Discount, Withdrawal, Refund and Minimum Age Policies
The Lifelong Learning Institute is a self-sustaining department of the Franklin Public Schools. The success of our program relies on your participation and tuition.
People 65 years of age and older may enroll in courses at a 10% discount with the exception of food and wine courses or off-site courses with private providers.
Town of Franklin employees who regularly work 20 or more hours per week during the school year may enroll themselves or their minor children in courses at a 10% discount with the exception of food and wine courses or off-site courses with private providers.
Franklin Public Schools students in K-12 who are registering for classes held at a FPS location and who are currently receiving free or reduced lunch are eligible for one scholarship per quarter (Fall, Winter, Spring, Summer) in any of the following Lifelong Learning Institute programs: Community Learning, Music Academy, Solutions Extended Learning or Summer Programs.
Example: Scholarship for a course covering multiple quarters means the student is ineligible for additional scholarships in any of the included quarters.
*discounts cannot be combined - only one discount per class
Course Withdrawal Policy
- If you withdraw from a course at least two weeks prior to the course start date, you will receive a full refund, less a $10 OR 10% processing fee, whichever is greater.
- If you withdraw from a course between 7 to 14 days before the course start date, you will receive a refund for half of the registration fee, less a $10 OR 10% processing fee, whichever is greater.
- If you withdraw less than 7 days before the course start date, there are no refunds, no credits, and no transfers unless there is a medical reason and it is documented by a physician. A documented medical statement from a physician will allow the registrant to receive a prorated refund for the remaining classes, less a $10 OR 10% processing fee, whichever is greater.
Minimum Age Policy
All registrants must be at least 18 years of age in order to participate in Lifelong Community Learning classes. Exceptions to this policy include: Kids' Corner classes, where students are grouped according to their grade levels, any class involving alcohol demonstrations and/or tastings - students must be 21 years of age to participate, and special family programs.
Class dates, time and location may be subject to change.