Spectrum Creative Arts opened its doors Sunday. It gives students access to learning music, engage in art.
"When I first started, I really couldn't sing as well as I can now," said Shannon Enloe, student.
Students here have different obstacles to overcome.
"Music and art have a unique way of accessing the brain that conventional ways of teaching and learning don't necessarily access," said Noa Elimelech, co-owner.
"For Josh, Josh is someone who needed a lot of help with specific social skills because of being a student with autism," said Wade Richards, music therapy department chair.
Music therapy helped pave the way.
"I'm hoping to meet new people here and have the opportunity to meet other band members," said Josh.
The center says it helps those who may have difficulty paying for the classes.
"I just wanted to be a singer, it was my dream," said Enloe.
The school's founders say it their goal to help others exceed their own.