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Free Trial Class

  • To schedule a free trial, you will need to create an account and register online. 

  • All new students are allowed TWO free trial classes.

  • If you would like to try more than two classes you may pay for an additional class, provided there is space available in the class you wish to try. 

  • If there is an opening in the class you request, we will schedule your trial the next available class. 



Currently - each class is $15 dollars. Families are billed monthly on the 1st of each month.

  • We prorate tuition if starting or stopping mid-month. 

  • All other months are charged in full and tuition is due on the 1st of each month.

  • We do prorate for holidays and studio closures. So tuition varies month to month

  • Remember, you are paying to hold the spot in the class, not only for the class itself. 


Late Fees

Tuition is billed on the 1st of each month. Monthly tuition must be paid for student to attend class. Monthly tuition that is not paid within 5 days of the 1st will be subject to a $10 late fee.  Should your tuition not be paid on time for more than 3 months we reserve the right to suspend your participation in class.


Payment Methods

We accept all major credit and bank cards. We do require a credit card down for all registered students. Your card on file will automatically be billed the first of each month for the upcoming month’s tuition. Should the first land on a holiday, we may charge your card on the closest previous business day. 


Cancellation Policy

We require a 30 day notice when stopping enrollment and billing. Please email to inform us that you are dropping class.

All dancers still enrolled through recital will be automatically dropped at the end of June as we enter our summer break. You will need to re-enroll when we announce registration has opened for the following season. New season’s will typically start at the top of August, with registration opening sometime mid to late July. 

NOTE: Informing your individual teachers that you are dropping is not considered a cancellation.  Please use the email above to insure cancellation. Thank you.


Dress Codes

All dancers are expected to be in proper dress code each week. Teacher will give notes about dress code includes attire, hair, and footwear. 


Extended Absences

If you expect to be gone from class(es) for multiple weeks, please let us know. If you intend to return and keep your spot, you do not need to do anything else. We will just see you when you return. If you wish to not be billed while you are away, you will need to submit a 30 day cancellation notice. Please make sure to submit this in time for your absence. Please understand that if your class has a wait list, your spot will be offered to the next family in line when your cancellation is complete. 

Low Enrollment Classes

When we launch a new class there may be a period when enrollment is low. In some cases, if enrollment is low for an extended period of time we may consider dropping the class entirely. Should this occur we will try to give the families 30 days notice so they can find another class on our schedule.


In The Classroom

Rules in the class will be enforced by all teachers and staff. All rules are in place for a reason. Some rules are for your dancer’s safety, and other rules are for the class to function smoothly. Please respect the rules and the teacher’s authority in enforcing rules. If you have questions or concerns please reach out to


  • Arrive on time. Dancers that miss the warm up or are more than 15 minutes late will be asked to sit and watch for remainder of class. This is for your dancer’s safety and to avoid injuries. Sitting and watching class is still beneficial and better than not attending class at all.

  • Attendance. Regular attendance is key for all participants. Your class and instructor are counting on everyone to be in class and on the same page each week. Excessive absences may result in being removed from shows or recitals.

  • Dress code. Dancers must follow the dress code of their class. Shoes, dancewear, footwear, and hair should all be correct. Dress codes are both for your dancer’s safety, to help them be successful in a particular style, and for teachers to be able to see proper body alignment.  Please check with us if you are unclear about your requirements. 

  • Water. Please remember to bring your water bottles to class. Teachers will let dancers know when it’s time for a water break. We have water bottles for when you forget. If you do take a water bottle please donate to our water fund so we can always have water for when dancers don’t have one.

  • Restroom Breaks. Ideally, they should not be needed. Please have your dancer go to the restroom prior to class. Class is only 45-55 min long, if they have gone before class they should be able to wait to go again until after class is over



As with any physical activity, Injuries may occur from time to time during class. Our staff will do their best to keep all children safe. Should your child get injured during class we have first aid kits, and ice packs on hand to comfort them until they are ready to rejoin. If an injury is more serious we will contact parent/guardians and send dancers home to recover. 



We always have the right to refuse service should you or any member of your family not follow these studio policies.  Our policies are in place for the safety of all participants in our programs, their families, and individuals and businesses with whom we share the building and must be agreed to and followed at all times.

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