Spanish Classes Attendance Policy
It is likely, if you take Spanish classes long enough, at some point something will come up in your schedule that will result in you missing a class, re-scheduling a class or running late to a class. The following attendance policies are not a penalty. I want to make sure that students understand this and don’t view them this way, in the event, someday they find themselves in one of these situations. Please understand that your Spanish classes should be viewed as any other important appointment would be viewed. It is a time commitment meant to help you reach your goals of learning Spanish and consistency is key in order to achieve this.
1. Cancellation Policy
Regarding cancellations of classes, a minimum of 24-hour notice is required to cancel a class, otherwise, a full charge for the class will apply. This means that if a class is scheduled for 3:00 pm on a Tuesday, notice must be given by 3:00 pm on Monday at the latest, in order to cancel a class.
This is necessary because a time commitment is made to you and is held exclusively for you. Spanish classes are scheduled in advance and when Spanish lessons are cancelled without adequate notice, I am unable to fill this time slot by offering it to another student who could have potentially used yours.
You can cancel your Spanish class by calling, texting, or emailing.
2. Re-Scheduling Policy
Regarding re-scheduling of classes, a minimum of 24-hour notice is required to re-schedule a class, otherwise, a full charge for the class will apply. if a student needs to cancel a class, this class will need to be re-schedule during the same week. You can re-schedule your Spanish class by logging into the online booking system.
3. Tardiness Policy
If a student is running late it will cut into their class time. Classes will not be extended. A full charge for the class will apply.