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  • Mandatory Orientation – To enroll your child in classes, a parent or legal guardian must attend a mandatory orientation once per year.
  • When – Orientations are held quarterly at 6:30 pm the Thursday before enrollment opens.
  • Where – Orientations are held at PRYAF.
  • Required Forms – During Orientation, you will receive your child’s enrollment forms as well as a rules and regulations contract to be read and signed by a parent and the student(s) enrolling. Both forms need to be filled out and returned to the office during enrollment week.
  • Fees – Donations are accepted at orientation, on our website, or at the time of enrollment.


  • Save Some Time – You can go to our website at ANY TIME and set up your parent portal. Be ready when enrollment goes live online.
  • No computer access? – Our computer lab will be open to you the day of enrollment from 9:00 am – 12:00 pm.
  • When does enrollment open? – 9:00 am the Saturday after orientation and continues for a week.
  • How many Classes can my child have? – Students can take two classes per session.
  • What is an A.P. Class? – A.P. Classes are Advanced Placement, students in these classes are placed upon teacher’s approval. As your child works hard, has good attendance, and continues to progress they may be placed in an A.P. class by their teacher. Students are allowed two A.P. classes in addition to their regular classes.
  • How will I know if my child has been placed in an A.P. class? – Your child will receive a slip from their teacher if they have been appointed in an advanced “AP” class. Your child’s A.P. class will show available when searching enrollment.
  • How do I drop a class and add a class? – Dropping and adding classes must be done during enrollment week. This can be done through your parent portal or calling the office. Once classes start your child is committed to their class and must refer to our attendance rules.
  • Waitlist – You may add your child on a waitlist for any class. Waitlist will only be fulfilled during enrollment.


  • You will see an age limit per class. For example Ages 10-18. If your child turns 10 by the second Monday after the session begins they will be able to enroll into that class. Otherwise, there are no age exceptions.


  1. Required forms, online parent portal, and orientation are required to attend our programs.
  2. Go to and click on the red clipboard at the bottom right corner that says “Enroll.”
  3. Click on the link “Create Your Parent Portal HERE.”
  4. Sign in with your account information. If you haven’t created an account, click “Create Account” underneath the “First Time Here?”
  5. If you already have an account, click “Get Started Now”. If you didn’t have an account, search your last name and click “Find Me”. If your name did not show, click “I Searched And Still Don’t See My Name”.
  6. Fill out the parent/guardian information and click “Register.”
  7. Log in using the same Email and password you just created.
  8. Click “Get Started Now” and then “Add a Student”.
  9. Enter all student(s) information. Make sure all requested information is entered.
  10. After students are entered, click “Register for classes.”
  11. Scroll down the page to see all the classes available for each of your students. As you scroll, check the boxes for each class that you would like to enroll in. When you are done choosing classes, scroll all the way to the bottom and click the

General Rules

  • No Food or Drink in Classrooms (water is acceptable).
  • No Gum or candy is permitted in the building; dispose of your gum before entering.
  • Dance students must wear clothing that they can move in, no open toe shoes and no jeans.
  • Dance Students please remove all piercings other than earrings or properly bandage them to avoid injury.

No cell phones or digital media allowed in class unless preapproved by a teacher for research use. We are not responsible if they are lost or stolen.

Rules Regarding Parents

  • Parents are only allowed in the classroom the first 30 minutes of the first day, due to the fact that it distracts ALL students and disrupts teacher’s curriculum, we appreciate your cooperation.
  • Parents will be allowed to attend the last class; to see what their child has learned.Pick your child up immediately after class. PRYAF is not responsible for students not picked up on time.
  • If a child is picked up 10 or more minutes late, they will receive an unexcused absence.
  • For the safety of all students please pull into a parking space. There is additional parking on the back side of the building.
  • If your child has a learning disability, in addition to reporting it on your registration form, you must inform the teacher before the first class begins.
  • If your child has an allergy or special medical need, in addition to reporting it on your registration form, you must inform the teacher before the first class begins.
  • Please understand PRYAF staff is not trained to work with special needs children.
  • The emergency numbers are not for absence or questions, but for emergencies regarding the building.


  • If a student misses the first day (and not excused), they will be dropped and unable to attend the following semester.
  • Excused Absence = Student is unable to attend class due to illness with them or a family member. An excused absence is if you call the foundation prior to the beginning of the class and excuse your child due to illness or family emergency.
  • Unexcused Absence = Any other reason other than illness or a family emergency will be non-excused
  • Pink Slip = Late for class 5 or more minutes, or sent out of class for poor behavior
  • 3 Pink Slips = 1 unexcused
  • More than 2 unexcused absences = removal from class and suspension from the next session
  • More than 3 excused absences = removal from class
  • Pick your child up immediately after class. PRYAF is not responsible for students not picked up on time. If a child is picked up 10 or more minutes late student will receive an unexcused absence.
  • If you choose to drop a class, call the office within the first week after registration day. Others are waiting to be admitted. If you drop a class any later than one week after registration day, you will be removed from the session and suspended from the following session.
  • If you sign up and cannot make class or drop out, you will not be able to attend the next session.

    When to Keep Your Child at Home
    Rashes – Keep your student home if he or she has a new skin rash that has not been evaluated by a doctor, including impetigo and scabies.  Always call your doctor about unknown skin rashes to determine the cause and if they are contagious.  Rashes are often part of an illness that is easily spread to others.
    Fever – Keep your student home if they have a fever over 100 degrees. Do not send your child to PRYAF while on fever-reducing medicine. The student may return to school when he/she is fever free for 24 hours.  Fever is a sign of infection that can be transmitted to someone else.
    Vomiting or Diarrhea – Please keep your child home for 24 hours after the last episode of diarrhea or vomiting.  Vomiting and diarrhea are often caused by an illness that can be transmitted to someone else.
    Nose Drainage – Please keep your child home if he or she is experiencing yellow or green color nasal drainage that lasts longer than 10 days or accompanied by a fever. Regular colds often have yellow or green drainage. If they last longer than 10 days, this could be a different illness and it is recommended that your child see his or her doctor.
    Behavior – Please keep your child home if he or she has significant changes in behavior.  Some examples include irritability, tired, sore throat, earache, excessive coughing.  Cold and flu can easily be passed to others, especially in the first few days, when accompanied by the changes in behavior listed above.
    Please Note – If any of these symptoms are recognized by a PRYAF staff member or PRYAF instructor, a parent/guardian will be called to have them picked up from PRYAF and can return with a doctor’s note that states that the child’s symptoms are not contagious.