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No, they will be enrolled in a class with students in their own age group. Most of our classes have both new and current students; more than likely, they will meet another student in their class who is also a beginner. Our upper level dance and gymnastics classes are grouped by skill.
Yes. Dancers: We have two (low pressure) performances each year. In March/April we try to take the dance classes to the local retirement homes. In May we have our dance recitals. They are “real” shows that take place in a big theatre with lighting, sound, costuming and staging. Gymnasts: We have a Gymnastics Showcase in May. For more information on location, date & times for the performances click here.
Yes. Two of our studios and our gym have a waiting-room area in which parents can watch from during class. Studio 3 has a closed circuit TV in the waiting area. We host two “Parent Visit Days” per year: the first lesson of November and the first lesson of February.
Our gymnastics classes are divided into levels. Our introductory levels start at 1 Star and go to 3 Star. Then our classes are listed Levels 1-4 depending on experience. Click here for more details on gymnastics levels.
Young dancers are always enthusiastic about beginning dancing en Pointe too soon. If a child has had good ballet training they will begin Pointe work around the age of 11 or 12. If care is not taken, lifelong disabilities can result from starting Pointe before supple bodies are strong enough and muscles are properly developed.
Ballet is the foundation of all other dance forms. By learning the correct terminology, each dance movement will be easier to execute. Dancers are only made through hours of practicing technique to perfect control of every part of the mind and body.
Tuition is due before the 10th of each month, unless you have arranged otherwise. A $10 late fee will be added to accounts that have a balance due on the 11th of the month. We accept cash, check or credit card for tuition payments. Tuition is charged automatically on the first of each month September through May for all registered students, regardless of vacation or absence. We do not prorate if you are absent or away on vacation. No adjustments, credits or transfers will be made for missed lessons. Make-up classes are available.
Sometimes certain classes or times fill up faster than others. When a class is full, you have the option to join the Wait List for that class. Sometimes people move around and a spot opens up. In the meantime, it’s best to select another class until that class may open up.
Dance teachers will keep a close eye on each student’s progress to ensure they’re placed in the appropriate grade for their age/skill level. Gymnasts test in November and March and our coaches will move them to the next level when they have passed off their current skills.