Our curriculum provides an opportunity for students to develop their talent, in a caring, personally attentive atmosphere. Not only the skill, but also the enjoyment of music is emphasized. Comprehensive knowledge is included in the sequence of courses.
A non-refundable registration fee of $75 per year is payable to the North Toronto Institute of Music, before the first class commences.
Students are expected to attend a complete academic year of 40 lessons at a time mutually agreed upon with the teacher. Lessons will be prorated for students registering after the term has started. Refunds are not given for cancelled/missed lessons except under special circumstances, e.g. extended illness. Lessons cancelled by the teacher will be refunded or rescheduled.
Three cancelled lessons (with timely notice) will be made up, one in each term, solely within the term lesson is cancelled. This is offered at the discretion and availability of the teacher.
Payment Schedule in Three Instalments:
1st Instalment and Registration due at first lesson
2nd Instalment due December 2, 2021– for Term 2
3rd Instalment due April 4, 2022– for Term 3
Fees may be paid by cheque, post-dated for the whole year or by e-transfer.
If a student terminates lessons after the instalment deadline or within the first four weeks of any term (September-December, January-March and April-June), 75% of the remaining fee for the term will be refunded. After the fourth week, no refund will be provided for the remainder of the term. Post-dated cheques will be returned/destroyed providing payment for all lessons is up to date.
Print and fill out this form and bring it in to the school when you’re ready to register. To make an appointment, call 416-488-2588 or email us.
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Jesse began studying violin with Sheila nearly 5 years ago, and has made steady progress from day 1. Sheila is flexible with her teaching style and is positive, patient and understanding. She challenges him, and always provides good guidance and advice. Jesse greatly appreciates that she asks him for his opinion about both his playing and repertoire, helping him develop his ear, self-confidence, and engagement in his learning. The school’s twice-yearly recitals provide us with the opportunity to perform together (with me accompanying him) – a special experience for us both.