extend its reach into the community as a Partner in Music with the Worcester Children’s Chorus (WCC); and Worcester Youth Orchestras (WYO).
Our partnership with the Chorus and Orchestra creates more opportunities for our students and performers.
We will give precedence, when possible, to WCC and WYO families wishing to enroll in music school programs. Please let us know if you are a chorus or orchestra members.
For Pakachoag Music School, our partnership with WCC and WYO is about creating more opportunities for Greater Worcester. We’re not only sharing ideas and resources which strengthen each of us organizationally; but by creating cross-connections with music, the larger community benefits from richer and more diverse experiences. Partners in Music is expanding the ripple effects of our music, inside and out.
Pakachoag is a lead partner in the All Saints Church Afternoon Tunes program which provides free music lessons, instruments and music to young people living in the All Saints / Main South neighborhood of Worcester. Faculty member Nike Beaudry serves as AT’s Mentor Teacher providing guidance to the volunteer student teachers who provide the music lessons. High School Pakachoag students, along with other young musicians from the community, volunteer their time to provide instruction to AT students.
To learn more about Afternoon Tunes, visit Afternoon Tunes’ Facebook Page.
Each year, Pakachoag students bring music out into the community. Some of our prior engagements have included: First Night Worcester, Worcester Art Museum’s Flora In Winter, and guest student concerts such as Wesley Methodist Church’s Arts Alive concert series and Fitchburg Public Libraries event series. Each year, Pakachoag students visit one or two nursing homes/retirement centers to provide entertaintment and socialization for elders.
Pakachoag Music School, in addition to working to keep tuition accessible to average families, wishes to encourage families with limited financial means to contact us regarding financial aid.
Awards are made on a first-come, first-served basis, with renewing students given the option to pre-register prior to each upcoming academic year and in advance of new students .
Qualification is based solely on financial need; however, students will be expected to demonstrate commitment during the course of the year in order for aid to be renewed.
For more information, please visit The Financial Aid information page.
Prior outreach education partners over the years include:
Pakachoag Music School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national or ethnic origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations.