Policies and Tuition

  • All students must make all payments by the 15th of the month Tuition is not based on a single lesson or by the month, it is a based on a yearly fee covering the 2021-2022 academic school year September 7, 2021 through May 19, 2022with a recital tentatively planned for May 19, 2022with a dress rehearsal tentatively planned at the theater on May 18, 2022There will also be a studio dress rehearsal with date to be announced. The studio will be closed for classes on the following dates: November 24-28, December 19-January 2 and the last day of classes will be May 19, 2022

  • A registration fee of $15 per family per year is due at first enrollment.

Payment plans for tuition, payable to Jill Landrith School of Dance are as follows:


Monthly Payment Plan

Classes per week

1 class/week (30 minute) $30

1 class/week (60 minute) $45

2 classes/week $80

3 classes/week $100

4 classes/week $115

5 classes/week $130

6 classes/week $145

7 classes/week $160

8 classes/week $175

Single class………………………………………………………………$15

Coaching/Private Instruction/ ………………………..$50/hour

Drop in Class Punch Card…….. $120 for 10 classes


Financial Policies

  • Credit/Debit Card Decline Fee is $15.00.

  • Returned Check Fee is $25.00

  • Tuition is to be paid in full by May 10, 2022Students with two consecutive months of unpaid accounts will not be admitted to class until their account is paid up.

  • Credit will be applied to a student’s account for prolonged illness, verified by a doctor’s certificate, beginning the day the office is notified.

  • The school reserves the right to cancel a class due to insufficient enrollment.

  • Students will receive a refund for classes that are canceled due to insufficient enrollment.

  • There are NO refunds and tuition cannot be rolled over to another session.

Class Withdrawal & Re-Enrollment
You MUST withdraw from classes in writing by the 5th of the month or you will be held liable for the entire month’s payment. Re-enrollment will require a $15 fee.


Every student of the school is expected to behave throughout the facility in a disciplined, responsible and courteous manner. The school reserves the right to suspend or dismiss any student whose attitude, attendance or conduct is found unsatisfactory.

All absences must be reported to the school. Make-up classes can be arranged through the school office.

Jill Landrith School of Dance is not responsible for injuries, illnesses contracted, loss of personal property or damage to personal property occurring on the premises.


Street shoes, shorts, T-shirts and/or baggy garments will not be allowed in class at any time.

Female ballet students must wear pink ballet slippers and must have their hair neatly bound. NO PONY TAILS.

Ages 4-6 Pink tights, pink leotard, NO SKIRTS

Ages 7-9 Pink tights, black leotard, NO SKIRTS

Ages 10-13 Pink tights, leotard, Pointe shoes with permission, SKIRT


Ages 14+ Pink or black tights, leotard, SKIRT ALLOWED

Female Jazz, Tap, Lyrical and Contemporary students may wear solid color tights or dance pants and leotards. Beginning tap students should have a black “Mary Jane” style tap shoe, and older tap students should have a black lace up with tap oxford. (Ballet slippers for Lyrical and Contemporary students.) NO PONY TAILS. Hair neatly bound.

Male ballet students must wear black tights, t-shirt, white or black slippers.

Male Jazz, Tap, and Modern students may wear warm-up pants, jazz oxfords or tap shoes.

Conditioning Class and Teen/Adult students may wear comfortable, movement appropriate clothing.