FAQ

 

COVID-19 Prevention: What is being done since our return to in-person classes? 

Masks are currently required while in the studio at all times. We have instated mandatory temperature checks for all students and staff upon entry to the studio. Parents are not allowed past the front desk area. We ask that parents refrain from coming into the entrance with their dancers. As well as make payments and ask questions over the phone to help us limit exposure. Additionally we have adjusted our class schedule to help us better limit class sizes, and the quantity of dancers in the studio at one time. Each studio is equipped with HIPPA approved air filters, and studios with the ability have their doors to the outside left open to increase air circulation. Studio's are also being disinfected between classes. Click here  for a copy of our liability form that must be filled out prior to attending in person classes.

How are students placed in classes?


We take great care to place students in appropriate classes for their age and experience levels. For placement dancers will take a Ballet class and under the evaluation of our Ballet Team will then be placed in a level. This level will help them find their place in other styles as well. We advise coming to a lower level class for evaluation and placement. New students should call if you have questions and we will help determine the appropriate class. Continuing students receive an evaluation for recommended class levels for fall classes.

How can I register for class?


Open registration begins at the end of August. We accept enrollment for all classes until March 31st. Classes do fill quickly, so pre-registering online is highly advised. You may also come into the studio and sign up at the front desk during regular business hours.

Do I need special shoes or clothing?


Dancers should be dressed to dance. Tights, leotards, bike shorts and close-fitting dance clothes are the only appropriate attire, so that the instructors can observe proper body alignment. Dancers should change into proper dance clothes before class. Hair should be neat and styled to be kept out of the face.

No jeans, baggy clothes, gum, food or drinks are allowed in the studio.

Want more specific examples? Go to our What to Wear Page!

Where can I purchase dancewear?


Our boutique offers a complete selection of high quality dancewear and shoes. The boutique is open during regular studio hours.

What are your hours of operation?

 

Our front desk is open to assist you during any of the following times:
Monday - Friday: 10:00 am - 8:00 pm (closed between 12:30 pm - 2:00 pm)
Saturdays - 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
Sundays - closed

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