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Music Helps Boost Grades, Improve Intelligence and Self-Confidence

Loveland Academy of Music Can Help Academics in a Fun Interactive Way.

By Melissa Shrader Editor/Publisher Fort Collins Macaroni Kid August 30, 2021



School this year may not be as stable as we wish it will be. However, music can be stable and help with academics too. 

Music has been proven to help students in school. Learning to play an instrument has been shown to help develop self-confidence and special intelligence in children. It helps boost grades and can help with reading. Loveland Academy of Music has some incredible research on this. 

Loveland Academy of Music is Loveland’s largest music school, with over 1,500 lessons taught each month.  At the Academy, each lesson is tailored to meet your child’s unique goals and needs as a music student.  The Academy is a home-grown community music school offering classes to all ages the lessons are well-rounded, fun, interactive, and engaging. 

Patient, loving teachers work with students to develop good practice skills on their instruments. Did you know, by adjusting decisions on tempo, tone, style, rhythm, phrasing, and feeling, the student trains the brain to become incredibly good at organizing and conducting numerous activities at once? 




Students learn skills that help improve their focus, listening, and communication. Your child can pick the type of music that suits them best. Being able to pick their favorite music, including Classical, Rock, Sacred, to Modern Pop Music, helps keep them interested while they continue to learn the fundamentals of sight-reading, technique, improvisation, and music theory.

There is no place like the Loveland Academy of Music! It's has been featured on 9 news, in Loveland Reporter-Herald, the Coloradoan, and won many awards of excellence. 

If you are looking for variety, Loveland Academy of Music offers Piano, Drums, Voice, Singing, Guitar, Bass, Ukulele, Mandolin, Violin, and Banjo lessons all in ONE convenient location, SEVEN days a week because everyone’s schedule is different. 

And with the twists and turns of the COVID-19 curveball, guidelines they have implemented their online classes to switch everyone to Zoom classes, so no one had to miss a beat. Your child can also change classes at any time if they are wanting to try something new! You have the option of online learning or in-person learning too. Whatever makes your family most comfortable.

If you’re like me, I want to make sure my daughter has as much support as possible. I want to help her boost her academics while learning an instrument. Having her in music is an easy choice for us because that is one of her interests, as is acting. You can see her here during her music class never missing a beat during last year's shut down. 



 Are you ready to find out more? 

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