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Summer & Collegiate Intensive Early Withdrawal Form

Students wishing to withdraw from Summer Intensive must do so by submitting an Early Withdrawal Form to the Academy Administrative Office. Failure to attend or pay balances does not constitute withdrawal. Students remain enrolled until the Early Withdrawal Form is received and approved.

All fees and payments are non-refundable and non-transferable once paid. Students desiring to withdraw remain financially responsible for all payments made with the following two exceptions:

(1) A new medical diagnosis designating a major, unexpected and serious illness (not injury) indicating it is medically unsafe for them to be present at the program.
(2) The passing of an immediate family member.
(3) A serious injury prior to May 1, 2022, that requires full abstention from all dance activity.

Withdrawals and refund requests for reason of illness or injury must be accompanied by a doctor’s note, which can be submitted to the Academy at cbacademy@cballet.org. Students in the categories above will be considered for partial or full refund at the discretion of the Academy Administration and are strongly encouraged to notify the Academy as soon as possible, as early notification may allow for a greater refund amount.

Tuition refunds for (1) and (2) will not be considered after June 3, 2022, for students in the first three-week or six-week sessions or June 24, 2022, for students in the second three-week session. Refunds for (3) will not be considered after May 1, 2022. Any approved refunds will be processed through the original form of payment used. Under all circumstances, registration fees and the initial $500 payments are non-refundable, and payment deadlines cannot be amended.

If the student is under the age of 18, the form below should be completed by a parent or legal guardian.

Parent/Guardian Email(Required)
If none, please enter "none" in the field below.

Please only click the "Submit" button once, it takes a few seconds for the form submission to go through. Thanks!