BEFORE YOU REGISTER!!!
If you are booking the MUSIK PROGRAM (including private lessons),
NPF YOUTH ORCHESTRA (including private lessons),
or 30/45/60 MINUTE PRIVATE LESSONS,
PLEASE READ BEFORE YOU REGISTER!
When booking private lessons of any type, you will be given the choice of day/time. Please ONLY book the day/time for the FIRST week available. NPF will approve your request if space and teachers allow. We will contact you if change in your request needs to be made.
MAKE SURE YOU CHECK THE "REPEAT" BOX ON THE BOOKING PAGE SO WE CAN UPDATE YOUR CORRECT LESSON TIMES FOR THE WHOLE YEAR!!!! If you do not, we cannot give you a fully updated schedule!!
Payment Plans & Policies
There is a mandatory $300 Deposit due at the time of registration.
All Tuition must be paid IN FULL by February 8th, 2020.
PLAN #1 - 2 Equal Installments + $300 deposit (26 Week Program)
Due October 12, 2019 & January 25, 2020
PLAN #2 - 5 Equal Installments + $300 deposit and $40 installment fee (26 Week Program ONLY)
Due October 12 + November 9 + December 7, 2019, and January 11 + February 8, 2020
PLAN #3 - Pay in Full (26 Week Program ONLY)
5% Discount applied to tuition paid in full by September 14, 2019
NPF reserves the right to discontinue the enrollment of any student who does not comply with its payment policies.
If the student is unable to attend a lesson, NPF must be notified 24 hours in advance. Missed lessons due to the teacher's absence will be made up. Only one excused absence, for which the teacher or NPF has been notified 24 hours in advance, is allowed per semester and will be made up by the teacher during appointed make-up week. An unexcused absence is one in which NPF has not been given 24 hours' notice and will therefore not be made up. If a student is absent for three consecutive weeks, the student may be dismissed from NPF.
NPF reserves the right to cancel any class due to insufficient enrollment. In such cases, all unused tuition fees will be refunded. If NPF cancels a lesson or class due to a teacher's absense or bad weather, the class will be rescheduled or a credit will be given at the discretion of NPF.
By completing your registration form you give your consent for NPF to take photos, audio, or video footage of classes, lessons and/or concerts without advance notice, and to publish such photos, audio and video footage royalty-free in its print, audio and electronic promotional efforts, including the website.
Do you have to own an instrument to attend?
No. Instruments can be rented from NPF, or from Flushing Violins at a discounted rate.
Is there financial assistance available?
Yes. Please see below for more information.
How do I pay?
Payments can be made by check payable to Noel Pointer Foundation. The fee for returned checks is $35.
Payments can also be made through your Bookeo account in the Customer Area.
Payments can also be made by calling the NPF office (718-230-4825).
Financial aid is need based on a first-come-first-served basis, and is only given for full enrollment (26 weeks for Saturday Strings, 5 weeks for Summer Strings). Financial aid is not available for private lessons. Families that receive aid are required to volunteer 20 hours per year (2 field trips for Summer Strings). Students must attend all NPF classes and events. If these requirements are not met, aid will be revoked. Families must reapply for financial aid each year.
All information will remain strictly confidential.
In order to be considered for financial aid, please fill out the form below, and seperately, send us your most recent copies of the following documents:
W-2 Tax forms
1040 Tax forms
Evidence of receiving government subsidies
IF THESE FORMS ARE NOT SENT, YOUR FINANCIAL AID APPLICATION WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.
Additionally, please note that students must be enrolled in classes BEFORE they apply for financial aid.
When applying for aid, candidates must fill out and submit the below form and MUST ALSO provide: W-2 forms, 1040 tax forms, and evidence of receiving government subsidies. All documents should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org