Studio Rules and Conditions

Progressions Performing Arts


 281-651-9885         5220 FM 2920, Spring, Texas 77388

Progressions runs a 36-week technical training program during the school year

and an 8 week summer program. Session I = 16 weeks & Session 2 = 20 weeks.


Calendar: Session 1 begins August 25, 2014 and ends December 20, 2014. During Session 1, holidays will be Labor Day, September 1, and the week of Thanksgiving November 24 thru 29, 2014. Session 2 begins January 5, 2015 and ends May 30, 2015. During Session 2, there will be no classes the week of Spring break March 9 thru 14, 2015. Holiday classes can be made up during the session within any other classes during the week.

Registration – A fall registration form and a registration fee of $30 per student or $45 per family will be required in order to register for classes. This fee is non-refundable and will only be required once a year. Make sure that the dancer can commit to the classes BEFORE you register.

Tuition Payments – Tuition is based on the number of hours taken per week, per student. It is your responsibility to make sure payments are received on time. We accept cash, check, MasterCard, Visa, Discover, American Express. There is a $25 service charge on all returned checks. Please put students name on check to assure proper credit. We do not refund or prorate for missed classes. Payments are made three ways: One annual payment, Two Session Payments, or Nine monthly payments (Since first and last are up front, there is actually only eight payments). Monthly Tuition: Tuition is due on or before the scheduled dates below. First and last months (May) tuition are due before the student is allowed to take his/her first class, no exceptions.

If monthly fees have not been paid by the 10th day after tuition is due, we will apply a $25 late fee and the student will not be allowed in class the following week.

If fees are not received within 25 days of the due date, the student will be dropped from the roll.


Session 1: Fall Tuition due dates: August 25, September 15, October 15, and November 15, 2014.

Session 2: Spring Tuition due dates: January 5, February 1, March 1, and April 1, 2015. May’s should have been paid in advance or will be drafted if you have a credit card on file on May 1.


Payments made by the Session and Annual Payments are due at the beginning of each Session. A 5% discount for classes has been applied to payments by the session and a 10% discount applied to annual payments. Payments received by the session or annually are non-refundable and are not prorated due to the discounts given (any exceptions to this policy are at the owners discretion). Families with more than one dancer will receive a 15% discount on tuition for the additional dancers. The dancer in the family with the most hours will pay full tuition and the other dancers will receive the discount.


TUITION FOR FAIRY TALE AND PRINCESS CLASSES: The one-time fee for both Fairy Tale and Princess Classes are Non-Refundable. Because space is limited and accessories are purchased for the student, there will be no refunds after your student has started the class. The only exception to this would be if the student were injured and has a doctor’s excuse.

OFF-Campus PE – There is an administrative fee of $10/month/student for the off-campus PE program. CISD students will have an additional charge due to the fees that the school district charges for the off-campus PE program. Those fees will be assessed based on the number of students participating from that school district.

CLASS PLACEMENT – The PPA faculty will determine class placement for all students. Participation in classes is based on ability, attendance, attitude, and cooperation of the student. Students can be moved to lower levels or dropped from classes if they fail to meet the above requirements. Students may not change classes or levels without authorization from the teacher and the front desk.


DROPPING CLASSES – All students must give written notice to the Progressions Performing Arts front desk fifteen days prior to the next month’s payment in order for them to receive reimbursement of their last month’s payment. Students dropping without notice will be required to pay an additional registration fee prior to returning to classes. To insure steady and consistent progress, Progressions expects students to be in class and for tuition to be paid in a timely fashion unless there is a medical condition that requires the dropping of classes. Credit may be given with a physician’s written notice. We do not refund tuition for dropped or missed classes.  We encourage parents to discuss class choices with students and make sure that they can commit to classes for the entire semester (36 weeks).


MISSED CLASSES – We ask that students or parents call in when missing classes so that the instructor can be notified. Please come by the front desk to schedule make up classes. Students missing three consecutive weeks of a class without a call to the front desk will be dropped from that class. Please let us know by the second absence that you want to continue with the class. We have students waiting to enter some of our classes and PPA would like to fill those vacancies. Also note that in the spring (session II), when students are learning choreography for the end of the year performance (Spring Concert or Demonstration), it is imperative that students attend classes so that they do not lose their choreographed location in the prepared dance.


SPRING Demonstration Performance - fees will be $50 per student and $75 per family for Demonstration. The performance will take place May 30, 2015 at McCullough Jr. High in The Woodlands.


Spring Ensemble - Spring Ensemble Performance will be performed May 31st, 2015 at McCullough Jr. High in The Woodlands.


NUTCRACKER – The Nutcracker performance will take place on December 5th - 6th, 2014. The fees to perform in Nutcracker will be $100 for Beg Ballet, $125 for level 1 and 2 and $150 for levels 3, 4 and 5. These fees will cover director fees, practice time, and other miscellaneous expenses. There are no tickets included in these fees. There will also be a costume fee. Some costumes will be rented and some will be purchased. Expect costume fees to run from $50 to $125.


NUTCRACKER TICKETS – Tickets will go on sale in November. Generally tickets will range from $10 to $20.



Ballet –   All classes: hair in a bun, no jewelry, no shirts, skirts or warm-ups without the teacher’s permission.

               Fairy Tale/Princess – Pink tights, pink leotard, pink ballet shoes

    Creative Dance/Combo/Level 1/Level 2 – Pink tights, black leotard, pink ballet shoes

    Ballet III and IV – Pink tights, black, forest green or navy leotard, pink ballet and/or Pointe shoes

    Ballet V – Pink tights, dark solid colored leotard, pink ballet and/or point shoes


Jazz –     All classes: no baggy clothes, shorts w/o tights or undergarment,

                                 hair off face, no jewelry, jazz or lyrical shores

              Beg Combo thru Jazz II – black leotard + tights, jazz pants, Capri’s, jazz shorts, or leggings

              Jazz III thru V – Jazz pants, Capri’s, leggings, unitard or jazz shorts


Tap -     Black tap shoes for all classes, hair off face, and no jewelry. Dress is the same as jazz class.


Hip-Hop-  Same as jazz, sweats, no baggy clothes, tennis shoes, hair off face, no jewelry.


Guys -     Black ballet shoes for ballet classes, fitted pants for ballet, solid color t-shirts. Comfortable pants for jazz; make sure that you can move and stretch without gaps. Teachers would like to see your knees, ankles, and feet.


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