The following are Jazz Night School’s policies—please feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Registration and Payments
Payment of tuition and fees is due upon registration for Jazz Night School, and attendance requires payment in full by the first meeting of a session (unless special arrangements have been made). Payments can be made by cash, check, or PayPal options (including credit card). Please note: Tuition not received in full by the first meeting of a session will incur additional $10 charges per week delinquent fee.
Classes may be cancelled prior to the start of the session if there are not enough students enrolled in the class.
Annual Registration Fee
A yearly registration fee is required from Jazz Night School Fall, Winter, and Spring Session participants. Our school year runs from September through August and only one registration fee is required per year, regardless of the number of offerings a participant enrolls in. Summer Program participants are not required to pay the annual registration fee.
Late Payment Fees
Unless special arrangements have been made, tuition not received in full by the end of the first week of a session will incur an additional $10 charge per week delinquent.
Bounced checks will incur a $50 fee.
Classes and Ensembles—There will be no credits, refunds or make-ups for absence or withdrawal. Homework assignments may be provided upon request.
Refunds cannot be given once classes/ensembles have begun.
Jazz Night School’s goal is to make opportunities available to everyone.
Partial and Full Tuition Waivers are available on a case by case basis. Learn more at our Tuition Assistance page.
Recording, Performance, and Photography Release Policy
All performances presented by Jazz Night School (JNS) students/ensembles/performing groups and any persons performing or working with them (known collectively hereafter as “Students”) as part of JNS’s curricular or extra-curricular events may be audiotaped, filmed, videotaped or photographed. In addition, JNS may engage in commercial audio recording, film, video and photography projects featuring its Students.
JNS reserves all rights to these audio recordings, films, videotapes or photographs (known collectively hereafter as “Recordings”), including the right to broadcast, license, assign, and distribute the Recordings and derivatives thereof in all media, for any purpose and without limitation.
All Students assign to JNS all copyright and other rights in such performances and Recordings, including any rights to proceeds earned from commercial distribution or other use of the Recordings. In addition, Students’ names and likenesses in the published materials associated with these Recordings may be used by JNS and its agents. JNS is released from any claims arising out of broadcast, commercial distribution and promotion of these recordings. All rights in and to a composition will remain sole property of the composer(s). The Recordings may also be used to promote JNS and its programs.
Jazz Night School does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, creed, religion, sexual orientation, gender, disability, use of service animals, national or ethnic origin, or any other trait or characteristic protected by law in admission of otherwise qualified students; in providing access to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at Jazz Night School; or in its administration of educational policies, admissions policies, financial aid, and other school-administered programs.