Registration and Classes
How do I register for classes?
Our enrollement period is during the spring/summer, with classes beginning in the fall of each year. Visit our Registration page to fill out the registration form, then follow the link provided at the end of the form to make your registration payment. Once you have completed both the form and the registration payment, you are oficially enrolled with CCT! Outside of the enrollment period, families may sign up for our mailing list to receive information and updates.
What class should I sign up for?
Our classes are age-based, with classes for 8-12 year olds, 13-18 year olds, and 18+. Students should enroll in the class that reflects their age as of September 1, with flexibility for those whose birthdays occur within the first 30 days of classes.
What is the mandatory parent meeting?
Prior to the start of the season, Charlotte Christian Theatre hosts a mandatory parent meeting that orients families on the many aspects of our programs. It is required that at least on parent attend if your child is enrolled or planning to enroll with CCT.
What should I do if I need to miss a class?
If you need to miss a class, please email one of the directors to let them know. As a reminder, absences during the final two weeks (prior to the show) are not permitted.
Tuition and Payments
What does my tuition cover?
What forms of payments are accepted?
We accept all major credit cards via our Square store, or you may pay by check or cash.
Do you offer payment plans or installments?
Yes. While paying your tuition in full offers the biggest discount, we also offer payment options by the semester or monthly. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to make arrangements.
Can I set up automatic payments?
Absolutely. This is an option available via our Square store. Simply select the option to have your payment information saved (in Square's secure system) and we can process your payments as autodrafts.
Is CCT a non-profit?
CCT is currently pursuing non-profit status.
Your tuition goes 100% toward classes and production costs - materials, scripts, costumes, makeup, props, royalties and show fees, etc; all of the things that make a theatre program possible.