Enrollment, Make-Up Classes & Policy
ENROLLMENT, MAKE UP CLASS, & PAYMENT POLICIES
All classes are operated on a reoccurring monthly basis. There are no semesters or terms. Rogue Athletics schedules lessons based on an average of 4 weekly classes each month; some months have 5 weeks, for example. Classes are reoccurring and continue 12 months per year. If a class is a “private” class and enrollment drops below the minimum of 6 students for “private” operation, then the class becomes an open enrollment class.
Students may make-up a missed class. Classes are not offered closure dates; therefore, there are not make ups for classes not held when Rogue Athletics is closed. Make-up classes must be scheduled in advance through the office; availability is not guaranteed for drop-in make-ups. Future classes that are paid in full and have not yet been attended may receive a credit for any future program enrollment.
Prices for class and practice tuition as well as for events are subject to change without notice.
All classes have open registration, meaning that classes accept new students at any time. When a new student is registered for a class after the beginning of the month, the monthly tuition will be prorated for the weeks remaining in the month.
Cancellation of enrollment must be made 30 days in advance IN WRITING AT THE FRONT DESK. Parents/guardians are responsible for fees due during this 30 day period. It will take 30 days from the date of notification for any cancellation to be processed. Tuition will be charged for the entire 30-day cancellation period.
Rogue Athletics requires authorization for a credit card on file to be used in the secure class management system to automatically charge monthly tuition on the 25th of each month. For those who choose to pay tuition online, by phone, in person, or by mail, payment is due in advance of the 25th day of the prior month occurring before the 1st day of the month of class. For automatic payment arrangements, Rogue Athletics accepts cash, check, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover and debit cards.
The returned check/ACH and declined credit/debit fee is $40.
Tuition not paid by automatic withdrawal will incur a $15 late fee on the 6th day of the class month.
Students with an unpaid balance as of the 9th day may be administratively removed from the class to allow another student may fill the spot in a class with 100% enrollment.
The balance of the fee for any event, such as open gym or a birthday party, is due at the start of the event.
Please be prompt when bringing children to classes and team practices. Classes and practices begin on time at the designated time. Children who are late lose valuable opportunities for learning and skill building. Rogue Athletics asks that children wait in the building for their rides to arrive, and Rogue Athletics prefers parents/guardians come inside the building to retrieve children.
Notices may be handed out, emailed, or posted in advance about closings. Holidays and closings factored into the cost of tuition.
Children showing signs of illness such as runny noses, coughs, and fever (>100°F) are asked not to attend class. The child may make-up any class for absence due to illness. Rogue Athletics will not refund, discount, or prorate tuition paid for missed classes.
Boys or girls may wear tucked in shirts or tank tops. Athletes should wear shorts that end above the knee. Girls may also wear leotards. Denim material is not appropriate for neither team practices nor classes. Hair should be pulled neatly and securely away from the face for the entire workout. Girls should not wear hair ornaments that may cause discomfort during activity. No chewing gum or jewelry are allowed. Personal items should be left in cubbies for classes or in lockers for team practices. The Rogue Athletics staff and coaches will not be responsible for any items that may be lost or stolen. Be sure each of an athlete’s personal items are marked with the athlete’s name.
Guardians may stay in the lobby and watch class. Guardians are not allowed to sit in the gym during class, unless their participation is part of the class, such as the case of a Parent-Tot gymnastics class.