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Term 2 (2023) Registration

NEW families can now create a profile on our Parent Portal - creating this profile will make it easier for you to register for Term Two classes. Registration for classes will be available as of January 11th 2023. 

CURRENT families can contact their Admin Coordinator (Olivia/Makda) to make changes to their schedules.   

Please log into Jackrabbit below to access your existing family profile. Your username is your email address. If you do not remember your password, click "Reset Password" and a reset link will be sent to your email. 

Please see below for additional information regarding Term Two registration:  

 All students are eligible to join one ensemble (large group class).  

  • Early Childhood Music is for children ages 4-5.  

  • Musical Beginnings is for ages 6-8.  

  • Junior Ensembles are for children ages 6-8.  

  • Intermediate Ensembles are for children aged 9-13.  

  • Senior Ensembles are for children in High School. 

Students aged 6-8 are eligible for one group lesson (5 students per class) and an ensemble.  

Students 9+ are eligible to join one private lesson (1 student per class) and an ensemble.  

If there are no more private/group spots available, we encourage you to join one of our ensembles so that you may have priority registration next year.  

Some ensembles require a pre-requisite (e.g. String Ensemble requires Private string lessons, some Senior Ensembles require Private lessons). Theory classes can be added as an additional ensemble!  

After January 30th, registration will only be available by email. 

Please see below for additional information regarding Registration: 


Conditions for virtual learning 

We are offering a small amount of programs virtually this year.  Our virtual ensembles are listed in the table above under "Online Ensembles." 

We will consider making an exception if your child requires a virtual lesson due to a health condition, disability or other special need. If your child has other barriers that would prevent them from participating in in-person programming, please contact us. 


Registration Criteria Assessment 

Community Music Schools of Toronto is a registered charity that gives children and youth facing financial and other barriers a rich and rewarding music and social education. We aim to serve children and youth from families who have a household income of under $80,000. Thank you for considering our goals when registering for our programming!


For this reason, we are asking all families to provide us with their latest Notice of Assessment(s) (NoA) with line 15000 stating annual income for each working person in the house. If you are a multiple-income household, you may have more than one NoA that we ask you to provide. 

You can bring in a hard copy of your statement in-person to the Regent Park site (585 Dundas Street East, Suite 220) or Jane/Finch site (127 Eddystone Avenue). You can also provide us with this information by uploading your document(s) to our private drop box. Please click the link here: 


If you have any questions, please reach out to your location's Administrative Coordinator:  


Olivia Dodge (Regent Park) T: 416-364-8900 x21  E: 

Makda Musa (Jane/Finch) T: 416-364-8900 x22  E: 

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