School Policies

Student Conduct:

*SSM has the right to update these policies at any time*

1) Participate: Students must contribute to the conversations. A shared learning environment is only effective if everyone involved actually shares.

2) Help Others: Students should act as additional facilitators in aiding and assisting other students with the curriculum when necessary.

3) No Outside Sources: Content or study materials that is not intellectual property of SP Anonymous School of Music will not be allowed for usage without consent from our school.

4) Respect Diversity: Academia as a whole?should be, without question, a safe space for people of all races, genders, sexes, ages, sexual orientations, religions, disabilities and socioeconomic statuses. Derogatory and sarcastic comments and jokes that marginalize anyone are fundamentally unacceptable, especially in the classroom. Offensive language?or language that could be construed as offensive?should be avoided and defused. In the unfortunate event that this becomes an issue, immediate action will be taken to protect the safety and comfort of your students. Our ethnically rich and diverse, multicultural world should be highly celebrated in the classroom and in life.

School Bylaws :

1 – One enrollment per person and if another person is found to have used your student I.D. , you will be dismissed from the school.

2 – All Intellectual property of SSM is copyrighted. Any distribution and/or sharing of intellectual property owned by the school without written consent is grounds for immediate dismissal

3 – Excessive violations of student conduct codes will is grounds for immediate dismissal.

4 – Lack of participation over extended periods of time without notifying SSM is grounds for dismissal.

Academic Honesty Policy – Academic dishonesty includes the following and any other forms of academic dishonesty:

  • Cheating?Using or attempting to use crib sheets, electronic sources, stolen exams, unauthorized study aids in an academic assignment, or copying or colluding with a fellow student.
  • Fabrication?Falsifying, inventing, or misstating any data, information, or citation in an academic assignment, field experience, academic credentials, job application or placement file.
  • Plagiarism?Using the works (i.e. words, images, other materials) of another person as one’s own words without proper citation in any academic assignment.
  • Facilitating Academic Dishonesty?Assisting or attempting to assist any person to commit any act of academic misconduct, such as allowing someone to copy a paper or test answers.


Our school’s education is provided via digital intellectual property and is not a physical product, therefore, once the components of the curriculum are received, refunds are not granted.