Prices and Policies
Lessons are offered in full-semester and half-semester packages:
Fall Registration 2019
15 lessons (September 1 through December 22)
7 lessons (September 1 through October 13)
Spring Registration 2020
*Fall registration excludes the week of Thanksgiving
*Full-semester applicants eligible for 10% off sibling discount
30 minutes - $53/lesson
45 minutes - $66/lesson
60 minutes - $80/lesson
*First time students get ONE FREE TRIAL LESSON
*Tuition is payable by check or PayPal
Music by Hannah has a 24 hour cancellation policy. If a lesson is cancelled by the student within this time period, the lesson will be charged in full. Cancellations due to illness that require a hospital visit, school absence, or emergency action will be credited. Any cancellations by me will be credited and/or rescheduled.
If you are enrolling two or more children, you are eligible for a sibling discount of 10% off of one full semester. For example, If you are enrolling Susie and Anthony in 60-minute private lessons, Susie would be paid in full and Anthony would receive $120 off the full-semester. This discount only applies to full-semester enrollments. Half-semester students are not eligible for the sibling discount.
Photography and Videography
Music by Hannah has permission to use photographs publicly to promote Music by Hannah. Additionally, they have permission to use any videos captured of my child or myself.
You agree that the videos/images may be used in print publications, online publications, websites, and social media. You also understand that no royalty, fee, or other compensation shall become payable by reason of such use.
Photography and/or videography may be obtained during a lesson, a class, a summer session or other Music by Hannah event. If you do not want Music by Hannah using any photos or videos of your child, please indicate preference on the registration form.
On Spectrum Disorders
I love children with Autism/ Aspergers/ Spectrum conditions. I do not believe they are disabilities or treat them as such. As an educator, I frequently see children on the spectrum shine in leadership and performance and hold these children to the same standard as everyone else. I do not love, however, when families keep this information in the dark. I 100% understand the fear of sharing information resulting in specialized treatment and the social segregation that can occur in so many different educational settings. However, this information will be kept confidential and will bring deeper understanding into social challenges that otherwise, to me, would be mysterious. This communication will allow me to give your child the best instruction possible.