Summer 2021 Registration Forms:


Want more details about how summer programming will operate? Click here to read this summer 2021 letter from Executive Director Kathy Anderson.

All programs and locations may be subject to change due to COVID-19.

Trollwood Performing Arts School adheres to COVID-19 guidelines as outlined by local public health agencies and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Safety protocols from federal, state, and local levels, as well as Fargo Public Schools, will be followed.


We want to make Trollwood affordable for everyone! Register by April 1 and save significant dollars on program fees. Pay ONE FEE to participate in as many Trollwood classes and programs as you can fit into your schedule (does not include ArtSpark).

*All grades refer to the 2020-2021 school year

$250 – ArtSpark (grades K-2 & 3-5*) Per one week session. Choose the week or weeks that work best for you!

$350– Fargo School District Resident (Grades 5-graduated senior in 2020 or 2021)

$450– All Other (Grades 5-graduated senior in 2020 or 2021)

West Fargo Public School students (must be currently attending a West Fargo Public School for the 2020-21 school year) are eligible for a $100 tuition voucher, provided by the West Fargo Public Schools.  The West Fargo Voucher is available for download here or to pick it up in person at Trollwood.

Flexible payment plans available—we will work with you to find a plan that fits your budget!


Trollwood Performing Arts School is a program of Fargo Public Schools. Students are required to pay a program fee to help off-set the costs related to programming. Any student whose primary residence is within the Fargo Public School District is required to pay the Fargo Public School fee stated on the registration form for middle school and high school programs. Anyone outside the Fargo Public School District will pay the “All Other” fee stated above and on the registration form for middle school and high school programs.

Students may participate in multiple sessions of ArtSpark as each week will have a different theme. Each session is $250.


Acceptable means of payment are cash, check or money order (payable to Trollwood Performing Arts School), or by MasterCard/Visa/Discover. No registration will be processed without accompanying fee payment and parent/ guardian signed registration form, unless prior arrangement has been made with the Trollwood office.

Payment Options:

You may choose the fee payment plan that best meets your financial situation. Payment may be made in full at time of registration or you may choose the payment option included on the registration form. To take advantage of the payment plan option, a credit card is required. Students may apply for financial aid. Click here to apply for financial aid.

Minnesota Students:

Minnesota residents may be able to deduct tuition expenses on their state income taxes. Contact your tax adviser to discuss.


Trollwood planning, hiring, purchasing, and related expenses are directly determined by the number of enrollments. Therefore, no refunds will be made for early withdrawals, student program cancellations, student-initiated course(s) cancellation, or expulsion for disciplinary reasons, except as follows:

  1. If a student must withdraw early because of a documented family emergency, a request for a refund (partial or full) may be considered.
  2. We reserve the right to cancel a class or program if needed. Fee will be refunded in full if it is the student’s only registered class or program.

Winter Online Academy

Trollwood is proud to introduce a variety of ONLINE youth performing arts classes, beginning in January 2021! These informative and unique sessions in music, dance, improv, songwriting, and sketch comedy are offered to Middle School and High School students.  Join your friends and favorite teachers as we learn and have fun online!

All programs and locations may be subject to change due to COVID-19.