Classes for 7
to 9 years
Please see days, times, and dress code below.
Primary Ballet and Jazz: Monday 6:00-7:15 pm
Ballet and Jazz Level 2: Monday 6:00-7:15 pm
Ballet Barre&Core Strength: Tuesday 5-5:30 pm
Pirouettes and Leaps: Tuesday 7:30-8:00 pm
Ballet/Tap Level 1/2 Thursday 6:15-7:15 pm
Ballet Level 2 7:15 -8:00 pm
Hip Hop Level 1 Choreography: Thursday 7:15-7:45 pm
WALK-IN OR DROP IN CLASS
Walk in classes are $15 per person per class.
($7.50 will be charged for 15 min additional minutes of class)
Walk in classes are $15 per person.
30 minutes of class per week: $30 per month
45 minutes of class per week: $45 per month
60 minutes of class per week: $60 per month
1 hour and a half of class per week: $75 per month
1 hour and 45 minutes of class per week: $82.50 per month
2 hours of classes per week: $90 per month
2 and half hours of class per week: $105 per month
3 hours of class per week: $120 per month
3 hours and a half of class per week: $135
4 hours of dance per week: $150
Unlimited monthly is $175.
Classes begin August 6th week of 2018 and end June 20th, 2019
Classes are ongoing.
Strict dress code will be enforced.
Hair: Secured and pulled away from face.
Jewelry: Absolutely no jewelry allowed during class.
Strict Dress Code enforced:
Pink leotard (please no skirt attachments, white tights, pink ballet slippers, any color tap shoes). Hair should be pulled back and away from face.
T shirt or tank, long baggy pants, no half or halter tops, non marking sole tennis shoes only
Shoes: Any color shoe for the style of class.
Tennis shoes must not be worn on the street and into the studio.
Note that a different color shoe may be required for showcase.
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VOLUME runs on a calendar month, which means that the tuition remains the same whether there are 3, 4, or 5 classes in that month. June tuition will be pro rated for half. Tuition is due by the 1st of each month and considered past due after the 5th.
Payment Method: We DO accept Visa and Master card or debit cards with the Visa and the MasterCard logo. Sorry, we do not accept American Express, monthly checks, or cash for tuition. Tuition will be debited at the first of each month.
NOTICE OF DROP:
We require a 15 day WRITTEN notice of drop. If we do not receive the WRITTEN notice within the 15 days, you will charged for the following month of class.
ARE THERE FEES FOR LATE TUITION.
Monthly class fees are due by the 5th of each month. After the 5th of each month, VPC will be STRICTLY ENFORCE a "late fee."
Please refer to the pricing chart for"late fee" charges.
*VERY IMPORTANT! If a credit card declines or a check bounces and monthly fees have not been received by the 15th of that particular month, the instructor will ask the dancer to sit out of class until the payment is made in full. All late fees and payments are still due in this circumstance.
DROPPING A CLASS
We require a 15 day notice of drop for dance classes by email or written notice. If we do not receive the drop notice by the 15th day, you will be charged
A family discount is offered on monthly class fees to any family that has 2 or more dancers in their immediate family. The family discount is 25%. Family discounts ARE NOT available on summer classes, promotional classes, or already discounted classes.
ADDITIONAL COSTS AND SHOWCASES
Fall showcase fees $50.00.
Spring showcase fees are $150.
There are NO REFUNDS on any payment made to Volume, including but not limited to class fees, competition or convention fees, showcase fees, coaches fees, choreography fees, costume fees, etc.
Volume prorates monthly class fees for dancers that start dancing at Volume in the middle of a month. The office staff will assist you in determining prorated class fees. Payments cannot be prorated if a dancer misses class for any reason.
MISSED LESSONS AND MAKE UP CLASSES
We do not pro-rate for missed classes, but you are always welcome to make-up in another class if the class is available.
A dancer needs to understand the importance of attending class, not only for the progress of his or her dance education, but also for the progress of the class as a whole. A dancer who misses class frequently will fall behind, become frustrated and hold up the class. A dancer with excessive absences will be dealt with as the faculty deems necessary. If an instructor notices a student who is not consistently adhering to the "basic rules" below, appropriate action will be taken.