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Petite Class (Ages 3-4, 1st year of dance)
Primary Class (Ages 4-5, 2nd year of dance)
These classes are offered once a week for 45 minutes. Students are taught introductory Tap, Ballet, Acrobats, and Jazz.
Advanced Primary (Ages 5-6, 3rd year of dance)
This class is offered once a week for 1 hour. The basics of Tap, Ballet, Jazz are continued into fuller depth
Beginner (Ages 6-7, 4th year of dance)
Advanced Beginner (7-8, 5th year of dance)
These classes are offered once a week for 1 hour. The basics of Tap, Ballet, Jazz are continued into fuller depth. Faster paced routines and more advanced skills are taught.
Jr. Intermediate (Ages 8-9, typically 6th year of dance)
Intermediate (9-10, typically 7th year of dance)
Adv. Intermediate (9-10; typically 8th year of dance)
These class are offered once a week for 1 hour and 15 minutes. Students are continued to be exposed to more technical skills in Tap, Ballet and Jazz. Progressions are taught.
Junior Advanced and Ballet I (Ages 10-12; typically 6th-7th grade)
An hour and fifteen minute combined tap and jazz class is offered along with a required hour-long ballet class. Students at this level are introduced to more complicated choreography and combinations along with more advanced technique skills.
Teens and Ballet II (Ages 11-13; typically 7th-8th grade)
An hour and half combined tap and jazz class is offered along with a required hour-long ballet class. Students at this level are introduced to more complicated choreography and combinations along with more advanced technique skills.
Advanced I and Ballet III (Ages 12-14; typically 8th-9th grade)
An hour and forty five minute combined tap and jazz class is offered along with a required hour-long ballet class. Students at this level are introduced to more complicated choreography and combinations along with more advanced technique skills.
Advanced II and Ballet IV (Ages 15-18; typically 10th-12th grade)
A two hour combined tap and jazz class is offered along with a required hour-long ballet class. Students at this level are expected to have mastered the basic skills of kicks, turns, and leaps.
Hip Hop Classes (Offered to Kindergarten and up)
Hip Hop consists of fun energetic "street" moves. Students are grouped according to their school grade level.
Jazz Technique (Offered to ages 7 and up)
Dancers will learn fundamental jazz steps and basic vocabulary through across the floor exercises and simple combinations. Focus will be on body placement, proper technique, stretching and development of jazz skills.
Teaches flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. Learn hand stands, chin stands, elbow stands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance and contortion tricks. Students will also learn partnering tricks, flexibility tricks, tumbling tricks, (back handsprings), and aeriel tricks, (aeriel cartweel, aeriel walkover, and back tuck). This class also promotes excellent body awareness, strength, and control to enhance skills in other subjects. This is an hour long class, once per week. Requirement: Students must be able to execute a front and back walkover.
Regular attendance is mandatory. When an absence cannot be avoided, PLEASE CALL. Missing classes slows progress. If he or she must leave class early, please notify the teacher. Perfect attendance will be awarded to those students who have attended EVERY SCHEDULED CLASS and ARRIVES ON TIME. This includes all classes from the first week of class which began August, 21st.
Ages 3-6: (Petite, Primary, Adv. Primary) Any color leotard, black, pink, or suntan tights, pink ballet shoes, tan tap shoes. Hair in bun or ponytail. Skirts are acceptable.
Ages 7-up: (Combo class) (Beginner and Up) Any style or colored leotard/form fitting crop top, pink, black or suntan tights, jazz pants or hot shorts, pink ballet shoes, suntan jazz shoes, black jazz taps. Hair in bun or ponytail.
Ballet class: Any style black leotards with black hot shorts on top with suntan, black, or pink tights. Hair in bun or ponytail.
Hip Hop: Tennis shoes and comfortable loose clothing.
Any style or colored leotard/form fitting crop top with hot shorts on top. Hair in bun or ponytail.
Jazz Technique: Any style or colored leotard/form fitting crop top, pink, black or suntan tights, jazz pants or hot shorts, suntan jazz shoes. Hair in bun or ponytail.
***Students must have the appropriate shoe for each subject.
Add / Drop Policy
In order to add or drop a class, a two week written notice prior to terminating enrollment is required or tuition will be charged. We will not take verbal cancellations. A cancellation notice must be downloaded from our website and submitted to our office. Once costumes are ordered, the costume balance will be due and no refund will be given on costume payments. All changes in schedule must be made prior to November 1st. If any classes are dropped after November 1st, you are responsible for the remainder of the year’s tuition. The Drop/Add Form can be found here.
Parking Lot Drop Off/Pick Up:
The circular drive is for drop off and pick up ONLY. PLEASE DO NOT BLOCK THE CIRCULAR DRIVE.
Rules and Discipline
Students should arrive 5 minutes before class begins. Class will start on time. Do not drop off students more that 15 minutes prior to the beginning of class.
* Students must be picked up on time.
* All food and drink is to be kept in the lobby, except water bottles.
* No jewelry.
* No gum chewing.
* Excellent behavior is expected.
* Discipline problems will immediately be brought to the attention of the parents.
* Students must remain in the lobby or on the porch until a parent arrives.
Valuable items should not be brought to the dance studio. The Dance Warehouse, Inc. will not be responsible for lost or stolen items. All items left in the studio will be placed in a lost and found box.
After registering your dancer through our website, we will enroll him/her in the appropriate class(es). You will then receive an email with details concerning the day and time of your child's class(es).
2023-2024 Dance Revue - May 12th, 2024
More information about the 2024 Revue will be given out at a later date.
All tickets to our end of the year performance will be reserved seat tickets. The Heymann Performing Arts Center has implemented new policies for all dance studios which includes reserved seating for annual revues. More information will be given at a later date.
Monthly fees will be processed on the 1st of each month, beginning in August and ending in April. The processing method depends on your payment preferences (credit card or Echeck) that have been inputted into your Parent Portal. There will be a $50.00 fee added to your account for Echecks that are returned by your bank. For payments that are not processed automatically through our portal, a $25 per week late fee will be applied to your account if payments are not made by the 1st class of the month.
Classes will not be interrupted to collect tuition or give change. If you choose to pay by check or cash, payments should be placed in the mailbox provided for you in the lobby. Please label checks with your child’s name and put all cash in a labeled envelope. Absences due to illness, vacation, and the like are not deducted from tuition.
The first tuition payment and costume payment will be automatically charged, according to your payment method, on August 1st, 2023. Tuition will be collected August through April. For those who begin classes after August, your payment will be adjusted by the number of months remaining. Students are responsible for tuition payments through April on any class dropped after November 1st.
Your total monthly payment will include:
-Your monthly tuition
-Revue fees ($275 per child)
-Revue t-shirt fees ($30)
-Revue DVD/Recording ($65)
Not included in the monthly payment will be: Costume fees, Picture fees, Production Costume (if applicable), Revue items (tights, shoes, etc.), and Revue Tickets.
If your child is enrolled in our Advanced Intermediate classes or below, costume payments are divided into 2 payments, which are due in addition to tuition payments in August & October.
If your child is enrolled in our Juniors class or above, costume fees are divided into 3 payments, which are due in addition to tuition payments in August, October, & November.
Costume fees do not include any Finale Production number costume.
Q: How much is tuition for my student? A: Tuition varies depending on which classes your child is enrolled. Your monthly installment includes monthly tuition, recital fees, recital T-shirt, and the recital DVD. This information is broken down in the tuition basics and breakdown section above.
Q: When are costume fees paid? A: Costume fees are separated into 2 installments (3 payments if your dancer is enrolled in the Junior level class or above). These payments are due, along with the regular monthly fees, in August and October (& November, if your child’s fees are divided into 3 installments). The payment dates are posted on our calendar, which can be accessed through the Parent Portal.
Q: When is Tuition due? A: Tuition will be charged to your preferred payment method on the 1st of each month, even if the 1st falls on a weekend.
Q: Do I have to use online tuition, or can I still pay with checks? A: Online payments are preferred, and encouraged, for your convenience. Checks and cash will be accepted on the 1st class of each month. These payments can be left in the lobby drop box, labeled with your child’s name.
Q: How do I register if I am a new student? A: We now have online registration; simply click here, fill out and submit it to the studio! Your dancer will not be considered fully registered until the registration fee is paid.
Q: How do I register if I am a returning student? A: Returning students can re-enroll by emailing Renee to have the re-enrollment fee added to your account. Your dancer will not be considered fully registered until the re-enrollment fee is paid.
Q: How do I know what class my child will be in? A: View our Class Curriculum section above to find out more about the classes we offer. Final decisions concerning placement are made by the teacher. Once your child is registered, he/she will be enrolled in a class by the studio. You will then receive a confirmation email with more details. Your dancers' schedules can also be found in your parent portal.
Q: I want to add/drop a class. How do I do that? A: Our Add/Drop policy can be found here. All classes that are dropped or added after initial registration must be submitted via paperwork. A 2 week notice is required to drop a class. You are responsible for fees due during those 2 weeks. COSTUME FEES WILL NOT BE REFUNDED FOR A DROPPED CLASS.
Q: When do classes begin? A: Classes begin August 21st, 2023.
Q: When is the Dance Revue? A: The 2023-2024 Revue is scheduled for May 12th, 2024.
Q: Who receives an award at our Annual Revue? A: Awards are given to those students completing their 3rd, 5th, 7th, 9th and up years of dance, as well as Perfect Attendance. All years of dance transfer over from other studios. Please review your child's years of dance in your portal and confirm that it is correct.