Program Info


A commitment to attend a class for a specified period of time such as a session (9 weeks), a semester (18 weeks). The full class price will be charged for students enrolling up until the 9th week of class. Beginning the 10th week of class and thereafter, students may enroll for half off the original price, only with instructor permission. For classes that run for 8 to 9 weeks, the full tuition will be charged regardless of enrollment date.

Students can attend all the classes they want in the specified discipline (dance or wellness) for the specified time period. In the case of dance, student is expected to specify weekly classes to be attended.

Class Card
Students purchase a ‘card’ valid for a certain number of hours of classes. The card is valid for 1 year. Students may choose which class to attend in advance but it is not necessary.

Camps are daily for a week or more held during school vacations and over the summer. Students are registered by the week.

Young Artist Package
Allows a student to enroll in two semester long Young Arts classes for a discounted rate. This can’t be used for camps.

We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our online scholarship forms.  Please download and send us a hard copy.

MoCo Arts believes that all students should have the opportunity to experience the arts. To that end, we offer a scholarship program for all classes, camps and workshops. The funds are limited and allocated for different times of the year. Students interested in scholarship can submit a signed, completed MoCo Arts Scholarship application along with a copy of the most recent IRS form 1040 that lists the applicant as either taxpayer or dependent. Both documents need to be received by the deadline (see dates below) in order for the application to be complete.

Awards will be based on the financial need of the applicant and will not exceed 50% of tuition. Awards will be given based on a percentage of the total cost of the classes applicant is signing up for. Students signing up for both semesters (Sep – Jun) should list that on their application and the award will be for both semesters. Applicant (or parent/guardian) agrees to pay balance of the charges. A non-refundable scholarship review fee of $25 is required at the time of application. This will be applied to the tuition charge.

For those students applying for scholarship, a payment of 50% of tuition is due upon registration. We offer payment plans to spread tuition costs over the length of the class. Payment plans can be set up to either be monthly or bi-monthly on either the 1st and/or 20th of each month. Payment plans will incur a cost of $2.50 per payment, charged in advance in the first payment. Payments can either be made by automatically charging a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover) or by providing post dated checks.  Accounts must be in good standing to be considered for scholarships.

Summer Programs: June 1st
Fall Programs: August 15th
Spring Programs: December 15th

Applications will be accepted up to the deadline; customers can expect notification of award to take place within one week.  Applications received after the deadline will be assessed by the Review Board with no guarantee of award, subject to the availability of funds.

Payment Terms

Payment is expected at the time of registration. For those students applying for scholarship a payment of 50% of tuition is due with the application form. We offer payment plans to spread tuition costs over the length of the class. Payment plans can be set up to either be monthly or bi-monthly on either the 1st and/or 20th of each month. Payment plans will incur a cost of $2.50 per payment, charged in advance in the first payment. Payments can either be made by automatically charging a credit card (Visa, Mastercard, Discover) or by providing post dated checks. Student accounts must be in good standing in order to register for the next series of classes and to perform.

Returned Check Fee
A $25 charge will be added to any account for a returned check or refused autopay.


Young Artist Package (age 7 and Under) 
Take two classes in the young arts for a reduced price and receive 25% off all additional classes.

Unlimited Dance
Take any dance class for a period of time at a reduced price (teacher permission required for attendance in upper level classes) and receive 25% off additional classes.

Refund Policy

Requests for refunds should be in writing and sent via email to or snail mail to: Business Manager, MoCo Arts,76 Railroad St, Keene NH 03431. For the purpose of calculating the refund the time stamp or postmark will be used to determine the refund.

If canceling within 30 days of the student starting the class the refund will be prorated (at the drop in rate) for all classes that occurred before the request is received regardless of attendance. After 30 days no refund will be given.

Unlimited Dance or Young Artist Package
Refunds may be requested on the special packages. The refund will be prorated on the amount of time passed since the start of the package and will be assessed 5% cancellation fee.

Class Cards
Refunds will be given for any unused classes if requested in writing within 6 months of issue date. After 6 months no refund will be given.

Summer Camps
Deposits paid to reserve a spot for summer camp will be refundable if requested in writing by May 15th. After May 15th deposits are forfeited if camp enrollment is cancelled. Full refunds (less deposit) for camp will only be given if requested in writing at least 3 weeks prior to the start of camp. A partial refund (50% of the total less deposit) will be given if requested in writing at least 2 weeks prior to the start of camp.

is considered started, on the first day CAKE is in session, regardless of when the camper is planning on attending. No refund is given when cancellation occurs within two weeks of the start of camp.

February & April Vacation Camps
100% refund for cancellations in writing 3 weeks prior to start of camp. 50% refund for cancellations in writing 2 weeks prior to start of camp. No refund if canceled within two weeks of camp.


MoCo Arts mission is about education and our performances are a by-product of this process. No dance student is required to perform. Students in dance classes will be asked to sign a commitment letter if they wish to perform. This commitment letter will outline the dates of additional rehearsals and performances. A student must be able to attend all the additional rehearsals and performances. Parents should review the dates with family and school obligations before signing the commitment letter. If a conflict arises after the commitment letter is signed, the dance director should be notified immediately. MoCo Arts trys to work around school commitments but reserves the right to remove a student from a show if they do not attend the rehearsals as required.


Parents and other attendees are responsible for purchasing tickets to MoCo Arts performances in advance. MoCo Arts makes no guarantee that tickets will not sell out. Tickets will go on sale approximately one month prior to the first performance. Tickets may be purchased at MoCo Arts or online for performances at 76 Railroad Street. Tickets to certain off-site venues (Colonial, Redfern) must be purchased directly from the venue. Tickets are non-refundable and there are no exchanges. All audience members, regardless of age, need to have a ticket. The price of the ticket goes directly to pay for the rental, backdrops, lights, spot lights, fog machines, professional technical staff, purchase of music and music editing, royalties, audio equipment, costumes, plus many other expenses, all of which provide a spectacular performance for all to enjoy, and a quality experience for the students.

Gift Certificates

Gift Certificates can be purchased online or in person for any amount. They never expire.

Behavior & Safety

Drop off and pick up at Railroad Street should only be done from the West bound (towards Main St) side. Young Art students (age 7 and under) should be brought into the building and not dropped off. Young Art students and siblings should be supervised if not in class. MoCo Arts is not responsible for students or siblings left in the waiting area. Parents, students, siblings, etc., must execute good behavior in the changing rooms and waiting area. No loud talking, running, or rude behavior will be tolerated. The studios are for classes only and children are not allowed in them without an instructor present. Any student who does not respect the teachers and the studio guidelines may be dismissed from the program, with no refunds given.

Classroom Etiquette

All students should sign into class prior to entering the studio. No cell phones or wireless devices should be on during class. No food or drinks, except closable water containers allowed.

Personal Belongings

MoCo Arts is not responsible for personal items left in the changing rooms. If you are concerned with the safety of your belongings, please take your bag into your classroom or leave valuables locked in your car.

Inclement Weather

In the case of inclement weather, MoCo Arts will announce by 7:00 am the status of morning classes and by 1:00 pm the status of afternoon/evening classes. Cancellation of area schools does NOT mean classes are canceled. If classes are canceled, it will be on our answering machine (603-357-2100), our website, and on radio stations WKNE, WINQ, and WKBK as well as the WKNE website. We do NOT contact students individually when canceling for inclement weather. We ask that you exercise judgment when making decisions to attend classes in stormy weather.

NOTE: Policies are subject to change. Last updated 11/28/11