Tuition is $10 per class hour. Tuition can be paid on site via cash or check, or you can pay here.
Registration fee is a one-time $20 payment per semester used to hold the class seat.
Regardless of attendance, students are financially responsible for every class during the semester.
(More information on our Policies page.)
Some financial assistance is available. Please contact the office via phone or email.
Arts For All, Inc. reserves the right to cancel classes due to low enrollment. Classes will only run if enrollment is a minimum of 5 students per class.
If a class is cancelled:
1. Registrants may choose to attend a different class.
2. Registrants may choose to cancel the registration entirely. Cancellations will result in a refund. Arts For All, Inc. will retain $10 of the deposit.
Music books cost $10 and may be purchased at the class site.
Dance dress codes is only limited to easy-to-move comfort wear. Buy dance wear and shoes inexpensively at Target, Bobby’s Dancewear, and Payless Shoe Source.
Students should bring their own instruments. (This does not include piano; keyboards and headphones provided.)
You can rent instruments at Dietze or purchase instruments through Schmitt Music, Millard Music, or find used instruments at Sol’s Jewelry & Loan.
Arts For All has a few instruments to loan for $30/mo. Contact the office with interest.
Arts For All classes cancel when OPS is closed for bad weather. However, classes are still held during low temperature days. More information here.
Please watch for weather announcements on our Facebook, Twitter, and in your email inbox. The office phone will also indicate weather closings.
If the student misses class, it may be possible to schedule a make-up class at a different location. Classes may be arranged through the instructor or office.
There are places to wait outside of the classroom while the student is in class.
Dropping students off: Part of the registration includes signing a liability waiver that acknowledges that Arts For All, Inc. assumes no liability for the safety of the student unless the guardian contacts the office otherwise.