CREATIVE BALLET SHOWCASE for Creative Ballet 3, 4, & 4/5
Sunday, May 19, 2019 at TBTS Fort Worth
*NEW for 2018-19
All students enrolled in Creative Ballet 3, 4, or 4/5 are invited and encouraged to participate in the Creative Ballet Showcase at the end of the year. The Creative Ballet Showcase is held in the large studio at the School and is an exciting opportunity for students to show what they have learned during the year. Dancers will perform in one of three performances on Sunday, May 19, 2019. A short dress rehearsal will be held on Saturday, May 18.
Participation is optional, but highly encouraged. Commitment forms will be handed out in January and are due, along with performance fee, by February 2, 2019. Completed forms, along with Performance Fees, need to be returned as soon as possible so that the teachers can choreograph and teach their dance.
SPRING PERFORMANCE for Creative Ballet 5 –Professional Division
Saturday, June 1, 2019 at IM Terrell Academy of Visual & Performing Arts
All students enrolled in Texas Ballet Theater School (CB5 and above) are invited and encouraged to participate in the end-of-year Spring Performance. The Spring Performance is an exciting opportunity for students to perform and showcase what they have learned throughout the year. There are two to three performances and dancers will perform in one or multiple shows. Parents should be aware that this performance requires extra work and the students must attend all classes in preparation for the show.
Participation is optional, but highly encouraged. Commitment forms will be handed out in January and are due, along with performance fee, by February 2, 2019. Completed forms, along with Performance Fee, need to be returned as soon as possible so that the teachers can choreograph and teach their dance.
Absences between March 1st and the Spring Performance are generally not allowed and will jeopardize your child’s participation. If you anticipate missing multiple rehearsals for any reason, please discuss the possibility of an understudy role for your child with his/her teacher when you turn in the commitment contract. Addressing rehearsal conflicts early on with the teacher is essential to the teacher’s ability to choreograph and cast in a way that optimizes all students’ participation and experience. Remember, we want your child to be as successful on stage as possible! It is to the teacher’s discretion whether a child will be able to participate on stage and in what role based on attendance.
Tuition is based on the class level in which the student is enrolled. Tuition and registration fees are non-refundable. Students are responsible for tuition for the entire year. Full tuition is due for students who choose not to participate in the Spring Performances. Students with outstanding account balances are not eligible for re-enrollment until outstanding payments are paid. Students who enroll after the beginning of the regular year may receive a pro-rated tuition rate. There are no credits for classes missed and no make-up classes offered. Reimbursements are not given for classes missed for vacations or school functions. Students are obligated for a full semester’s tuition even if they withdraw before the end of the session. Tuition credits may be applied to the following semester in the event students withdraw from classes due to a prolonged illness or injury verified by a doctor’s written confirmation. Texas Ballet Theater School must be informed in writing if a student decides to discontinue classes.
PAYMENT OPTIONS AND DISCOUNTS
Annual- Due in one payment by August 1. Includes a 10% discount.
Two semesters- Due in two payments in August and January. Includes a 5% discount.
Ten Installments- Due on the first of each month, beginning in August. The annual tuition is divided into ten equal payments, so no discount is given for partial months.
Family- Additional children in the same family will receive a 15% discount. For discount purposes, student in the highest level is considered the “first student”. Family discount does not apply to drop-in or special classes.
Registration Fee – A $50 registration fee is due for each student (or $75/family) at the time of enrollment.
Late Fees – All payments are due on the first (or first weekday) of each month. Accounts that have not been paid by the 7th of the month will incur a $10 late fee.
Withdrawals – Parent is responsible for tuition for the full school year. Parent must notify Texas Ballet Theater School in writing if a student will be withdrawing from the program. At that time, all past due tuition is due. Students who withdraw will NOT receive a refund; however, we will credit the following semester in the event that a student withdraws from classes due to a prolonged illness or injury.
No Refund Policy – TBTS will not refund tuition payments or registration fees for any reason. Refunds will not be given for missed or cancelled classes.