School of Rock Plano opened March 1 at 1501 Preston Road. The school follows a season-based style of instruction where students can enroll for 15- to 16-weeklong lessons. Lessons include weekly sessions and rehearsals, after which students perform at Dallas venues. 469-567-3962. www.schoolofrock.com
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