Belleville School of Ballet
Tuition is based on the total number of hours taken per week, and is payable the first class of each month. September through May is a full month’s tuition regardless of the number of classes in each month. June’s tuition is ½ month. Monthly statements are not sent out unless the account is delinquent. Payments received after the 10th of each month will be assessed a $15 late fee. There will be a $25 late fee after 30 days. All late fees must be paid in order for your child to perform in the recital. Missed lessons may be made up by taking an extra class, however, the studio is not obligated in any way to refund tuition if there is no way for the student to attend the make-up time. Regular attendance and practice are necessary for progress and development.
Annual registration fee of $25 per dancer; costume and participation fees based on the type of performance.
Class Cancellations due to weather conditions:
Please call the studio 277-1373 after 3:00pm for a recorded message. We do not post cancellations on website.
The hallways must stay quiet! There is entirely too much noise. Voices levels carry into the studios. This is disturbing to the class and instructors. Please talk in the hallways as you would in a doctor's office.
Please check on line for a schedule of times. Classes need to be made up by April 1st.
Please notify the studio if any of your information has changed since you filled out registration papers
Studio information will be posted on the bulletin boards, the studio’s website: www.bsoballet.com, and our Studio Facebook page. Please e-mail the studio if you have any questions.
BSOB students perform in an annual Holiday Show and an End of the Year Concert. In addition, students may audition for the annual Nutcracker and various community performances.
May take one class at no charge to experience what dance is all about! Students with previous dance experience are required to take a placement class to ensure appropriate class level.
Parents may observe classes at scheduled times during the year. Dressing room and waiting areas must be kept quiet at all times to insure a proper teaching atmosphere.