Tuition is due in full on the 1st day of each month.  Accounts not paid in full by the 10th of the month will be assessed a late fee of $10 per student, per week.  Tuition is based on 4 lessons per month for the 9 ½ month Dance session (August-May) and missed lessons will not be deducted.  Some months will have more than 4 lessons; some months have less.  We have a “NO REFUNDS” policy on classes, costumes, enrollment fees, or recital fees.  There is a total of at least 38 lessons at Stage Door School of Dance which allows for holidays and spring break during the 9 ½ month Dance Session.  The Dance Session includes rehearsals, a lengthy auditorium dress rehearsal, picture day and recital as they are part of a well-rounded dance education.  August is a half month’s tuition.  May is a full month’s tuition.   We will notify you approximately the 15th of each month of any outstanding balances.  All tuition and fees must be paid in full for a student to perform in any shows or recital.  If an account is 30 days past due, the student will be asked to sit out of class until the account is brought current.

The recital is scheduled for May, 2022.  This is when students perform what they have learned throughout the year.  Costumes will be required if a student is to participate in the recital.  Costumes cost $65-$90 per costume.  There will be a $50 recital fee per student.   Costume fees are due 12/1.  All students will be notified by 10/1 of the number of routines/costumes they will need.  Any costume not paid in full before Christmas break, will not be ordered.  If a costume is ordered separately from the group, you are responsible for all extra fees including shipping and rush charges and costume arrival is not guaranteed for pictures or rehearsal.  

Stage Door School of Dance also performs at and for various civic organizations in town and out town during the year to enhance our performance skills and to instill self-confidence, for instance:  Senior Citizen Centers, Area Malls, Fall Festivals, Spring Flings,  are a few.