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2017-2018 Fall Schedule of Classes
Pre-Dance payment plan:
Session 1: 1/2 tuition + registration fee at registration, balance due October 1st.
Session 2: 1/2 tuition, (+ registration fee for students not enrolled in session 1), balance due February 1st.
Additional payment plans available. Session 2 fees include a costume fee for the Pre-Dance Showcase.
All class scheduling and faculty subject to change.
Credit and Refund Policies same as Student & Adult Division
Fees for Student & Adult Division Classes: August 28th, 2017 – May 17th, 2018
30 minute class $350 (due at registration) $118 (due 11/1) $117 (due 2/1)
45 minute class $350 (due at registration) $148 (due 11/1) $147 (due 2/1)
60 minute class $350 (due at registration) $178 (due 11/1) $177 (due 2/1)
75 minute class $350 (due at registration) $208 (due 11/1) $207 (due 2/1)
90 minute class $350 (due at registration) $238 (due 11/1) $237 (due 2/1)
5% discount on tuition paid in full by August 1 for students with 3 or more classes.
There is a $25 registration per dancer due at the time of registration.
These fees do not include Performance Companies or Spring Concert fees. Fees above are for classes only.
Refund and Credit Policy
*$50.00 drop fee per class prior to the start of classes.
*September – $25.00 per class held plus $50.00 drop fee per class. Balance refunded.
*October – $25.00 per class held plus $50.00 drop fee. Credit on account.
*After October 31, no credit will be issued.
Credits are kept on account for one year and are not transferable.
Classes added after October 31st will not be credited for withdrawal.
Unlimited Plan: $2000.00 deposit plus $600.00 September through May.
Payment plans are available based on the number of classes in which you have registered. Credit cards must be on file and kept current. Contact Barbara Wowk for your custom payment plan.
At NSSD, we limit the sizes of our classes to ensure the quality of dance education. When a class reaches its maximum, then we open a waiting list. If we cannot get each student on the waiting list into a class, depending on space and instructors, we will open an additional class.
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- Pre-Dance Division: Ages 2-1/2 – 6 (Kindergarten)
- Students Division: Junior (Jr.) Ages 6 (First Grade) – 11
- Senior (Sr.) Ages 10 – Adult
- Adult Division: No additional classes are required to attend these classes.
Advancement at NSSD is determined by the instructor and directors only. With over 40 years of experience, our expertise in leveling has proven successful in each student who follows our recommendations. Students may be advised to remain in the same level for two or more years. This is not a reflection of the student’s ability, nor will they nor will they be repeating the same exact lesson plan.