Studio Policies

Registration
Although you may join classes at any time, please register early since class sizes are limited and typically fill quickly. Registering early also ensures that your child’s materials will be available at your first class. If you enroll after the semester begins, makeup classes can be offered or tuition pro-rated.

Choosing a Class
The age recommendations outlined for Kindermusik classes have been carefully constructed to best group children as developmentally appropriate. If there are concerns about your child’s success in a particular age-range, please contact the director to discuss. 

Enrollment Confirmation
A registration form and payment must be received before enrollment can be confirmed. You will receive an e-mail to confirm your registration.

Make-up Classes
Refunds will not be given for missed classes. Make-up classes can be arranged by attending another session throughout the week; please contact the director to schedule. A make-up class will be scheduled if regular class is canceled due to teacher illness or inclement weather.     

Un-enrolled Siblings
Kindermusik Village and Our Time classes can accommodate younger siblings who can remain content in an infant seat or stroller and/or older siblings who can sit or work quietly in the studio. However, un-enrolled siblings will not be able to participate in the class.

Family Time in Imagine That! and Young Child welcomes all family members!

Visitors
Adult guests such as grandparents are always welcome! A friend is welcome to attend a free introductory session assuming there is room in the class to accommodate this. Please call or email the director to arrange.

Home Materials
With each enrollment, you will receive a set of CDs, instruments, books, and more! To enhance the overall learning experience, use these at home with your child as much as you can!

Toys, Food, Drinks and Phones
Please avoid bringing toys, food, or drinks into the studio. (An exception would be bottles or nursing for infants.) Kindly silence cell phones and avoid usage during class if at all possible.