I've taught adult piano before and used Bastien's adult piano series, but was looking for a fit for someone who has already played another instrument throughout high school.

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    Alfred's is pretty good. You could try asking this in Music: Practice & Theory Chat. – Matthew Read May 13 '15 at 18:09
  • You might be able to use a multi-part series and just skip the beginning books - like that Piano Adventures and start with book 2 or 3. It's pretty easy to fill in things like posture. If you're already familiar with teaching a particular method, you're probably best off to put them in that method and start them part way through. – Josiah May 14 '15 at 11:39