As of 06/29/2017
The following rules apply to all students taking music lessons at Tunes & Taps Music School. By signing up for lessons, the student agrees to be bound by these rules, and to follow them dutifully.
If a student is forced to miss their lesson, the music school must be notified at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance of their scheduled lesson time. In the event that a student misses a lesson without giving prior notice, the student will be charged for that lesson.
Depending on availability, a make-up lesson may be provided to a student by their teacher or a substitute, should the student miss their regularly scheduled lesson. All students are allowed only one (1) make-up lesson per month. There is no month-to-month rollover of unused make-up lessons.
Students are expected to make their lesson payments on a timely basis. No lesson will be given if a student is more than one (1) week behind in lesson payments.
If a student misses two (2) lessons within a one-month period, their lessons will be terminated. This means that all students may only miss one lesson per month, if at all.
Exceptions to this rule apply during the summer season, when most students and families go on vacation. Extraordinary circumstances will be determined by the owner and handled on a case-by-case basis.
Prepaid lessons will not be reimbursed if a student decides to terminate their lessons, or is terminated from their lessons.
Please remember: This is a school, and as such, we are concerned with teaching. These rules were created in an effort to improve the quality of our students. Learning music can and should be enjoyable; however, a student who is not dedicated will not learn.
Please read these rules carefully before deciding whether or not to attend our school, because they will be strictly enforced. They were not created to be malicious or to take money; rather, they were developed to remove students who are not willing to put in the necessary effort to learn. Allowing students who are not responsible enough to continue their lessons would be stealing - we would be taking your money, but you would be learning nothing.