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Orchestra in the Schools



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An affordable after school music education that offers small group instruction (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, horn, trombone, baritone, tuba, violin, viola, cello, string bass, guitar and jazz improvisation) up to a full orchestral ensemble experience. We have the best music teachers in the area and have been serving the Monterey Peninsula for 26 years. Our tuition is $525.00 for 27 two hour group lessons and do offer scholarships where needed. We perform three concerts a year: Winter Concert, Spring Concert, and a joint concert with Youth Music Monterey. For more information: www.asds.org/orchestra or (831) 624-9171 ext. 40.


Uniform Information

All students at Seaside middle School are required to wear the school uniform as detailed in the Uniform Policy. The school uniform consists of black pants and a grey or purple collared shirt.

⇒ see the Seaside Middle School Student Uniform Policy

We suggest shopping early for your uniform and recommend you try many of the local clothing stores.

We have also created a school-approved shopping list at the online store; Land's End. You may purchase uniform shirts (with or without embroidered logo), pants and more at www.landsend.com/schooluniforms.

For your convenience, you may purchase the uniform shirts with embroidered school logo, from the school.

⇒ download the SMS Uniform Order Form

Free Dress Days will be the last Wednesday of every month. On Free Dress Days, students may wear non-uniform clothing that meets the basic MPUSD District dress code policy.

⇒ see the MPUSD Dress Code Policy: English | Spanish

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