Music Kids F.A.Q

What is the cost of the program?
Each session of music kids has a different number of classes in the session and a different price. Prices are pro-rated after the session start dates.

My child is a few months younger than the next age category. Can I register in that class instead? 

Our curriculum is designed to encompass both the younger and older students in each age category. We prefer that you register your child for the class that is age appropriate for them. If their teacher feels they need to change classes, he or she will let you know. Teacher permission is required to register for a class that your child is too young for. Children in the parent free classes must be toilet trained.

May I bring two children with one caregiver? 

We request that all children attend class with one caregiver per child. If this is difficult for you, we offer siblings and multi-aged classes for people who have more than one child to manage at a time. If you are certain that your two children will fit into the class effectively with only one caregiver, please contact our administration and they will direct you to the teacher who will make the final decision. 

I am leaving town during the session, may I pay for a partial registration? 

When you register for Music Kids, you are paying for the spot in the class session. If we offer someone a partial registration, we may be denying full registration to another family. Sometimes there is another family you know who could take over your spot when you are away. We are happy to transfer your registration to accommodate that.  

Do you offer make-up lessons? 

Music Kids do not offer make-up lessons. Our program sees over 200 students per week and absences occur for many different reasons. Administration and teachers are unable to manage facilitating make-up lessons. 

May I bring an younger sibling into the classroom? 

We welcome younger infants who are still immobile. Parents are able to leave baby in a bucket seat or use a sling or other carrier to manage both children. If the younger sibling is crawling or walking, we have siblings classes available for both children. 

May I bring an older sibling into the classroom? 

We allow an older child to come to class and sit quietly off to the side. Occasionally older siblings have PD days off of school – we would rather your child attend with their older sibling than miss the class.