Tuition and Registration

Ballet Afrikana provides tuition payment options by the term or academic year. There is no registration fee upon enrollment. All students are required to complete a registration form for the academic year or term. There are three terms within an academic year: The Harvest 2019 term; The Chilly 2020 term; and The Blooming 2020 term.

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2019-2020 Youth Program Tuition Overview

 

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Watoto Level A (ages 3 to 5): Students take one class per week; Ballet Exploration.

Watoto Level B (ages 6 to 8): Students are required to take two classes per week; Ballet I and Youth AfroBeat.

Watoto Level C (ages 9 to 14): Students are required to take two classes per week; Ballet II and Youth AfroBeat.

Watoto Level B&C Youth AfroBeat Only (ages 6 to 14): Students are required to take one class per week; Youth AfroBeat. 

Specials Offers

Year Enrollment Discount. A 20% discount is given to registrants who register for all three terms and make the one-time payment listed. The one-time payment cannot be divided into parts. Discount already applied. 
Two Student Discount. A 10% discount is given to registrants who register two children. The rate visible is the per term rate for two children. Discount is already applied. 
Notice about Discounts and Specials. No pro-rated options will be available for students entering after the start of the term. The terms begins on the following dates: week of September 9 (2019); week of January 6 (2020); and week of April 13 (2020).

Payment Methods

Ballet Afrikana accepts the following forms of payment: cash, credit, checks or money orders are accepted. Please make checks or money orders payable to Ballet Afrikana: Dance Prep Academy. MasterCard, VISA, Discover, and American Express are accepted. Other acceptable payments include requesting an invoice via Square, Inc. and paying via CashApp $BalletAfrikana.

Late Fee Policy

There will be a late charge of $25 for each payment on all accounts that are past due. There is a five (5) day grace period for those on the term payment plan. Once the grace period has ended you are responsible for paying the tuition and the late fee. Accounts that are more than 90 days past due may be turned over to a collection agency and the student will no longer be allowed to attend class.

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