Our school is a non-profit, Christian-principle-based, Southern Gospel music school. We are not sponsored or affiliated with any particular church or denomination. Our board members raise scholarship funds by asking alumni, businesses, groups, and individuals in the Southern Gospel music field, along with other friends of the school, for contributions.

It is important to keep the basic intention of the Financial Aid Scholarship in mind:
“This school is dedicated to the furtherance of Southern Gospel Music and to raising the standard of musical excellence in our art form. We believe the way to do this is to offer a well-rounded course of study. We want our students to be able to read it, write it, sing it and perform it. With a comprehensive understanding of music theory, both live and recorded performance will improve. Our scholarship program is made available for students in recognition of those who have exhibited a strong interest and/or outstanding musical talent/achievement and are in financial need.”

Before any financial assistance can be granted, those seeking support must be willing to share some sensitive information by taking the steps below. For planning purposes, and as a general rule, students seeking scholarship should plan to share in the financial burden by contributing to some of the cost of school to extend the available scholarship funds. Often, we are given sufficient donations, to offer full scholarships to all applicants that meet the financial aid criteria. But again, this all depends on our success in raising funds for the scholarship program. All information provided will be kept in strict confidence. After reading about the process, if you have any further questions or concerns please email us at

If you are awarded a scholarship you will be expected to attend all mandatory classes and functions, and uphold and abide the school’s Campus Living Expectations and Discipline Guidelines.

The scholarship application can be accessed on the Personal Info section of RegOnline once you register.