Classes are open to those ages 16 and older. A fully enrolled adult is required to attend with participants younger than 18. In some instances, the instructor may chose to open the class up to younger participants, this is noted in our class descriptions.
Class Size & Registration
Classes are intentionally kept small and may fill quickly, so registering as early as possible is encouraged. Registering at least three weeks prior to the class start date is advisable as classes without a minimum number of registrations, by the week prior to the class, may be cancelled.
Eagle Bluff Skills School will keep a waiting list for all filled classes. Those on the waiting list are contacted only if space becomes available.
If we must cancel a class, participants will receive a full refund. Class cancellations are typically made no later than one week out from the scheduled class date. Participants who cancel their registration more than 14 days prior to the class start date will receive a full refund. Those who cancel their registration 14 to 8 days prior to the class start date will receive a 50% refund of the total registration and materials fee, to cover administrative costs. Participants who cancel their registration 7 days or less prior to the class are not eligible for a refund.
Beginning with the May 2017 class registrations, Eagle Bluff Skills School will offer two class registration rates: a discounted “early-bird” rate for those who sign up more than three weeks before the class begins and a “regular” rate for those who sign up within three weeks of the class’s start date.
At this time we are not offering scholarships. We are hoping to make this opportunity available in the future. Please stay posted for updates.
In the operation of Eagle Bluff Skills School programs, no individual or group will be discriminated against because of race, gender, national origin, age or disability.
Eagle Bluff skills School is responsible for assuring the health and safety of all participants. In keeping with this goal, we do not allow participants to bring their pets to class, unless specified by the instructor to do so (as part of the class). Animals may pose a threat of infection and may cause allergic reactions in participants. Some individuals may feel threatened or be distracted by the presence of animals.
A participant who requires the help of a service animal will be permitted to bring a service animal to the class, provided that the animal’s presence does not create a danger to others and does not impose an undue hardship upon the class.
All dogs must be leashed at all times, in the physical presence of the owner and in the continuous full control of their owners. Owners are expected to clean up, completely and immediately, after their animals. A participant who brings an animal to class is completely and solely liable for any injuries or any damage to personal property caused by the animal.
Last updated January 2017