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Band Class - Fall 2022 (ret.c)

Band Class Fall Session
September 16, 2022 - January 12, 2023

Final Concert January 15-18, 2023

Plugged In is an inclusive music program that empowers musicians to make positive change in the world with their music.  Plugged In is open to any student regardless of their skill level, race, gender, sexuality, disability, religion, economic status, etc.  

Completing our online registration form will take about 5 minutes. Please be aware, there is no option to save an incomplete registration form and return to it at a later time. 

Questions marked with a red asterisk are required and must be answered before submitting your registration.

Plugged In is excited to have you participate in our spring session band class.  Together we can make music that changes the world!

Returning Students

To make registration easier for our retuning students we've updated our registration forms. Please complete all fields marked required and any fields for information which has changed (ex: new telephone number, new email address, etc).

Student Information

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Enter grade number only

Parent Contact Information


If different than parent 1

Emergency Contact Information

Whom should we contact in case of an emergency? If registering for the youth program, please provide an alternate contact to the student's parents.

Provide the most reliable number for this emergency contact

Band Placement Information

Student's Primary instrument
Check all that apply

What additional instrument(s) is the student interested in playing?

What style of music does the student prefer most?

Provide first and last name. Separate students with a comma.
PLEASE CHECK ALL THAT APPLY - (Information regarding a student may be shared with the Plugged In Directors and their teacher, and will otherwise remain confidential.) .

Please identify and describe the student's condition.
Plugged In is a fully inclusive program. The Plugged In Inclusion Committee acts as a resource for students/families that may need additional supports to ensure their best possible experience.

Ex: prefers to be with older students, prefers to be with low-key performers, etc.

Ex: student excels in structured environment, student requires breaks, student is shy, etc.
Band Class Scheduling

Please check all that apply.

Plugged In's goal is to match each student to a band they will enjoy and thrive in. The best factor in determining perfect band placement is a student's availability. The more day/time options we can consider while making band placements the more opportunities we have to make the perfect match. To ensure the best possible band placement students are encouraged to provide as many scheduling options as possible. 

Weekday options
Weekend options
Fall 2022 Band Class Session Benefit Concert

Plugged In holds a benefit concert at the end of every session. The benefit concert acts as a recital where students perform the sets they’ve been learning for an audience. In addition to the performance the benefit concert also gives students a unique opportunity to give back to the community. Each benefit concert raises funds and awareness for a charity chosen by the students. The concert shows students they can make positive change in the lives of others by doing something they love, like playing music.

Mark your calendars now!

Fall Session Benefit Concert

January 15-18, 2023

Benefit Concert Scheduling

We do not accept concert scheduling requests.  All students must be able to perform when scheduled.

As Plugged In continues to grow so have our benefit concerts. To accommodate our growing community the concert format and scheduling policy required updating. We've done so in a way that allows us to craft a stellar show that gives our students, audience, and the charity benefiting from the concert the best possible experience. In addition to creating a better performance experience for everyone, the new policy also allows us to be more thoughtful when scheduling younger students and those with special needs. Finally the new policy will reduce the overall time students are required to be at the show, lessening the scheduling burden on families. Although, we hope you'll enjoy the performances so much you'll stay for the entire show!

Participation - More Than Music

Our community thrives on mutual support and involvement in and out of band class.  It is common for students to participate in more than one band, volunteer to help other students, support other programmatic pieces of Plugged In, etc.  There are many ways that students and families can get more involved in Plugged In, all of which bring our community closer together.

Each session many students participate in more than one band. This provides our students with the opportunity to meet additional musicians, play different types of music, and even try new instruments. Participating in additional bands also helps Plugged In create the best bands possible for all of our students. Any student can elect to be in more than one band. To keep Plugged In sustainable, students can choose to pay for their additional bands. However, to ensure all of our students have access, payment is not required. *We can not guarantee additional band placements. *Students selecting a "your choice" option will be contacted for additional information after your registration is submitted. *Students who choose to pay for their additional bands will be invoiced if placement is successful.
Please check all that apply
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Plugged In's scholarship fund was created to meet the need of those students who are interested in participating in Plugged In, but whose family may not have the financial resources to pay full tuition. Plugged In's goal is to ensure music instruction and a welcoming community to all young musicians. To help determine a family's need for scholarship applicants must provide the requested financial documentation. Applicants are also able to share and factor in any extenuating circumstances that may effect their ability to pay tuition. Examples of extenuating circumstances can include but are not limited to, limited income, sudden death or abandonment of the primary provider, single parent households, etc. Applicants may be asked to provide additional documentation to illustrate their need to qualify such as recent pay stubs, letters of reference, etc. Plugged In is committed to ensuring all young musicians have access to programming.

How many people are in your immediate family?

This is typically line 37 on your IRS tax form 1040.

.pdf and .jpg file types accept. Upload limited to 10MB. If you are unable to provide an electronic copy of your IRS 1040 form please contact Plugged In for support.

Examples of extenuating circumstances can include but are not limited to - limited income, sudden death or abandonment of the primary provider, single parent households, care of child with a disability or aging family members, etc.
Scholarship Sliding Scale

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Please choose the appropriate scholarship level for your family based on the Sliding Scale chart above. If you have described an extenuating circumstance above please select the scholarship level that best fits your circumstance. You will be contacted if Plugged In requires additional information regarding your choice of scholarship level. *If you wish to submit payment for any remaining tuition fee after scholarship using your credit/debit card please contact Plugged In for an electronic invoice.

To participate in Plugged In you must read, understand, and agree to the following policies.  If you have questions regarding any of the following policies please contact Plugged In directly.

Read Release of Liability / Indemnity / Emergency Treatment Agreement

Read Media Release Agreement

Read Code of Conduct Agreement

Read Band Configuration Policy

Read Attendance Policy

Read Concert Scheduling Policy

Read New Student Meeting Policy (new students only)

IMPORTANT - We have changed our concert scheduling policy! Please review the new policy before completing your registration.
Reminder: Parent or guardian must attend the new student meeting.
Total Tuition Due - $0
Total Tuition Due - $160
Total Tuition Due - $320
Total Tuition Due - $480
Total Tuition Due - $640
Total Tuition Due - $700

Send your payment to:

Plugged In Band Program

40 Freeman Place.

Needham, MA 02492


Checks can be made out to Plugged In Band Program.  Please include the student's full name in the memo section of your check.