Music Program

Music Program

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Hephatha is blessed to have Mrs. Stefanie Deming as our Director of School Music, and Morgan Coburn as our Band Director!

We believe The Arts are a major component of a well-rounded education. Watch our piece on “Arts for Achievement” to see how vocal and instrumental music are integrated in to our curriculum:

Each year, our students attend a Music Assembly, where they have the opportunity to listen to every instrument Hephatha offers… in just over 4 minutes!  This is a great way for students to choose the instrument(s) that is best-suited to them: 

Many of the instruments shown are available for loan from our Music Program, so if you would like to loan an instrument, click here.

If you would like more information about Hephatha’s Music Program, keep reading!  You can also click here for our music brochure.



Instrumental Groups:


Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Strings

Register here

Strings for K-2nd (“Ready, Set, Bow!”)

Register here

Beginning, Intermediate and Advanced Band

Register here

Chapel/Praise Band

This is an elective… contact your teacher to register!

Beginning (2nd-4th) and Advanced Choir (5th-8th)

Register here

Piano Lessons

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Private Lessons also available… contact Mrs. Deming for more information!



Instruments Offered:

Strings Classes:


Viola (a slightly larger version of the violin and in high demand in high school and college)

Cello (in demand in high school and college)

String Bass

Band Classes:




Alto Saxophone

Tenor Saxophone


French Horn


Baritone (a small Tuba)



Piano Lessons are available during the academic year, as well.



Music in the Classroom

Hephatha’s curriculum includes Vocal and/or Instrumental Music instruction in the classroom two days a week.

Here is a snapshot of Classroom Music:


Rhythm & Note Reading




Sight Singing

Ear Training


Music Theory/Music History



Please contact Mrs. Deming in the Administration Office,

or email her directly at for more information!