Payment Policies


Payment is due by the first class of each month. Payment made prior to the 1st of each month is eligible for a 10% discount. Monthly tuition is determined by the number of classes offered at each level for the year (August 2022-July 2022), not by the number of classes in any particular month. (Classes occurring in the fifth week of a month will offset those months with fewer classes due to holidays). Any other arrangements must be pre approved by the Executive Director.



Students who miss class or withdraw before the end of the month are still obligated for the full month's tuition. Credit cannot be given for missed classes. Students are expected to make-up any classes they have missed. Students are eligible for a pro rated tuition refund only if they withdraw from classes due to a prolonged illness or severe injury, and if verified by a doctor's certificate.


If you intend on withdrawing from class, then you must notify BRT in writing by the 27th of the month or be obligated for the next month's tuition. If written notice has not been received by the 27th of the month, the student will still be considered enrolled and obligated for the following month's tuition. THERE ARE NO REFUNDS.


A 10% late fee will be applied to all tuition not paid by the end of each month. Students with outstanding accounts (more than 45 days) will not be allowed to take class until the account balance has been paid.


No refunds or reductions will be made on the next month's bill for classes missed in the current month. Students may make up a missed class by taking a similar class within one month of the missed class. Please check with your instructor for his/her recommendation. Classes cancelled by BRT due to hazardous weather conditions or any other reason will be rescheduled.


BRT will add a $30.00 service charge to the student's account for any returned checks. Any additional charges that BRT may incur as the result of a returned check will also be charged to the student's account.


BRT Health Safety Protocols

To help us strive to provide dancers with a safe environment to learn and practice their art we have the following safeguards to protect our students and staff.

  • If you are not feeling well, have flu-like symptoms, or test positive for Covid-19, do not come to the studio. Many of the classes have options for making up a class and a few classes you can join virtually. Follow local and CDC guidelines for isolation, testing, and recovery before returning to the studio.
  • Dancers will bring their ballet bags and street clothes with them into class (please do NOT bring more than you need for the class).
  • Students need to arrive no more than 10 minutes before their designated time. They must also be picked up promptly after their class finishes.
  • If the lobby does get crowded, we ask parents to please wait for your children outside the building.
  • High contact surfaces, including but not limited to barres, equipment, doorknobs, etc., will be wiped down between classes.
  • Hand sanitizer will be used before entering the studio and upon completion of class.
  • Dancers must bring their own water bottle. Food and gum are not permitted in the studio. 

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