Class Schedule & Information
A TRADITIONAL BALLET SCHOOL.
We offer a full range of ballet classes for ages 3 - adult from Ballet Beginnings to advanced levels and pointe, boys' ballet and partnering, and professional-level classes. We invite prospective students to try a class for free. Please click here for registration, tuition, and policy information, and please contact us if you are interested in joining any of our classes.
Most classes in both studios are offered in person, with some online via Zoom. We are following the Governor's guidelines in our studios for social distancing, etc. in an effort to prevent the spread of COVID-19. For instance, class sizes are very limited.
Registration. All students must pay an annual, one-time registration fee of $45 due at the time of registration. New students may register at any time during the year. New students and dancers with recent experience elsewhere are encouraged to schedule a free placement class. This offers the student a chance to see our facilities and allows the instructor to make an accurate recommendation for future class placement. Please contact us about discussing proper class placement. Continuing students will receive an automatic class placement.
Tuition. Tuition is due the 23rd of the month for the month ahead (please refer to our registration form for payment details). It is paid in advance for all classes for which you have enrolled, and if you miss a class you can do a make-up. If you are going away or know you will be missing a class, you still pay for that class. Tuition that has been paid in advance is non-refundable.
For registered students, pricing is determined by class length/type as follows:
45 min: $12.00/class
1 hr: $16.00/class
1.25 hrs: $17.50/class
1.5 hrs: $19.00/class
2 hrs: $24.00/class
There is a 10% tuition discount for more than one child in a family.
For non-enrolled drop-ins:
1 hr: $22.00/class
1.5 hrs: $28.00/class
2 hrs: $35.00/class
1. Class placement is made at the Director's discretion.
2. Most students work at the same level for one or more years.
3. Entire classes do not advance to the next level as a unit. Students with poor attendance may not progress at the same rate as students who attend consistently or who are enrolled in additional classes.
4. Students or parents may request re-evaluations at any time during the year.
5. Students dropping out of class during the school year will not recieve an automatic class placement recommendation for advancement to the next level for the next year.
6. Students who do not complete semesters due to excessive absences, tardiness, illness, or injuries will require additional remedial classes for advancement to the next level for the next year.