Tuition

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For all questions, please do not hesitate to contact us or to visit the Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) page.


General Information

Except for summer camps, our classes are based on an annual curriculum.

Students may be able to join a program during the year on a case-by-case basis, in which case the tuition will be pro-rated.

The first-time registration fee for each new student is $50.

Tuition depends on the selected program (see below) and does not include a cost contribution to books and materials which varies by class.

French Classes - Children

Tuition: $1,350 for the first sibling per school year.

Each session is 2.5 hours long and includes a short recess. Students are expected to arrive about 15 minutes before each session.

See all session dates here for Saturday French Classes.

For some classes, family discounts are available (for details, please click here).

French Classes - Adults

Tuition: $995 per school year.

A discount is offered to adults whose children attend French programs at My French Classes.

Each session is 2 hours long and includes a short break.

See all session dates here for French Adult Classes.

Amplifier programs: Latin, Sports, Theater and Arts

Tuition for the school year: $960.

Please note that for some of the programs, additional fees apply (uniforms, books, materials, games). Please contact us for more information.

A discount is offered to families whose children attend French programs at My French Classes.

Families can also benefit from a sibling discount.

Each session is 1.5 hours long.

See all session dates here for the Amplifier programs..

Special programs: AP French Preparation Class

Tuition: $300 for the Spring session.

A discount is offered to families whose children attend French programs at My French Classes.

Families can also benefit from a sibling discount.

Each session is 1.5 hours long.

Summer Camps

Please visit our Summer Camp tuition page here.


Full Reimbursement Policy

The down-payment is not refundable except in the following cases:

  • if the class is already full and you are placed on the waiting list,
  • if a class does not attain the minimum number of students to be set up.

Payments

Payments can be made either:

  • by check (no fees), or
  • by credit card (with fees).

At the time of registration: $150 due at registration to secure a spot. This amount will be entirely applied to the tuition balance for the year.

Payments can be made either at once before the first day of school or in two or four installments on or before the dates shown below.

 1 Installment2 Installments3 Installments4 InstallmentsAdmin Fee
for each date per family*
Due DatesSept 9, 2017Sept 9, 2017Sept 9, 2017Sept 9, 2017none
  Nov 4, 2017Nov 4, 2017Nov 4, 2017$14
   Jan 6, 2018Jan 6, 2018$14
    March 3, 2018$14


Return Checks and late payment fees

The return of a check (electronic or paper) will result in a $20.00 returned check fee for each returned check, no matter the reason. Written notification on how to resolve the returned check will be sent to the maker of the check. A hold will be placed on the account affected, until the returned check has been redeemed.

If the returned check has not been redeemed within the stated time frame on the notification, a late fee not in excess of 10% of the past-due amount will be additionally levied.

Failure to pay the tuition on time will result in the assessment of late payment fees and finance charges. These charges may be assessed each month that the account has an overdue, outstanding balance. The late payment fee is $30. The finance charges are applied at a 12% APR. It is the family’s responsibility to ensure that payment arrangements are made in a timely manner in order to avoid these fees

Important Note: A returned check or late payment may automatically result in a hold on the account affected, which may preclude participation in any or all of the following activities: further check writing privileges, class registration, class attendance, receipt of grades, issuing transcripts, and/or diplomas.