Private Music Lessons 2022-23

  • $1,050.00
    Unit price per 


GCS is now offering private music lessons with recording artist Ramzi Nicholas Elassadi!

Lessons Offered:

  • Vocal (K-12th)
  • Piano (K-12th)
  • Drums (K-12th)
  • Guitar (3rd-12th)
  • Bass (3rd-12th)

GCS Private Music Lessons include 29 weekly lessons (30 minutes per session), instructional literature and recitals fees for the academic year.

Lessons start the week of Monday September 12th. You will be contacted after sign-up to coordinate a day of the week and a time. Lessons can conveniently be held during the school day around your student’s academic schedule or right after school ends.

Fees will be applied to your FACTS account billed according to your FACTS payment agreement. By default, you will be billed monthly ($131.25 x 8 Sept - April), but you can also contact our finance office to be billed quarterly or annually. Add the lessons to your cart and proceed to checkout. Under Payment Method, choose "FACTS Billing". 

Note for Mobile Users with SHOP® App
FACTS Billing is not available when paying through the purple SHOP® App. If you have the SHOP App on your mobile device, you will have to choose "Card" > "Alternative Payment Methods" to get to FACTS Billing option. Otherwise, checking out via a computer may be the easiest option.

About Mr. Elassadi

Ramzi Nicholas Elassadi, a recording artist, producer, and worship pastor has some wonderful opportunities for our GCS families! Mr. Ramzi at the age of 18 started to tour with bands and choirs which led to many lifetime experiences. He has performed in front of thousands of people in venues from local churches, to conference centers, and even on stage at Disney World, Florida. Mr. Ramzi enjoys live performance, leading worship, writing songs and using his talents to bless others. Currently he is doing songwriting and music arrangement liaison for UPCI Music and their partner publishing group Weldon Music Publishing and working as a worship pastor and music director in the Sanford area.