Creating Confident Rock Stars
Jam Academy is a year round music school based in the wonderful community of Woodinville.
We believe that life is better with music, and our mission is to make quality music lessons and musical experiences accessible to as many people as possible.
When you choose to learn with us, you’re not only getting amazing lessons, but you’re also helping those that are less fortunate. A portion of our profits is donated to Maltby Food Bank. You can help to give us the opportunity to fully fund scholarships for lessons and mentoring to those less fortunate.
Our founder, Chris Griffin is currently a member of Woodinville's COVID-19 economic task force which aims to provide resources to businesses and individuals being impacted by the lockdown. Stay tuned to see how you can help.
CONFIDENT ROCK STARS!
At Jam Academy our goal is to provide your child with a fun learning experience that helps to transform them into confident leaders. We do this by teaching them that playing an instrument requires 3 keys to success which are time, practice and commitment - tools needed by every great leader. As it turns out, we happen to have amazing teachers here to do just that! We're proud to maintain a mentoring mindset to help your child learn and grow. So what are you waiting for? Call 425-402-3700 or email us now now and give your family or yourself, the gift of music. We can't wait to meet you!
"If you're looking for old time piano lesson with an old school atmosphere this is not the school for you. But if you want young fun educated teachers like Chris who teaches our son Jeff your search is over. Jeff loves to go practice and we can not say enough about Jam Academy. Thanks Guys"
"Wonderful experience for my 6 year old daughter to give the drum set a try, especially to an audience of kids singing "We will rock you"! Very educational, fun and confidence-building experience that the kids loved. Thank you, Chris, for your patience with our little ones and your gentle fun that helped them warm up to stepping out of their comfort zones, on a stage no less! Great stuff."