Tuition There are 18 weeks in the Spring 2015 semester. Total tuition for one 1-hour class is $198.00 $25 is due at the time of enrollment to hold your dancer's spot in the class. This is part of your total tuition but is not refundable if you decide not to take the class before classes begin. (Please see the policy page regarding dropping out of classes once they have started.)
Tuition Payment Options for Spring 2015: Option 1: Pay your tuition in full by January 1st to receive 10% off your recital fee. The total for one class would be $173. Option 2: Make payments on your tuition. There are 4 payments of $43.25. One payment is due the week of January 5th, February 2nd, March 2nd, and March 30th when you come to class. There is a $10 late fee for every week a payment is not made. All tuition must be paid in full by April 3rd in order for a student to continue in class.
Sibling discounts on tuition are available. Please email Miss Robin at email@example.com for details on this.
Recital Fee There is a recital fee for each class your dancer is enrolled in. You should budget $90 for one recital fee. The recital fee includes, but is not limited to, one costume, tights, show poster, and personal props for one dance. If your dancer is enrolled in more than one class, the second recital fee will not include a show poster. Recital fees vary by class and costume. The more sparkle a costume has, the more expensive it is going to be.
A $45 down-payment for your recital fee is due the week of February 16th. The remainder of the fee is due once I am sure all the costumes for that class fit, and there are no other costs related to the class. That may not be until April. In the Fall of 2014, remainder fees ranged from $23.00 to $47.00. That is why you should budget $90 per class. Sometimes the costumes are less expensive, sometimes they are not.