Early Bird Registration
317 Main offers discounted tuition rates for early registrations each session and summer camps. In order to take advantage of the lower rate, your registration must be received prior to the established deadlines for each session.
Save Your Spot Registration Week
Prior to the start of the Winter and Spring sessions, we offer a Hold Your Spot registration period for current students wishing to continue for the upcoming trimester. This enables you to secure your lesson day and time, and Early Bird tuition rates apply. If you do not re-register during the Hold Your Spot period, we assume that you will not be continuing and will make the spot available to other potential students.
Regular Registration Tuition
317 Main offers three tuition-based sessions during the calendar year: Fall and Winter (13 weeks) and Spring (11 weeks). Private lessons (45 min and 30 min), Semi–private lessons (2 students/45 min) and Groups (3 or more people/55 min) are all offered in each session. If there is availability, you may register mid-session, with tuition charged on a pro-rated basis. The annual registration fee of $25 per person ($40 per family) is also required at that time.
Annual Registration Fee
There is a non-refundable annual registration fee of $25 per person or $40 per family, renewable each year and to be paid at the time of registration.
Winter 2015-16 (13 weeks)
Lesson Type Early Bird Fee Regular Registration
Private (45 minute): $520. $546.
Private (30 minutes): $390. $416.
Semi-Private (45 minutes): $292.50/person $325./person
Group 3 + people(55 minutes): $260./person $260./person
Class (13 weeks/55 minutes): $260./person $260./person
Ensembles (13 weeks/55 minutes): $260./person $260./person
Ensembles (13 weeks/90 minutes): $390./person $390./person
*Semi-private and group lessons are available to students with compatible interests and skill sets, as determined by the teacher.
Download the 2015-16 Winter Registration
Summer Lessons (July and August)
317 Main offers flexible scheduling of lessons during July and August that can be arranged on a week-to-week basis, according to individual teachers’ schedules.