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Located in Campbell in Santa Clara County, CA, SJG School of Music is proud to serve music lovers throughout the Campbell, San Jose and Silicon Valley communities. We offer quality individual and group lessons in many popular disciplines such as Cello, Clarinet, Drums, Electric Bass, Guitar, Percussion, Piano, Saxophone, Voice and Woodwinds for students of all levels and experience. Beginners are very welcome.

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Our teachers are degreed and / or working professionals with years of knowledge and experience to offer their students. We offer a FREE consultation lesson with no-obligation to enroll. Schedule your free lesson now! 

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Private and group music lessons for students of all levels and experience including:

- Cello; Clarinet; Drums; Electric Bass; Guitar; Percussion; Piano; Saxophone; Voice and Woodwinds.

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Address: Campbell, 1 West Campbell Avenue, Community Center, Silicon Valley, California , USA
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Delphi Academy of Los Angeles is an independent, coeducational, non-sectarian day school offering a preschool through high school program on one campus.

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In addition to traditional academic subjects, students get training in practical areas such as communication, manners, computers, nutrition and organization.

Delphi Academy of Los Angeles admits students of any race, color and national or ethnic origin.

Parent Testimonial:

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Hope Technology School, California
Courses / Programs
Located in Palo Alto in Santa Clara County in the San Francisco Bay Area, Hope Technology School (HTS) is a not-for-profit school, established in 2001, with the mission of providing an exceptional learning experience for typical and special needs children from preschool through to 8th grade in a fully inclusive, technology rich environment. We also have the Prep Center, a "Private School Satellite Program" for high school aged students. The special needs of our students may include Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, learning differences, speech disorders and emotional challenges.

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Holy Family Day Home, San Francisco
Courses / Programs
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Courses / Programs
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