The secretariat of the Academy is available on weekdays from 2:00 pm until 9:00 pm and on Saturdays from 8:30 am until 2:00 pm.
You can also contact the Academy at any time or day via its email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Morning lessons are also available at the School, in consultation with the Secretariat and the Teacher.
We ensure that our tuition fees are affordable, since our aim is for music, dance and theatre education to be truly accessible to everyone. However, these vary according to the level of the student. For all courses there is a fixed charge at the beginning of each year for registration, regardless of the number of lessons that the student will take. At the Academy we also maintain a discount policy which you can find out more about by contacting the secretariat. (see below q. 4)
The Academy maintains a discount policy, for instance for students with siblings at the Academy, students who do more than one dance lesson and so on. You can find out more about the discounts policy by contacting the secretariat. Any discounts offered are valid for one academic year.
Regarding the lessons taught at our School, you can find relevant links for Music, Dance and Musical Theatre.
In our Academy, students have the opportunity to take internationally recognized, high-level exams, both in music, dance and musical theatre. More information is available in the Exams section.
It is true that one of the greatest goals of our students who want to either attain a professional level in Music, Dance and Musical Theatre, or simply wish to validate the knowledge and skills they have gained through their years of study, is to acquire a Degree or Grade 8 in their respective subjects. Although music, dance and theatre are arts subjects that are by no means exhausted after obtaining these certificates (so there are Higher Level examinations available at our school), it is true that many Universities consider these a milestone in learning and are therefore accepted and recognized. The time frame each student needs to obtain these certificates varies, depending on the number of examinations taken each year, as well as the student’s own diligence and effort.
The aim and purpose of the Future Academy of Arts is to offer our students the highest possible level of training. We are therefore proud of the quality, professionalism and ethos of our teachers, who are an integral part of our school’s large family. We take care to ensure that all our teachers, in addition to being qualified musicians, dancers or actors, have the skills required to be able to teach effectively and convey their knowledge to our students.