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2023-2024 Information and Policies

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Tuition & Fees

Registration Fee: $35/ year billed annually with registration.
Recital Fee: $35/student (Tickets will have to be purchased through the Concert Hall)

Tuition: We offer individual classes in Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical/Contemporary, and Hip Hop. Semester Tuition is Due upon registration. Late fees are applied for past-due accounts and seriously delinquent accounts may be deferred to a 3rd party for collection. Classes begin in the fall and end in the spring with a recital. 

2 Semesters $576 per 1-hour class

2 Semesters $432 per 45-min class
Cap 6 hrs. 

First 1/2 of tuition and  registration fee of $35 will be charged when you register. 
A recital fee of $35 plus costume fees will be charged at the 2nd-semester (Due Dec. 1st) with the remainder of tuition.

Dancers who only wish to dance in the fall will need to notify us of withdrawal when the second half is invoiced.

Dancers who wish to join us only for the spring are welcome, space permitting. 

Other expenses, such as shoes and apparel or studio events and master classes, are due when purchased.

Tuition is due upon registration. A class spot may be forfeited if tuition is not paid.
Late fees will be applied for past-due accounts. ($35 per invoice, or 5%, whichever is greater, after 10 days).
The 3% charge you will see upon online checkout is for credit card. 1% for e-check ACH processing. We are happy to take personal checks or cash at the studio to avoid these fees.

No Refunds. Should a student withdraw, an account credit will be applied upon approval for such reasons as injury, moving or family emergencies.


 In the event of weather (rec classes will follow 9R snow days), you may contact us to find a suitable makeup class to take any time during the current year.

At checkout when registering, you will accept the terms of our liability waiver and policies in our student handbook.

We follow local mandates regarding health-related issues.


Dress Code & Conduct


Conduct: Dancers are expected to arrive prepared for classes or arrive as early as required to dress and prepare at the studio. Hair should be tied back, and bangs may need to be pinned back if they interfere. They can bring snacks to be eaten between classes or with the teacher's permission (we will advise if there is a student with allergies) and should bring a water bottle. 

Dancers are expected to listen, participate, to be polite and respectful of teachers, classmates and our studio space and facilities. Dismissal from class due to persistent mean or disruptive behavior is possible. Registered students should review our our student handbook with complete information and policies.


 *All colors of dance clothing acceptable! 

Hair pulled and pinned back, buns for ballet.


Ballet- light pink or skin tone ballet shoes, leotard and tights  

Boys skin tone ballet shoes, plain T shirt and fitted pants or shorts. 


Jazz- tan jazz shoes, athletic sets, leggings, fitted t-shirt, tank tops, leotards, and fitted shorts are all acceptable.


Tap- tap shoes,  leggings, t-shirt, tank tops, leotards, and fitted shorts are all acceptable.


Hip Hop- NO STREET SHOES. Designated tennis shoes, sweatpants, leggings, and t-shirts are all acceptable. 


Lyrical/Contemporary-  leggings, t-shirt, tank tops, leotards and fitted shorts are all acceptable.

Easy link to order shoes and apparel 
Please see notes regarding colors and sizing. Options not in our dress code store for leotards are acceptable.
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