Tuition & Class Placement

Registration fee is $20 per student or $30 per family. Fee must accompany registration form and two months tuition. This tuition will be applied to September and October lessons. Make checks payable to Patricia Bostick Dance Center.

Registration fee is non-refundable.
Tuition rates are based on the season and charged bi-monthly. It is to be paid with registration and the first week of November, January, March and May. Tuition is due whether or not a child is present for class. A $10.00 late fee will be added to your account after the 15th of each month. There is a $15.00 fee on all re-deposited checks. There is also a $25.00 fee on all returned checks. In addition, if a check is returned all future payments must be made in cash. Tuition booklets will be handed out at the first visitation. *Registration is on a first come, first serve basis. In an effort to keep proper class sizes, your registration will not be completed until we receive your payment and registration form.

  • All 3/4 & 1 hour classes – $46/Monthly (paid *bi-monthly)
  • All 1 1/2 hour classes – $58/Monthly (paid *bi-monthly)
  • Small Group Classes – $42/Monthly (paid *bi-monthly starting in November)
    *bi-monthly covers 2 months

*A discount will be applied after the second lesson per family, not including small group classes.
Please speak to Miss Pattie.

In the event of a prolonged illness or injury that requires extended hospital care, a prorated refund will be made provided that written medical verification is presented to Miss Pattie. There will be no refunds made for voluntary withdrawal, missed or cancelled classes, sports seasons, holidays, vacations, inclement weather or lack of interest.
In the event of voluntary class withdraw, a one month written notice must be given or you will be charged an additional month’s tuition.

*The Patricia Bostick Dance Center DOES NOT carry medical insurance for their students. It is required that all dance students be covered by their own family insurance policy and if injury occurs it is understood that the student’s own policy is your ONLY source of reimbursement


Determining Class Placement of Students

Classes are arranged according to age AND ability.

Students may be transferred to a more appropriate class if the director finds it necessary and in the best interest of the student.
We do our best to fulfill everyone’s wishes and at the same time keep our dance classes at a certain technique level. Many factors are considered when determining placement of a student.
Dancers advance based on technique level, ability, attitude, consistency in work, attendance and physical and emotional readiness.
Often we suggest a child be placed in a particular class in order to promote proper development.
With each student being evaluated, the Patricia Bostick Dance Center reserves the right to make class reassignments at the teacher’s discretion for students not in the appropriate class level. Any adjustments deemed necessary will occur during the first two months of the season