Welcome to AIM School & Gymnastics

Phone: (509) 765-0452
Address: 416 S Western Ave Ste. #B
Email: Click Here


Private instruction can begin as early as age 8 learning voice performance skills. Students will learn how to improve their tone, range, projection, breath support and performance ability to produce a well rounded voice student. We offer performance opportunities with recitals in combination with piano students. Each instructor is responsible for setting their own schedules, and cancellation policies, so please contact them directly via email for more information and to book your child’s private lesson. Private lessons must be paid BEFORE the lesson takes place.  Students and Staff must sign in the attendance book at the time of the lesson.  Students do not need to be enrolled in gymnastic or school classes at AIM to be eligible for private voice lessons. 


Rebecca Dalton

Voice Instructor
Over 10 years of teaching experience, primarily with preschool aged children. Brigham Young University graduate with a Bachelor of Science degree in Early Childhood Education and minors in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages and Marriage, Family and Human Development. Currently the AIM School Department Head and Stepping Stones Teacher. Experience in multiple musical environments including church, university and auditioned choirs, musical theatre, and solo performances. Teaches private voice lessons. In addition to singing, plays the flute and piano.

FAQ's - General

416 S. Western Ave. Suite B
Moses Lake, WA 98837
(Just north of the RR tracks off of Broadway)

Office Hours:

  • Mon – Thurs 8:45am-1:30pm & 3:45pm-6:15pm
  • Friday 9:45am-11:00am
  • ​Sat & Sun OFFICE CLOSED
    – Please call or email to find out our summer office hours.

​Phone: (509) 765-0452

FAQ's - Voice Private Lessons

Please contact the voice teacher directly to schedule a lesson HERE and then make a payment through the office or the parent portal through the website HERE.

A voice lesson needs to be paid for through the office PRIOR to the lesson.