CLASS ACT PERFORMING ARTS STUDIO SCHOLARSHIPS/FINANCIAL AID

CAPAS is committed to making our training program available to all dedicated, hardworking students. In an effort to make our programming accessible to exemplary students, CAPAS is implementing a Scholarship Program. Scholarship recipients are expected to be role models for their peers, demonstrating a positive attitude, exemplary attendance, and a driven work ethic. Additionally, scholarship recipients are expected to meet certain performance and attendance requirements.   There is a finite amount of financial assistance available and ALL scholarship requests will begin with the online application process and accountant's review. 

MTC & DC APPLICANTSCOMPLETED APPLICATIONS (WITH ALL SUPPORTING MATERIALS) ARE DUE BY JULY 1ST. 

COMPANY SCHOLARSHIP DECISIONS WILL BE MADE BY JULY 15TH.

All questions regarding our Scholarship Program should be directed to Scholarships@ClassActPAS.com.

 

Performance Requirements

Musical Theatre Company:
Scholarship students must participate in the Company Revue, Spring Musical, and Annual Showcase, as well as any possible outreach performances, to be determined by the Director.

Dance Company:
Scholarship students must participate in the Company Revue, all Competitions/Conventions, and the Annual Showcase, as well as any possible outreach performances, to be determined by the Director.

Students not in Company:
You must perform in the Annual Showcase at the end of the year.

Class Attendance 

Musical Theatre Company and Dance Company:
In accordance with the Company Agreement, ALL Company students are only permitted to miss two Saturdays per 16-week semester. All scholarship students are required to maintain an overall attendance rate of 85% for all their classes (including voice lessons and rehearsals). Excessive absences will result in the forfeiture of your scholarship.

Students not in Company:
All scholarship students are required to maintain an overall attendance rate of 85% for all their classes (including voice lessons and rehearsals). Excessive absences will result in the forfeiture of your scholarship.

Assisting Classes
All scholarship students age 10 and older are required to assist at least ONE class per week.

We would like to hear from your child’s perspective what they hope to gain from their training at CAPAS. In 300 words or less, please describe why performing arts training is important to you. We want to hear from each student in their own words. Parents, please help students 9 and under write their answer in their own words. Students 10 and up should submit their own essay independently. An essay should be submitted by each child attending classes.

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DEF: Gross income includes all income from whatever source, and is not limited to cash received. It specifically includes wages, salary, bonuses, interest, dividends, rents, royalties, income from operating a business, alimony, pensions and annuities, share of income from partnerships and S corporations, and income tax refunds. Gross income includes net gains for disposal of assets, including capital gains and capital losses. Losses on personal assets are not deducted in computing gross income or adjusted gross income.
Allowed: Mortgage payment/rent payment, Car payments, credit cards ( Over $5,000), Medical expenses not covered by insurance, student loans, taxes.