The DHS Strings Tutoring Program, sponsored by the DHS-Holmes Orchestra Boosters, is a student-led tutoring program open to Elementary Strings and Jr High School Orchestra Students, taught by DHS Orchestra Program student musicians. A team of friendly, motivated tutors work with students on a set weekly lesson schedule to help students reach their various musical goals and aspirations. Lessons are $15 per session, however scholarships are available upon request to lower or waive this fee.
The DHS Strings Tutoring Program has suspended all physical (in person) lessons until hybrid or in person instruction resumes at Davis Senior High School. This potentially could be extended longer. Students will work with tutors via the video conferencing platform Zoom. Tutors and students will work together virtually, allowing students to continue improving their skills even with the absence of physical lessons. With the closure of the schools, lessons could be scheduled during different times of the day given the added flexibility. This also means lessons could be held more frequently than usual.
The DHS Strings Tutoring Program is always looking for interested students and tutors to join our program.
- Click here for information and applications for students to be tutored (4th-8th graders)
- Click here for information and applications to become a tutor (DHS Orchestra students)
If you would like to apply for the program, please contact the Program Coordinators at firstname.lastname@example.org.