Alpharetta, GA, August 02, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Brian Johnson, owner of the former Peggy Still School of Music, today announced that the school will be changing its name to North Fulton School of Music. The school will continue to operate from its current location at 11775 Northfall Lane, Suite 108 and 203, in Alpharetta, GA, and its second location in Atlanta, at the Cooper Music Superstore near the North Druid Hills exit of I-85.
Johnson purchased the school from founder Peggy Still Johnson in July 2011, and since taking ownership has helped to lead a wave of changes. These changes include the implementation of an online appointment scheduling system, new group music education programs, increases in the number and variety of community performance opportunities, and the construction of Lucky Dog Studios, a professional audio recording facility in Alpharetta.
"We are thrilled to take this next step in the evolution of the school," said Johnson. "The business has always been a great place to learn and love music. While we are updating our look, our ongoing investments in improved customer service and teacher support, and our popular new programs like student album projects and an internally administered music theory exam continue to underscore our long-term commitment to excellence in both traditional and modern modes of music education."
For more information about lessons, classes, and facilities at North Fulton School of Music, please contact the school at info@northfultonschoolofmusic or (770) 753-0322.
North Fulton School of Music, formerly known as Peggy Still School of Music, has been involved in the music lessons business in metro Atlanta since 1988. The school was founded by Peggy Still Johnson in 1988, registered as a business in Georgia in 1994, and has grown to an enrollment of over 500 students and 35 degreed instructors.