Registration for Children and Youth Art Classes Spring 2018

Registration Form-Art Classes Spring 2018

  • Please enter a value between 2 and 12.
  • Please check the following class sessions you are registering your young artist below. Please submit one registration form per student.
  • Application for Tuition Assistance

    Fees are based on a sliding scale. Through the generosity of local foundations and private contributors, your family may qualify for free or reduced tuition. All income information provided here is voluntary, optional, and confidential. Full or partial assistance is available based on financial need, according to federal income guidelines. You will be notified if your family qualifies for tuition assistance and of the tuition rate required if applicable. If you wish to apply, please provide the information below.
  • Including you, the total number of people residing at your address.
    Please enter a value between 2 and 30.
  • Payment Information

    A $20 assurance deposit must be made to secure your class spot. The deposit applies to your class cost and is refundable at the end of the class session should you qualify for free tuition. To make payments or discuss a payment schedule, please contact Janna Phillips at (205) 328-0553 ext. 24 or jannaphillips@spaceoneeleven.org. SOE accepts checks, cash and all major credit cards. Thank you for supporting SOE! Refund Policy: No refund will be issued if a student cancels within five days prior to class start date. Thank you for supporting SOE!
  • Privacy Act Statement

    This explains how SOE uses the information you share. You are NOT required to give out your financial information, however, SOE cannot consider your child for free or reduced tuition if you choose not to provide the necessary information. SOE will use your information to determine if your child is eligible for free or reduced tuition art programs. SOE may share your information with education, health, and nutrition programs to help evaluate, fund, or determine benefits for their programs, auditors for program reviews, funders, and law enforcement officials to help look into violations of program rules.