#1
Do music colleges even care about high school clubs that are non music related?
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#3
You must be a football player to get in to music college.

I don't think they even give a **** about extra-curricular activities. If you can play, you're in. If you can play really well, you're in with a scholarship.
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#4
I guess, but nobody is sure.

but musical college is a waste of money/time anyways
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You must be a football player to get in to music college.

I don't think they even give a **** about extra-curricular activities. If you can play, you're in. If you can play really well, you're in with a scholarship.

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#8
Yes they do look at your extra curricular activities to see how you connect with your community and school. Sure, it would be better to be in the jazz ensemble instead of like football or something. Some music schools look at extra curricular activities over your GPA or class rank.
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Why is that?


Because for the price you pay, you could easily get high-level personal instruction for a long time.


But then again, it depends on where you want to go with it.
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Because for the price you pay, you could easily get high-level personal instruction for a long time.


But then again, it depends on where you want to go with it.


then again, you are paying a majority of the money for the network and certain music colleges like berklee and MI just have a lot more to offer than a single teacher or two

not to mention their libraries and archives of music are tremendous