At Starcast Performing Arts Schools we offer a selection of ways to pay for your sessions.
Our classes are affordable yet packed full of knowledge, creativity and fun.
To get your little star booked onto their two week trial session, a deposit is required to hold the space and confirm your commitment. When signing up to the remainder of the term, the deposit will be deducted from the termly fee.
We offer a fantastic 50% Sibling discount on our Weekend Schools and 20% Sibling discount across our weekday schools (including Mini Stars).
Payment Option1Payment made in full via BAC’s or our Online Payment System: GoCardless.
Payment Option250% fee on first day of term. Remainder of fee due 1 month later.
* Cash is not preferred but can be accepted on an ad hoc basis, please speak to your Principal for this option
Late payments will incur a 10% late fee added to their invoices after one month from the start of term. This is non negotiable and legal action may be required should outstanding bills remain unpaid.
Should your child wish to stop attending sessions, half a terms notice (6 weeks) is required in writing. If we do not receive half a terms notice half a terms fees in lieu will be due. IE: You will be liable to pay 50% of the fee for the forthcoming term. This is non negotiable and legal action may be required should outstanding bills remain unpaid.
It’s not just the dancing, the steps or the notes that make the classes at Starcast priceless, it’s the energy the teachers put in, the life lessons it teaches and confidence it gives everyone to succeed.
-Emma, Age 19 - Starcast Graduate
Starcast has a very special place in my heart. My six year old has been attending for almost two years now and he absolutely LOVES coming to class each week! He has built up his confidence, not just as a performer but in general too
-Lizzi, Starcast Parent
Starcast has made me into the person I am today! When I joined at aged 11, I never thought I would be where I am today, training at such a prestigious dance school to make a career out of performing and I have Starcast to thank for that.