COMMUNICATION & DRAMA CLASSES
Here at the Diamond Academy of Performing Arts, your child will have the opportunity to Learn, Explore and Practice Communication and Performance Skills. All classes work together to allow each student achieve confidence, self esteem and masterful communication skills.
With online and small, socially distanced classes plus a selection of class options we have a spot for your child to shine!
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The Diamond Academy of Performing Arts
Enrollment in our classes is a reservation of a class slot. Class prices are not per class but per month. Tuition has already been adjusted to account for months that there are more or less than four classes in a month.
Classes run year long, and if you register for a Trinity College of London exam they are held in May. Students must be registered in the Fall ongoing through May to allow sufficient time to prepare for exams.
All tuition is paid in advance month-by-month via automatic withdrawal. Tuition will be withdrawn on or about the first of each month. Our registration software makes this easy. Children will not be placed into classes until all fees have been paid.
Tuition is non refundable. No prorating, credit or provisions are made for absences. If a child registers for a class mid- month tuition will be prorated for that first month only. If The Diamond Academy of Performing Arts needs to cancel a class for some unforeseen circumstance credits will be issued.
If you want to drop a class you must do so before the 15th of the month in writing or via email to stop the following months tuition from being withdrawn. Failure to do so will result in the following months tuition being charged.
If a student would like to switch classes please contact our offices and we would be happy to assist you.
An annual $35.00 registration fee will be applied per student. You will be automatically charged this fee upon your first months' registration. Registration fees are non-refundable.
In the event of insufficient funds or closed accounts account holders will be charged a $20.00 service fee in addition to regular tuition. A grace period of 5 days will be given to update necessary information. After the 5th of the month the charge of $20.00 will be applied. If payment is not made by this time the student will be not be allowed to return to class until payment of all outstanding tuition, registration fees, and/or late charges has been made.
Summer Camp Tuition is non refundable, prorated and no credit given. Summer camps need to meet minimum enrollment requirements to run. If the Academy cancels a summer camp, full tuition will be refunded.
If you need any help with the registration process please contact The Diamond Academy of Performing Arts at 925 989 8103. We will be happy to assist you.
We treat each other, our instructor(s) and ourselves with honor, respect and kindness.
We always aim to be kind, encouraging, calm and supportive in our actions and words. Class discussions, interactions with one another will always have these principles in mind.
Students are required to not act disruptive or disrespectful to each other or the instructor. Students who do not adhere to our policies will be asked to leave the program. We have a strict zero-tolerance policy for bullying or harassment of any kind. Students who display such behavior will be immediately required to leave.
We respect the space that we are in. All students (and third parties) are to be respectful of the property of the landlord, instructor and other participants.
Practice makes perfect. Students are expected to practice at home and will sometimes have assignments to hand in the following lesson which will be used during that class. The instructor can only work with what the student gives them to work with. Not memorizing material, handing in homework assignments or practicing lessons will result in slower progress and in exam situations, low test scores.
VERY IMPORTANT: Minors are UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES allowed to do any of the following: Leave the classroom without telling the instructor, including going to the restroom, nor wait outside the building for a parent or other adult after or during class unsupervised.
Teachability, commitment, practice, listening skills and patience will result in positive outcomes.