$17 per 30 minute lesson per student
Students and families with multiple students may not combine lesson times to reduce costs.
Students wishing to combine their lesson experience must still pay $17 each.
You may register at any time. Registration is available at the 2nd floor desk of Cornerstone or online at cornerstonearts.org. It is the student’s responsibility to notify the Education Department of any address, phone number, or email changes.
At the time of your first registration, you must pay a registration fee of $34. This will cover your first two 30 minute lessons.
Lessons may be paid for in any amount. You can pay for an entire session at a time (in
advance), or you can make monthly, bi-weekly, or weekly payments.
Cornerstone Center for the Arts policy requires ALL lessons to be pre-paid. You will still be able to pay monthly, bi-weekly, or by full session, but all lessons must be paid for no later than the day of the lesson. Refunds will not be issued for lesson payments made in advance. If a payment is submitted in advance for multiple lessons, and then the student withdraws from lessons, the remaining credit from lessons is then forfeited.
Cornerstone reserves the right to alter lesson day, time, or stop lessons all together due to non-payment or a high balance, or for any other reason as decided by the Director of Education & Communication.
Please complete a payment form with each payment and drop it in the box at the 2nd Floor Information Desk.
An excused absence is defined as: any absence that the instructor knows about at least 24 hours in advance of the lesson.
An unexcused absence is defined as: any absence that the instructor is not informed of at least 24 hours in advance of the lesson.
Each student receives ONE unexcused absence without any penalty. After that, any unexcused absence will be charged in full at the discretion of the instructor.
Notice of Withdrawal
If you will be stopping lessons for any reason, you must notify your instructor at least two weeks in advance. Stopping without informing your instructor may lead to charges for unexcused