AWP’s courses are designed to promote, stimulate and encourage interest and development in the performing arts while delivering important educational and character building themes. If you have any questions about the program or the financial arrangements, feel free to contact us at any time. We are here to assist.

  • First month’s tuition, plus a $35 registration fee will be due with application. $35 Registration fee is an annual fee, charged only once, per family, per year.
  • Tuition is due on the first of each month. No bill will be mailed. AWP will accept tuition payments by check, cash, money order or Credit Card. AWP requires a VISA or Master Card to be put on file, for security. If payment is not received by the 1st of the month, the Atlanta Workshop Players will charge my credit card for the monthly tuition to avoid a $25 late fee. If payment is received after the 10th, a $25 late fee will be applied.
    • There is a $3 processing fee assessed on each credit card transaction.
    • There is a $25 fee charged for returned checks.
  • Class tuition is averaged over the course of the entire school year.  Agreement makes the signer liable for the full tuition for each month, regardless of absences. There is no refund for absences.
  • No refunds will be made if the student misses a class, however, the student is welcome to attend other AWP classes to make up the ones missed.
  • Holidays and inclement weather days have already been taken into account and therefore, no tuition adjustment needs to be made for holidays. The full, monthly tuition will be due each month, August through May.
  • In the event that the student withdraws from class, a 30 day written notice is required and tuition will be due for the 30 days following the withdrawal notice.
  • Professional behavior and preparation is expected for all courses.
  • AWP has the right to accept or deny participation to any student.
  • In the unlikely event that the student causes a disruption to their classmates or the program, they will receive one warning. If there is a second incident, the student may be asked to leave the program with no refund.