We are happy to help and address any questions you may have. If you have a question that is not outlined below, please feel free contact us through email or by phone, both of which can be found on our Contact Us page.
The dance season runs like a school year, beginning in September and ending in June with our end of the year recital. We break for 2 weeks in December as well as 1 week in March.
All classes participate in our end of the year recital in June. The date for the rehearsal and recital will be determined before the new year and announcements will be made.
Children can begin dancing at 16 months. One great thing to note is that classes for 16 months to 3 year olds are 30 minutes long, which is the perfect length of time for them to stay focused on class! Some other studios only offer 45 minutes or 1 hour classes which is far too long, and they often loose interest at around the 25-30 minute mark. Any class time after that is spent trying to refocus them.
The length of a class depends on the age of the child. Ages 2-6 dance for 30 minutes per class, ages 7-9 dance for 45 minutes per class, and ages 10 to teen dance for 1 hour per class.
We try to maintain small class sizes as it is more beneficial to student growth and development. With less students per class, we are able to focus more individual attention to each child.
Yes, we require all students to follow our DDA dress code.
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Besides class tuition, what other fees will I be responsible for? Upon registering there is a one-time registration fee ($25/student or $35/family). Every class your child takes will have a costume to be worn at the recital and in any performance we may do in late spring. Costume prices will be discussed in studio.
Other fees that may or may not apply to you:
Costume deposits for all classes are due the first week of December. Costumes will be ordered once the $35 deposit (per costume) is paid. You will be able to pick up your child’s costume in April, only after the remaining balance is paid for. Costumes will arrive before picture day.
Competitive dance is a stream of dance that requires higher commitment levels as it is more disciplined and focused. Students on the competitive troupe will be required to dance a minimum of 3 hours a week with ballet and jazz classes being mandatory. They will participate in 1-2 competitions per year as well as various performances throughout the year.
Only classes cancelled by the studio will be made up or reimbursed. Missed classes on behalf of the student will not be refunded.
In the event that the studio must be closed due to bad weather or an instructor getting sick, etc. everyone will be notified through email. Email is the quickest way for us to reach everyone in a timely manner. Please make sure your email is up to date and that it is one you check on a regular basis.