Flathead Lake Music Camp
Educating Young Musicians Since 1985
Tuition and Scholarships
Tuition for the 2023 camps is as follows (please check back soon for 2024 tuition):
$480 if paid in full before May 15th.
$495 if paid in full after May 15th.
A $75 non-refundable deposit is required at the time of registration. This will be applied to the total cost of your tuition.
**A processing fee is added to all credit card and online payments. The processing fee is $5 for deposit payments and $10 for tuition payments.
Optional add-on fees which can be paid upon arriving at camp include: $20 for a private lesson (may purchase up to two per instrument), $12 for camp photo, $7 per extra Saturday lunch, and up to $20 may be put into a non-refundable camp store account. Remaining money from the camp store accounts are donated to our scholarship fund. We offer lessons with teachers on all band instruments, voice, piano, and guitar. Please inquire about other instrumental lessons - we may be able to accommodate you!
Scholarship applications are due by May 15th. You must have registered for camp in order to be considered for a scholarship. The scholarship application form can be found here after January 1st.
Douglas Strawn Memorial Scholarship
The Douglas Strawn Memorial Scholarship is funded through donations from camp staff. It is a full-tuition scholarship awarded each year to an outstanding high school vocalist. Doug was a former member of the Carpenters, a long-time employee of the Disney Corporation, and an outstanding musician and educator. He founded the Flathead Lake Music Camp Jazz Choir and served for several years as the camp board president. He is remembered for his never-ceasing dedication to the camp philosophy that all children are capable of making beautiful music. Doug passed away in the spring of 2013.
Donating to Scholarship Fund
If you would like to donate to the FLMC Scholarship Fund, please click this link to Donate via PayPal. Thank you for your generosity!
Scholarships for camp are funded in part by donations from private donors, revenue from the camp store, and donations from the Montana State University School of Music.