One of our exciting changes this year is streamlining summer enrollment with online scheduling! Our goal for the this first year is to make it easy for you to reserve your summer lesson times, determine summer tuition, and make your payment.
In a nutshell, here are the summer enrollment steps:
1) Choose your summer lesson times online.
2) Calculate summer tuition and send in your payment. (We'll provide you with the information you need on rates and your students' summer credits.)
Here's how it will work:
Starting April 18th, at 8 a.m. you'll be able to access your teacher's summer schedule online. You can browse your teacher's schedule and reserve your lesson times online.
The summer schedule program is the same one that is used for piano coachings and rehearsals. If you already have a SuperSaas account with your email address and password, you can use the same one for scheduling summer lessons. If you've never used SuperSaas for scheduling piano coachings and rehearsals, that's OK. It's easy to create a new account.
Once you've picked your lessons you have four (4) business days to pay for lessons. After four (4) business days, your reserved lesson times will be released to other students.
Once you've scheduled summer lessons and you know how many lessons your child will have and how long they are, calculate your summer tuition using the summer registration form. Here is an example of the form.If you have a remaining balance due from the spring term, or credits, these will be added or subtracted from summer tuition.
After calculating summer tuition, make your payment. You can drop off a check or cash at the school, mail a check, or pay online. Remember to add 3% if you choose to pay online with a credit card (see the registration form for details).
Things to know:
You'll get an automatic email reminder before each lesson. If your summer lesson schedule is a little crazy because of family trips or other summer activities, hopefully this will help!
Students must register for at least 9 lessons over the summer. Check out Ms. Vicki's article to see why this is so important. If your availability is limited over the summer, remember you can sign up for 2 lessons in one week or take longer lessons to ensure your student has the equivalent of 9 lessons.
Keep an eye out for your summer enrollment form in the mail. Your teacher will also have copies of your summer enrollment forms in next week's lessons as well.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact Emily Wolfram at firstname.lastname@example.org or 708.246.9309.