Doylestown School of Rock has undergone incredible change over the past year.
Last September, it celebrated its grand opening at its new location, 88 S. Main St., and this September, the school announced new management.
Melanie Boyd joined the team as general manager effective Aug. 1. Boyd holds a Master of Business Administration and has experience as operations manager for a music school.
As a parent of the School of Rock Doylestown for the past four years, she has seen first-hand the positive impact the program and community has on its students.
Amber Miller has also started as studio coordinator. Miller’s expertise with scheduling from her experience as a hair stylist for the past 10 years keeps the school well organized and customer service exceptional.
While COVID has brought new challenges to businesses in this area and all over this year, Doylestown School of Rock has been able to shift gears quickly and adapt programming for its students and community’s safety and needs. It offers both in-person and remote lessons, socially distanced group rehearsals, and outside performances.
The House Band, which is usually seen at community events throughout the year, can be seen again in the community starting in October.