6-7 pm

HOPP FROGG group classes are fun, educational, challenging and a great way to make new friends.

Our art classes are generally geared toward children aged 7-12.

Art students get to explore different styles and mediums like painting, sculpting, pen and ink, sketching and more...

Music classes are geared toward children who are very interested in music but may not be quite old enough for private lessons. They work with different instruments and musical styles. Learning note values, rhythm and the basic building blocks of music.

All classes are just $60 a month!!! For one hour, once a week.

Come join our artist community. Call 770-443-4211 to register.

April Cantrell

Art Director

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Please call for more information 770-443-4211



This beginners music class will train students to notice, understand and appreciate the music that surrounds them. Students will experience different elements of music through hands on experience and critical thinking. They will learn about rhythm, singing, and may even get the chance to create their own compositions. They will learn about genres of music; from the classical to current. Thematic and interactive lessons allow them to become a part of the lesson and jump right in to the world that music can create!

Carrie King

Music Director

Carrie King is a published songwriter and session vocalist who has had the incredible opportunity to perform with acts such as Alabama, Brad Paisley, Steve Green and Laura Story. Originally from Southern California, she grew up surrounded by music singing from and early age and playing instruments (piano, flute, and guitar) shortly there after. Carrie received her Bachelor of Arts degree from California Baptist University with a dual emphasis in Vocal Performance and Theory & Composition. After graduating she moved to Nashville to pursue her graduate degree in Music Composition at Belmont University.


Carrie has taught students from the ages of 8 to 60+ and believes in an individualized teaching method for each student. Music should be a place where we can explore the different ways we learn and express ourselves. No two lessons will ever be the same. Carrie believes students should love what they are learning while also be stretched and challenged at an age and experience appropriate level.