Frequently Asked Questions
What is the Leavitt Center?
The Leavitt Center is Pocatello's Premiere center for the arts. We offer a wide variety of performing and fine arts classes. Our mission is to bring the arts to the community and empower children, teens, and adults to find their voice in their art and better improve their quality of life and those around them.
What is our billing policy?
The Leavitt Center does not offer month-to-month classes, but all students will need to pay for the entire season in which they are enrolled. Classes require signing up for auto-pay with a card or ACH information in order to enroll. This does not mean your card/account will be charged immediately. With auto-pay, you will be charged for any registration fees, class supply fees, and first month's tuition with your first payment. Monthly tuition will be deducted on the first of every month in the season.
If you would like to pay in full, you will still need to enroll in autopay in order to be added to the class, then contact the office and you will be able to pay in full with cash, check or card. No monthly autopay will be charged as there will be no balance on your account. Any payments made with ACH or card will include a minimal service fee.
Please contact us with any questions about charges, payments, or payment options.
Is there a discount for multiple classes or for multiple students within a family?
Programs and classes are set up to automatically include discounts for classes that are longer than 1 hour. Watch our website and social media pages for promos for multiple class and/or student discounts.
What are the registration and supply fees?
The registration fee is a one-time per semester fee for each student who registers. We do offer an Early Bird Special each semester where you can enroll in future semesters and waive the registration fee!
The supply fee is a fee set by each instructor to provide materials, supplies, costumes, props, etc. for the class they are offering. It directly benefits the students and their class experience.
What are our hours?
Please contact your instructor about class time details or refer to our "Classes" page.
Please contact the office for in person office hours. (855) 653-2487
You can also text or call at anytime and we will take your call if possible and/or communicate with you as soon as we can.
What is our enrollment policy?
At the time of enrollment the student will be enrolled for the entire duration of each class season or year (whichever applies) and agrees to pay all tuition and fees associated with the class. Student also agree to attend all scheduled practices, rehearsals, stage days, performances and any extra practices that are assigned by the instructor. In addition you are responsible for all payments associated with the class even if the student drops out. You can try the class one time before enrolling at no cost to make sure you are comfortable with the teacher and curriculum. All special circumstances require review from the board of directors.
Is your building available for event/venue rentals?
Yes! The building is available for weddings, recitals, events, etc. Please call or text us at 855-653-2487 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
How can I become an instructor?
We are always looking for bright minds to teach. Please stop by and leave a resume at our location at 1030 E Sublette St. Pocatello, ID 83201 or email a resume to email@example.com. You can stop by during our office hours or leave it in our drop box located at our 10th St. Entrance.
What is your business's drug policy?
We have a drug free policy. No smoking, vaping, e-cigarette, or illegal drugs are allowed or to be used on our premises. Instructors are not allowed to be under the influence of any illegal drugs. Instructors are also not allowed to be under the influence of alcohol within 12 hours before they teach.
Private events may choose to have alcohol at their events with associated rules and fees explained in their rental agreement.