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Naval School of Music
Daily Life
SOM A typical day at the Naval School of Music begins with "morning quarters" when roll is called just before an inspection. For the remainder of the training day, each student's schedule is different, depending on their point in training. Some students may proceed immediately to a private instrumental lesson, while another is off to ear-training class, music theory, concert band, or stage band.


Image of Scott Hall While assigned to the Naval School of Music, basic course students reside in Scott Hall, a 135 room dormitory-style barracks. Scott Hall, which is just a short walk from the school, consists of three wings which are connected by common areas where students can relax, watch TV, or just visit with other students.