WEBSTER GROVES, Mo. (KMOV.com) – A local high school has taken a step to maybe turning out some future music stars.

It came with a big boost from supporters of the Webster Groves School District, who donated $11,000 to help build a music studio at Webster Groves High School.

The school is also adding a music engineering class to the curriculum.

The push for the grant started when the assistant principal heard a group of students playing their own music in a school hallway.

The grant is from the Webster Groves District Foundation, which has awarded more than $40,000 to schools in the district in February.

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