Ready to Register? Follow These Steps:

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Step 1

Explore what we offer and  pick the class from the list that fits your interest. Contact us if you have questions or need a placement test.

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Step 2

Fill out the  online application form for kids or adults  and get in touch with us to finalize admission. Download PDF form if you prefer to submit via email, or mail.

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Step 3

Pay the tuition by credit card, PayPal, Zelle, check, or cash. Tuition is non-refundable after the third session of the class. Payment installment option is available for some classes.

 

Click to see answers to the commonly asked questions.

Group Classes:

Online Persian Group Classes-Weekly

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  • $870 for the academic year

Age Group

Adults/Kids (7 & older)

Level

Beginner through Advance

In-Person Persian Group Classes-Weekly

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  • Enrollment temporarily closed

Age Group

Kids/Adults

Level

Beginner through Advance

Private Lessons:

Online Persian Private Lessons (one-on-one)

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  • Pre-paid: $500 per 10 sessions

  • Pay as you go: $65 per session

Age Group

Kids/Adults

Level

Beginner through Advance

Online Persian Semi-Private Lessons (2 or 3 students)

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  • Pre-paid: $370 per 10 sessions, per person

  • Pay as you go: $48 per session, per person

Age Group

Kids/Adults

Level

Beginner through Advance

In-Person Persian Private & Semi-Private Lessons 

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  • Enrollment temporarily closed

Age Group

Kids/Adults

Level

Beginner through Advance

Frequently Asked Questions

“A little grease down the drain won’t hurt.”


The problem with this thought process is that most people think this way. Everyone pouring a little grease down the drain adds up.




“Running hot water and/or using detergent will break up the oil.”


Detergents and hot water only break up oil particles temporarily. As the liquid cools it solidifies again later down the pipeline.




“I just pour my grease in the toilet instead of my kitchen sink.”


Whether people are pouring grease down the kitchen sink or the toilet, it ends up destroying the same pipelines and causing the same sewage backups.




“I just pour my grease outside in the yard or in the woods.”


Pouring used cooking oil in yards will cause major damage to your grass and will most likely stunt the grass growth in that area. In addition, wild animals and rodents are highly attracted to the smell of used cooking oils. Disposing of it around your home will only promote activity from these animals.




"F.O.G. disposal does not sound so bad."


The EPA estimates that 65 percent of sewer spills are caused by fats, oils and grease (F.O.G.) coming from households. Not only is this problem contributing to inflated operating costs for cities and towns, but fatbergs can become so bloated they cause people's toilets to back up, flooding their homes with raw sewage. We believe through educating people about hazards of improper grease disposal and offering Grease Bags as a solution, we can eliminate that number!





 

FAQ About Tuition Payments

When is the tuition due?


Tuition payments are due by the first day of classes. We also accept cash, check, and credit cards.




What is the refund policy?


Tuition is non-refundable after the third session of the classes. In case of cancellation within the first 3 sessions, the prorated tuition will be refunded, minus the $30 processing fee.




Which payment methods are accepted at the Chicago Persian School?


You may make your payment by cash, check, Zelle, credit card, or PayPal. Payment installments option is available at no extra charge to those interested. Please fill out the corresponding form in this page and contact the school administrators to finalize.




Are students able to apply for financial aids?


Yes, we offer need-based financial aid to stduents who may otherwise be unable to attend the school, due to financial limitations. Please contact school administrators at info@chicagopersianschool.org to inquire. * All financial aid information provided by the applicant shall remain strictly confidential. ** Financial status and application for tuition assistance are not factors in the admission decision.




Is there a tuition discount for enrolling more than one family member?


Yes, we offer a $50 discount toward the tuition for the families who enroll more than one stduent in our group classes. No sibling discount for private/semi-private lessons.




How do I make a tuition payment?


Applicants are directed to a secure online payment website after the complition of the registration form, if they choose to pay using credit cards or PayPal. You may also access the Online Payment page by choosing that page from the website menu. Tuition payments are expected on or before the first day of classes, regardless of the form of payment. We also accept cash, check, or online direct deposit (Zelle). To arrange, please visit the "Contact Info" page on our website.




Do you accept payment installment plans?


Yes, we offer flexible installment plans to applicants of our group classes (in-person or online), at no additional charge. This option is not available for private/semi-private lessons (in-person or online). Please fill out a Payment Plan Request Form by going to the "Installment Plan" page and contact us to arrange for the plan that work for you and the school. You can pay by cash, check or credit card. Click on the "Online Payment" botton on this page, in case you prefer pay the instalments, using credit card.





 
 

FAQ About Placement Testing

“A little grease down the drain won’t hurt.”


The problem with this thought process is that most people think this way. Everyone pouring a little grease down the drain adds up.




“Running hot water and/or using detergent will break up the oil.”


Detergents and hot water only break up oil particles temporarily. As the liquid cools it solidifies again later down the pipeline.




“I just pour my grease in the toilet instead of my kitchen sink.”


Whether people are pouring grease down the kitchen sink or the toilet, it ends up destroying the same pipelines and causing the same sewage backups.




“I just pour my grease outside in the yard or in the woods.”


Pouring used cooking oil in yards will cause major damage to your grass and will most likely stunt the grass growth in that area. In addition, wild animals and rodents are highly attracted to the smell of used cooking oils. Disposing of it around your home will only promote activity from these animals.




"F.O.G. disposal does not sound so bad."


The EPA estimates that 65 percent of sewer spills are caused by fats, oils and grease (F.O.G.) coming from households. Not only is this problem contributing to inflated operating costs for cities and towns, but fatbergs can become so bloated they cause people's toilets to back up, flooding their homes with raw sewage. We believe through educating people about hazards of improper grease disposal and offering Grease Bags as a solution, we can eliminate that number!