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Tuition

Policy

 

Tuition fees cover the cost of rental of rehearsal space, staff salaries, insurance, purchase of music, office supplies and other related business expenses. Tuition is payable on a semester schedule, where the first installment is due in August and the balance is paid in January.  A $20 late fee will be assessed on tuition paid after the due date.
 

Non-payment can result in a Singer being dismissed from the program. Please email the Treasurer or President if financial difficulties present themselves.
 

We have introduced a new online payment system. Families have the option of paying by credit card, debit card, or PayPal (you can create an account for free, which works just like paying by check). We strongly encourage you to use one of these forms of payment if possible. If you wish to pay via check or cash, please contact our Treasurer at treasurer@danvillegirlschorus.org for more information. There will be a $20 fee for any returned checks.

 

Tuition Discount

 

If more than one singer in a given family is a member of DGC, a family discount of 20% will be applied to EACH SUBSEQUENT child's tuition. Discount will be applied to the LOWER tuition.

 

Rates for the 2017-2018 Season

The rates for the 2017-2018 season are as follows:


ChoirAnnual Tuition

Registration Deposit

Due by

July 22, 2017

1st Tuition

Installment Due

August 25, 2017

2nd Tuition

Installment Due

January 6, 2018

Preparatory$650$75$250$325
Intermediate$650$75$250$325
Apprentice$650$75$250$325
Concert$720$75$285$360
Honor

               $720 + $80 

        (Honor Choir Fee) 

$75$325$400

 

Financial Assistance

 

The Choir has limited funds available for partial scholarships. Financial assistance is awarded on the basis of family income in combination with musical ability and availability of funds. Because finances are a private issue, please be assured that only the Board President and Treasurer will be involved in the financial discussions. If financial difficulties should present themselves, please speak with either the President or the Treasurer to work out a satisfactory payment plan. The Board does not wish for anyone to feel the need to drop from the program due to finances.