Studio Policies

  • Email is the primary method used to communicate studio information to our students and families. If you would like to add another address, please let us know.

  • Schedule changes, show information, and other important notices will be posted in the studio as well.

  • Any concern or issue should be addressed to the studio owner, Ms. Sheri. There may not be enough time during or between classes to give you the attention you deserve, so an appointment will be scheduled if needed.
  • If you will be absent or late to class, please email the studio as soon as possible to let us know.

  • Classes missed due to student illness may be made up in any other class of their level or lower. No refunds will be issued for missed classes.

  • Too many absences may affect a student’s participation in performances and consideration for advancement.
  •  Closures of surrounding school districts will be taken into consideration when deciding on cancelling classes due to weather.

  • An email notification will be given by 8:00 am for morning classes and by 12:00 pm for afternoon and evening classes.

  • Classes cancelled due to weather or teacher illness should be made up in another class of the student’s level or lower.

  •  A makeup class will be scheduled for any class cancelled more than 2 times during a semester.

  •  Classes with fewer than 4 enrolled students may be cancelled or combined with another class.
  • To withdraw from a class, please notify the office by email or in writing.

  • Withdrawal notification must be received by the 25th of the month PRIOR to the month in which you will no longer be attending the class.

  • If written notification is not received by the 25th of the previous month, you will be responsible for the following month’s tuition.
  • Placement is based on a student’s ability and experience. All decisions are made by professionals with the student’s best interests in mind. In general, classes for students 7 years old and younger are based on age. All other classes are based on skill, technique, and maturity.
  • Respectful, kind, and focused behavior is critical to a productive and enjoyable learning experience. All students and parents are expected to behave respectfully to teachers and fellow students/parents. The teacher in the classroom has the right to dismiss any student who is disrespectful or behaving in a disruptive manner. Should this happen, a refund will not be issued.

  • Please arrive promptly to class, properly attired with hair neatly pulled back and out of face, and ready to learn.

  • Please do not enter studios without invitation by the teacher or permission from the office.

  • Do not take video during class or post any portions of the class unless granted permission by the choreographer/instructor.

  • Water bottles are encouraged in the classrooms. Food and beverages other than water are not allowed in the classrooms but are allowed in other areas of the studio.

  • Please clean up after yourself in all areas of the building.

Dress Code

Ballet
(ages 7 and up)

  • Email is the primary method used to communicate studio information to our students and families. If you would like to add another address, please let us know.

  • Schedule changes, show information, and other important notices will be posted in the studio as well.

  • Any concern or issue should be addressed to the studio owner, Ms. Sheri. There may not be enough time during or between classes to give you the attention you deserve, so an appointment will be scheduled if needed.
  • Black dance shorts or black pants and a fitted black or white t-shirt. Black ballet shoes.

  • Hair should be kept out of face.

Jazz / Modern / Contemporary / Tap / Musical Theater for Dancers
(ages 7 and up)

  • Black leotard with black or tan tights. Black dance shorts may be worn over tights. Solid black leggings may also be worn.

  • Jazz – tan jazz shoes; Modern/Contemporary – bare feet or footundeez; Tap – black tap shoes; Musical Theater for Dancers – advanced levels may require black and/or tan t-strap character shoes.

  • Hair up and securely off of face.
  • Black dance shorts or black pants and a fitted black or white t-shirt. Black ballet shoes.

  • Hair should be kept out of face.
  • Comfortable athletic clothing allowing for freedom of movement.
  • Loose fitting street clothes, white-soled athletic shoes, or jazz sneakers. To protect our floors, shoes which have been worn outside are not allowed in the classroom.

Introductory Level Classes
(ages 5-7)

  • Ballet – Solid color leotard with pink tight and pink ballet shoes.

  • Jazz and Tap – Solid color leotard with pink, tan, or black tights. Tan jazz shoes. Small dance skirts and dance shorts may also be worn. Solid color leggings may be worn for classes other than ballet.

  • Hair up neatly and securely off of face
  • Ballet / Jazz / Tap / Musical Theater – Black pants with a fitted black or white t-shirt.

  • Ballet – black ballet shoes; Jazz and Musical Theater – black jazz shoes; Tap – black tap shoes

  • Hair should be kept out of face.

Foundations Level Classes
(ages 3-5)

  • Comfortable athletic clothing allowing for freedom of movement. Clothing should not be excessively baggy.

  • Leotards with skirts may be worn with footless tights.

  • Do not take video during class or post any portions of the class unless granted permission by the choreographer/instructor.

  • No shoes.
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