You must be over 18 to register for an account.
We require a credit card be kept on file to ensure payments are received on time. Your card will only be charged if payments are not made by their due date.
ACH payments can be set up for recurring payments by contacting the studio. By agreeing to recurring billing you authorize monthly charges to your credit card or bank account. You will be charged each billing period for the total amount due for that period; the charge will appear on your card or bank statement.
If you do not wish to do ACH payments, you may pay by cash, check, or credit card by the 1st of each month; if payment is not received by 1st your card on file will be charged. Please note: If the 1st falls on a holiday or weekend, payments may be submitted prior to the 1st.
Withdrawal of a class must be done in writing before the last five working days of your current billing month, in which case you will only be liable for the remainder of that month (including all charges incurred during that month). Acceptable forms of cancellation request are by email to firstname.lastname@example.org, by mail to our studio in Rowley, or in person. A withdrawal is only valid once we have confirmed acceptance of the request.
For inclement weather closings and holidays, we mostly follow the Triton Regional Public Schools calendar. We will always post on Facebook and Instagram if we are going to be closed and we will also communicate via email. Occasionally we close the studio when we attend an event or performance; these days will be noted on the studio calendar and planned for in advance. Missed classes can be made up within one month of the missed class at a similar or lower level to the dancers' current class.
Proper attire is detailed under ‘Class Descriptions’ on our website, www.DanceElevate.com. Loose fitting clothing such as pants and baggy t-shirts are not allowed. Please have hair pulled back off your face for all classes, and in a bun for ballet. Students are expected to come to class with proper shoes, as detailed in ‘Class Descriptions’; please, no street shoes on our studio floors!
If you must miss a class, it is your responsibility to inform the studio either by phone or email. Missed classes can be made up within one month of the missed class at a similar or lower level to the dancers' current class. Please note that the account will be charged for the class even if the dancer does not attend; there are no refunds.
Our regular dance season runs September through May. This season culminates in a Spring recital, which has a TBD date season-to-season. Sometimes the recital is in May, sometimes it is in June. Theaters are busy and difficult to book; we try our best to secure a date and location as early in the season as possible for your planning purposes, and we appreciate your flexibility. Visit our calendar page for up-to-date schedule information.
Sometimes, if our recital falls early in May, we will host a June mini-session of optional classes.
Our Summer season typically runs after the 4th of July, for 6 weeks of Summer, ending in mid-August.
I hereby grant permission to Elevate Dance Center to use photographs and/or video of me or my child(ren) taken at Elevate Dance Center and its associated events (i.e. recital) in publications, news releases, online, and in other communications related to the mission of Elevate Dance Center, LLC.
All dancers participating in our Spring recital will be required to pay a $75 recital fee, due 2/1. This fee includes a recital t-shirt for your dancer(s). All dancers participating in our Spring recital will be required to pay for a recital costume (1 per routine a dancer is signed up for) at $85 each for students in Preschool and KinderCombo classes and $95 each for students in Youth and Teen classes before sales tax for each routine, of which a deposit of $50 per costume will be due 11/1 with the remaining balance due 12/1. Costume fees are non-refundable, as we order costumes first thing in the season with the assumption that everyone enrolled will remain in classes until the Spring recital. If your dancer chooses to unenroll, you forfeit your costume fee(s) and all payments-to-date. Tights and shoes are not included in the costume cost. These are separate and required costs. Tickets will be on sale in May and will be an additional cost to you and your guests.
Participation in our recital includes attendance at one or more dress rehearsals for practice in costume on the 'big stage', as well as participation in group photo days. We do our best to schedule the recital in a way that makes sense for the most dancers, but sometimes dancers are required to participate in more than one recital (for example, the 11 a.m. performance as well as the 2:30 p.m. performance.)
The annual, non-refundable registration fee is $40.00 per student/$50.00 per family, and is due when registering.
Tuition is paid in nine installments that are due the 1st day of each month from September-May. Monthly tuition is based on a yearly (dance season of September - May) tuition amount, divided equally into nine monthly payments. Monthly tuition is the same each month even if there are fewer classes in one month and more in another. Each class receives approximately 30 classes in a dance season, September through May.
All payments are non-refundable and non-transferable. There is a returned check/insufficient funds fee of $35.00. Any payment for classes made after the 7th of any given month will be assessed a late charge of $15. If tuition is 21 days late, the student will not be permitted to attend class until the account is made current.
We try our best to fill every class on our schedule, however sometimes we must cancel a class due to low enrollment. We will suggest an alternate class for you, and if that class does not work for your schedule you will be refunded any pre-paid tuition for classes not held.
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