Frequently Asked Questions

What is Rose Conservatory?

Rose Conservatory will enable young people most in need in the Brockton Community, to achieve great futures as productive, caring, responsible citizens and musicians. Today, Rose Conservatory serves all 11 elementary schools in Brockton. Rose Conservatory provides a safe place, caring adult mentors, fun and friendship, and high-impact music and youth development programs on a daily basis during after school hours. We are the model of a music infused curriculum, mentorship and academic assistance at the elementary level. Programs promote academic success, good character and citizenship, and healthy lifestyles.

What is the Rose Conservatory mission?

The Rose Conservatory provides access to exceptional arts education and performance for the Brockton community, fostering creativity, artistic growth, and well-being for individuals of all ages, backgrounds and abilities. We empower a diverse range of children as scholars, artists, and leaders through unique and rigorous academic remote learning assistance, mentorship and music education. We enrich the larger community through performance, service, and collaboration. The Rose Conservatory uses the most effective ways to achieve youth development goals through intensive investment in the positive social impact of music ensemble creation, rehearsal, public performance and academic assistance.

When and where was Rose Conservatory established?

Rose Conservatory was established in 2021 in Brockton, Massachussettes. Learn more about Rose Conservatory story at

Why is Rose Conservatory important?

Every day, 11.3 million kids (1 out of 4) leave school with no place to go. And every summer, 43 million kids lack access to summer learning programs. This means that millions of our nation’s youth risk being unsupervised, unguided and unsafe. However, research shows that what happens during the out-of-school time can have a significant impact on reversing the negative trends facing youth, including dropout rates, obesity and violence. And that’s what Rose Conservatory is all about – providing youth with a safe, constructive, supportive environment when they are not at home or at school, where they can have fun with peers, learn about music and art and be guided by trained youth development professionals.

What types of kids and age ranges do you serve?

Rose Conservatory serves youth grades 2 & 3 from all communities within Brockton and all socio-economic walks of life.

How much does it cost to be a member?

Rose Conservatory  is a client-focused and result driven music school that provides ease to learn and fully practice and experience at an affordable fee that won’t in any way put a hole in the pocket of our clients (students and organizations alike who would hire our services). Visit to learn more.

Where do I mail a donation?

Make checks out to Rose Conservatory and send your check to the following address:

Rose Conservatory

1350 Pleasant Street

Brockton, MA 02301

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