Our online system helps automate our processes and give parents lots of abilities in managing their student’s account.
Note: Your student is not registered until you make your first payment which include the monthly fee for each class + the supply/costume fee if any.
By phone with a credit card (Visa or MC) – (517) 784-2389
We will take a registration over the phone; however, after we collect the basic information and payment, you will be emailed a link for your online account. Our online software will allow you to manage your student account.
You can visit us at 634 N. Mechanic St., 2nd Floor with credit card (Visa or MC), debit card ($20 minimum), cash, check or money order to: Jackson School of the Arts.
Can I use auto-payment?
Yes! Our online system makes this easy 🙂
What if I need help with the online registration system?
Simply call us at 784-2389 and we’ll be glad to help you out. If it is outside of office hours, feel free to leave a voice mail.
What if I don’t have access to the internet or use email?
No problem. We can help. Ask at our reception desk. If you opt not to use the online system, you are still responsible to make your payments in person by the 1st of each month. A $5 late fee is added for payments made after the 1st of the month.
Do you provide additional scholarship support?
If your income falls below the $25 per month level or you have other special circumstances, you may apply for additional scholarship support by completing an application form. Support is limited and is based upon need and your timely completion of an application. Proof of all income in the household is required. Please see our Affordability & Scholarships page for more information.
You can pay in full or make monthly payments. Your monthly payment is due by the 1st of each month.
Friday or Saturday dance classes, multiply monthly rate by 7 months. (This number includes the one month free)
Payments should be made through the online program or in person. You can opt to set up recurring payments/auto-debit.
A convenience fee is added to all credit card charges.
Other Ways to Pay
Payments can be made at the reception desk during class hours, by phone with credit card or by mail with a check.
If not paid by the 1st of the month, a late fee of $5 will be added to your invoice. We accept cash, check (made payable to Jackson School of the Arts), online you can pay with credit and debit cards. (Visa/MC/American Express). Minimum of $20 on all cards. If you opt for auto debit and your card is declined, you will still be charged a $5 late fee. Please check your own account to ensure you are indeed making payments.
Billing: We allow families to pay monthly. Payments are due by the 1st of each month in person, by phone, mail or set up auto pay through our system or through your bank. A $5 late fee will be added for late payments. The first payment will be one month’s fee + supply fee. There is a convenience fee on credit card payments.
AutoPay: You may set up auto pay in our registration system. Please make sure you check your bank statements to ensure your payments are going through. If you set up auto pay and your card is declined, you will be charged the late fee. Auto pay runs 1 time on the 1st of the month and will not run multiple times. You could also set up auto pay through your bank with their Bill Pay feature.
Bounced Checks: Please be aware that if your check bounces, you will be charged $28 which will be added to your account. The fee and the check amount must be paid within 30 days. We understand that mistakes happen and want to support our families in need. If you are having financial difficulties, please speak to Brandi, Associate Manager of Programs and Services. We will do our best to accommodate your situation.
Need additional financial support for your child? Check out our Affordability and Scholarship page to learn about your opportunities.
We will adjust your next month’s invoice to reflect a scholarship fee if awarded. Please note that scholarships are given on a year to year basis. Jackson School of the Arts limits scholarship support to 2 classes per student. Students must maintain good attendance and payment history.