Payment and Attendance Policy
Tuition is a continuing charge for a monthly rated class or classes.
Tuition payments are due on the 1st day of each month.
Payments not received by the 8th of the month will incur a $15 late fee.
Tuition fees are non-refundable and non-transferable.
Tuition fees are based on the total number of instruction hours per semester (including dress rehearsals and performances)
divided into 5 monthly payments. Regardless of how many classes are held per month, monthly tuition remains at a set rate.
No tuition adjustments or credits are given for missed classes and no make-up classes will be offered, with the
exception of studio-cancelled classes.
Classes for the semester end with the final show performance.
All classes that have mid or end-or-semester stage performances are charged a one-time Production Fee. Production fees cover the
licensing and royalties for plays and musicals, the acquisition, creation, and maintenance of costumes, sets, and props, scripts, and
publicity. Production fees will be due at the time of registration starting with the Spring 2018 semester
Using our website, seedlingtheatrecompany.com, payments for monthly tuition can be made using a credit or
debit card by clicking on the Online Store tab from the top menu and following the directions. Other items such as Production
fees, promotional packages, and Seedling Credit or gift certificates are also available for purchase online. Front Row
Seedling Seats must be purchased in person at our studio.
Manual Tuition Payments:
We accept Visa, Master Card, cash, check, and debit cards with a Visa or Master Card logo on
them for payment at our studio. A $25 fee will be charged for returned checks.
Upon class enrollment, students are expected to complete the semester. Shows rely on the commitment of all cast members and
participants to work together as a team. Fourteen (14) days written notice is required to discontinue any class. A withdrawal form must
be filled out by the parent and submitted to the front desk in person. No refund of prior tuition payments will be issued and any past due
payment must be made at the time of official withdrawal. Showcase Cast students are subject to the withdrawal policy outlined in the
Cast Agreement. Your account will remain active, until withdrawal procedures have been followed.
Consistent attendance is expected. In all our classes, the show rehearsals and educational elements are progressive, working
off the previous week’s instruction.
If you know your child will be absent for a class, please give the teacher at least 2 weeks notice if possible. Please call the
studio anytime your child is ill or unable to attend class. This is important in planning for rehearsals each week.
No tuition adjustments or credits are given for missed classes and no make-up classes will be offered.
Habitual absenteeism may result in a student’s role in a show being re-assigned to another student.
Classes will begin promptly at the scheduled time. Students are expected to be on time, in proper attire, and prepared for
class. Students who are tardy miss important instruction and warm ups and disrupt the class.
Students are expected to take responsibility for learning missed instruction, choreography, directions and blocking
and for obtaining any missed information, handouts, etc. Teachers are always willing to help if asked and classmates can
be a great resource as well.