Certificate of Excellence
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What is Certificate of Excellence?
Certificate of Excellence is a total musicianship program that helps each student develop proficiency in the art of making music. The goals of Certificate of Excellence are to:
- Provide a systematic and comprehensive plan to develop performance skill, technique, ear training, and sight reading skills, and understanding of music theory;
- Provide practical goals to help students maintain a steady and focused appreciation of their musical studies;
- Encourage students to strive for musical excellence;
- Create opportunities in which students may share their music with others.
Certificate of Excellence levels include Young Beginner, Preparatory, and 1-10. Students receive a personal 5-part evaluation each year:
- Sight Reading
- Ear Training
Each student will receive a written progress assessment. Students earn 1 point for each portion of the evaluation which they pass, up to four points per year. A trophy is awarded once the student has achieved 12 points.
The enrollment fee is due each November, and the evaluations are held each April. The annual enrollment fee is $23 to $36, depending on the student's level.
Certificate of Excellence is held at the Morrison Center, Boise State University