ACT Academy of the Performing Arts - Classes and Plays
Fairytale Characters and Scenes for Young Actors (ages 7-11)
Acting for Musical Theatre (ages 12-19)
Behind the Scenes Theatre Arts Practicum: Costuming (Homeschool, ages 10-19)
Musical Theatre Dance & Voice (ages 10-13)
Fantastic Mr. Fox Play Lab (ages 7-12)
Improv and Acting Intensive (Homeschool, ages 12-19)
The ACT Show Choir (ages 10-19)
Call It! Stage Management for Teens (ages 14-19)
The Adventures of Nate the Great Play Lab (Homeschool, ages 7-13)
The Adventures of Peter Rabbit Musical Play Lab (ages 4-8)
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The ACT Academy Enrollment and Tuition Payment Policy
In order for us to plan for the semester and hire teachers, minimum class enrollment must be met, with a paid deposit or full tuition, by September 1, 2017 or classes may be cancelled. The class deposit (also listed as Payment 1) is non-refundable unless the class is cancelled.
Classes that have reached minimum enrollment by September 2, 2017 will continue to enroll students through the first day of classes, as long as space is still available. If a class is cancelled due to low enrollment, students already enrolled in the cancelled class may transfer to another class or request a full refund.
Monthly tuition payments are available to all students in good financial standing with The ACT, upon signing an installment payment agreement. No student may begin attending classes without having either tuition paid in full or a paid deposit with an installment payment agreement on file.
If a student withdraws from a class on or before September 1, 2017, we will issue a refund for any tuition paid, minus the deposit amount. The deposit is non-refundable. Starting September 2, 2017, the total semester tuition is non-refundable and is due to The ACT, regardless of the student's attendance during the semester. Any unpaid balance on a student's account may affect future enrollment in classes and camps, as well as participation in productions at The ACT.