Wisconsin School Music Association (WSMA) is a non-profit association governed by a board of directors made up of superintendents, principals and other officers from our state. Each year, more than 1,000 schools join WSMA. In addition to participation in WSMA programs and services, member schools are entitled to use the Wisconsin Center for Music Education, including the Richard and Nancy Wolf Resource Center with the WSMA Festival Music List (more than 5,600 titles), the music curriculum library and advocacy resources. Other features include instructional space in the Pleasant Rowland Innovation Center, the Whitehouse of Music Recording Studio, Yamaha Music Technology Center and much more.
WSMA Programs – From solos to concert groups, WSMA offers programs to serve a wide variety of musical performances and student development to enhance your school music program.
Dues and Fees – WSMA is committed to providing your students with access to high quality, rich and rewarding musical opportunities and experiences, which continue to be a critical component to the education of today’s youth. WSMA strives to be sensitive to the fiscal constraints of its member schools by keep increases as minimal as possible.
Want to know where your dues go and how your festival fees and awards purchases fit into WSMA programs and services? Click here for WSMA Financial Information.
New! Submit your 2015-16 Enrollment Form online
A new, simplified version of the enrollment form is available online. Enroll now to access to the WSMA Festival Music List, festival rubrics, MyCenter account, and the entire list of WSMA progams.
Learn more about membership for your school by contacting our office at 1-800-589-9762 or email@example.com.