All accounts are billed on the 1st of each month. Your athlete's enrollment automatically rolls over from month to month until you drop the class. Please see below for the drop procedure.
*If you join in the middle of the month, your account will be prorated.
*If you are unsure where your athlete should be placed based on their current skill set,
email email@example.com for placement guidance.
The first trial class is free for new customers. To register for a trial you must first create an account on iClass pro. Click HERE to create an account. Once your account has been created you can select "trial" when registering for a class. If you need any assistance, please email firstname.lastname@example.org .
*If you have previously taken a class with us, you can do additional trials for a one time class fee of $17.50.
Make up classes are allowed within 90 days of the absence. You must email email@example.com to request a make up token. Once the token has been applied to your account, you must log in to the iClass parent portal to request a make up.
If you register for a class that is at capacity your athlete will be placed on the wait list. You will not be charged while your athlete is on the waitlist. As soon as an opening becomes available, you will be notified via email. You will have 48 hours to respond before your athlete is dropped from the waitlist.
PARENTS MUST LOG ON TO THE ICLASS PORTAL TO DROP A STUDENT FROM CLASS. It is the parent's responsibility to drop a class. You must log into your iClass Pro Parent account, click enrollments on the left hand side, and request a drop from there. In order to verify the drop was complete, you must drop yourself, or have an email confirmation from Infinity. YOU MUST DROP A CLASS BY THE 25TH OF THE MONTH IN ORDER TO AVOID BEING CHARGED ON THE 1ST.
Please note: You are responsible for payment for your student's classes WHETHER OR NOT YOUR STUDENT ATTENDS CLASS until the time you DROP THE CLASS ON THE PARENT PORTAL. Please do not rely on your student to verbally let us know that he/she will no longer be attending classes. If a student stops coming to class without notification then that student's account will continue to be charged. This charge will be for holding the student's place in that class instead of offering that place to one of the many on a waiting list.