COPY OF TERMS & CONDITIONS FALL 2017 - SUMMER 2018
In Motion takes great pride in the level of professionalism and quality of dance classes that it offers. In order to maintain this high standard it is important for us to have certain policies in place and enforce them accordingly. Please note that where stated, In Motion also includes its agents, employees and director.
In Motion operates on a three semester basis: Sept-Dec (Term 1); Jan-Mar (Term 2); Apr-June (Term 3).
Once a dancer registers for class(es) they will be charged for each consecutive semester until written termination is received.
You can access your account balance at any time by logging on to the parent portal via our website at www.inmotionbda.com
Invoices will only be sent to outstanding accounts.
If tuition is still outstanding one month after the semester begins the account will automatically incur a non-refundable $35 late fee
Tuition still outstanding at the end of the year (July) will be sent to the Bermuda Debt Collection Agency for further processing and all expenses will be at the customer's expense.
In Motion does not send out invoices regularly. Invoices are only sent to delinquent accounts at the end of the term and at the end of the school year. Please check your account via the portal on a regular basis.
Semester tuition and costume fees are non-refundable once a dancer is enrolled in a class regardless of the actual classes attended.
In Motion has implemented a new fee structure which divides the cost of the Annual Dance Showcase costume fee of throughout the year. This means that instead of paying the costume fee all at once in June it is divided between the three terms and included in the tuition amount. The only exception to this will be Parents and Tots classes which will be charged their costume fee in the Spring.
Please note that this NON-REFUNDABLE costume fee is exclusive of shoes, leotards, bags and any other amenities required in addition to the main costume, and is not dependent on the dancer actually performing in the showcase or continuing classes.
Dancers joining in Term 2 will have the previous terms costume fee added directly to their account.
In Motion sends all notes home via email or on the portal. It is your responsibility to ensure you are receiving our emails on a timely basis and to check your portal for updates and information.
In Motion may terminate this agreement at any time upon notice in writing or email. There is no partial refund/reimbursement for term fees.
If dance fees continue to be unpaid your student may be asked to sit out in class and sent home with a note at the team and directors discretion.
In Motion charges an annual non-refundable, registration fee of $30 per student added onto the account at the time of registration.
Dancers who miss a class will not be reimbursed for this class, nor is In Motion required to provide them with a makeup class.
Although In Motion makes every effort to offer 10-12 classes per semester, classes missed due to Public Holidays and school holidays are out of In Motion's control and are not subject to a refund or a makeup class.
In Motion has a uniform policy in effect to maintain a level of professionalism and uniformity at the school. Dancers are expected to adhere to this policy in each class. Dancers without the proper uniform will be asked to observe class at the teacher's discretion.
Dancers are to come prepared for class with the appropriate dance attire, shoes and hair according to the uniform descriptions in the student handbook.
In Motion reserves the right to ask a dancer to leave or observe class due to unruly or disrespectful behavior, without further notification.
In Motion reserves the right to dismiss a dancer from the school due to unruly or disrespectful behavior, without further notification.
Dancers who are more than 15 mins late may be asked to observe class as a precaution to prevent injuries caused from insufficient warmup.
In Motion is not responsible for personal items, information notices or costumes left behind by dancers.
In Motion has a no junk food policy meaning that dancers will not be able to bring or consume such items as ice cream, soda, chips, candy, chocolate, or fried foods on premise. Dancers will be asked to discard such items if they bring them on premise.
We appreciate an email (preferred) or call to inform us if a dancer will not be in class.
ANNUAL DANCE SHOWCASE:
In Motion holds an Annual Dance Showcase each June and it is understood each child continuing or attending classes for the Jan-Mar (Term 2) and Mar-June (Term 3) will participate in this event.
A dancer missing class while Dance Showcase choreography is being taught may be omitted from those sections of dance worked on in their absence, without further notification.
Due to the nature of exercise and physical training, In Motion cannot be held accountable for any personal injury sustained during the course of class or in and around its premises. Pre-existing medical conditions or injuries, which may affect a dancer in class, should be brought to the teacher's attention, in writing, at the beginning of each semester.
If a dancer no longer wishes to attend classes written notification of their termination must be received. If this is received once a term has started that the terms tuition is non-refundable despite the number of classes attended but that subsequent terms will not be charged.
Dancers continuing classes for January - March (Term 2) will be automatically registered for and charged for our April - June (Term 3) as we cannot fill any lost spots with new students after January regardless of their participation in the Annual Dance Showcase.
If a dancer has missed more than three consecutive classes without informing us or without good reason, In Motion may release their spot in class to another dancer without further notification to the account holder or parents. The account holder or parents will still be required to pay tuition despite the missed classes.
AS PER ONLINE REGISTRATION: By clicking "accept" I have read and understood the terms and conditions and this release of liability, and waive any right to sue In Motion, its agents or employees for any accidental injury or loss associated with attending classes.