tuition fee is $120 per subject.
There is a one time registration fee
of $50. We offer a $10 sibling
families have generally be great about
getting tuition payments in on time, and
so we don't often have to talk about the
late payment policy.
Our fee policy is:-
Tuition is due
on or before the first of the month.
- A $10 late
fee will apply if tuition is not
received before or on the 1st day of
the month that payment is due.
fee will apply if a check is
- A student may be
absent, at no charge, without being
discontinued as long as the student
is not absent for more than two
- Paid tuition is
non-refundable and is forfeited
should a student discontinue
enrollment or if work is taken at
any time during the month A 30-day
written notice is required before
leaving the program.
- In cases of
medical or other emergencies where a
30 day notice is impossible to give,
please call us and we will do what
we can to accommodate your
- Tuition is
pro-rated for the first month only
according to the day of the month
- Full tuition is
charged for subsequent months until
30 days written notice is given to
our EFT Program
You may wish also to consider using our
newly implemented our Electronic Funds
Transfer (EFT) method of paying your
monthly tuition fees. Many have
requested we provide this option. It
saves you each month remembering to
write a check and prevents possible late
fees. It is carried out by a nationwide
company recommended by the head office
of Kumon North America. I will explain
it to you when we meet.
Parents and students wishing to learn more about
our Kumon program should phone one of the two
centers and setup an appointment to meet with
me. I typically meet with parents after
6:45PM on Tuesdays and
Fridays. Other times can be arranged.
A student who, for
whatever reason, does not take any Kumon
materials in a given month, but who plans to
resume Kumon study within 60 calendar days of
absence, is considered "absent." When an
"absent" student resumes Kumon study, the
suggested registration fee will not be required.
An "absent" student is considered "discontinued"
after 60 calendar days of absence. If a
"discontinued" student resumes Kumon study, the
suggested registration fee will be charged. The
above rules also apply when students transfer to
another Kumon Center and are absent for 60
calendar days from the previous attended Center.
If a student is going to drop out of a class,
either temporarily or indefinitely for some
reason, a written notice is required at
least 30 days before the effective date.
Full tuition is charged for all subsequent
months until 30 days written notice is given to
terminate enrollment. Paid tuition is
non-refundable and is forfeited should a student
discontinue enrollment. In cases of medical or
other emergencies where a 30 day notice is
impossible to give, please call us and we will
do what we can to accommodate your situation.
Center closings are announced well in advance. We use all of
the venues available to us to inform you of any schedule
changes. Center closures are announced in the paper newsletter
that is sent home each month, verbally when your child checks in
and out of class the week before a closing, and on the website
. The Center follows the usual Danville Public School
holiday schedule for closing, but not exactly. Please check
here, or with Center
staff for information on specific dates that we will be closed.
Centers are not day-care centers. They cannot
provide child care services. Parents and
guardians are advised that each child's study
session varies in length according to the time
it takes to complete the day's assignment. If,
in the parent's or guardian's determination, a
child is not old enough to go to and from the
Center on his/her own, the parent/guardian is
responsible for assuring the child's arrival and
departure. The Kumon Center is not responsible
for ensuring that any child stays on the
premises. The parent/guardian shall be liable
for any damages and injuries caused by their
child to other persons and the parent agrees to
hold harmless, defend and indemnify Kumon North
America, Inc. and its Instructors. The
Instructor is not liable for any Kumon student
outside the Center facility before or after the
student leaves the Center.
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