DRESS CODE

All students must wear a cover-up to and from class. Proper dance wear is required for all classes. Students must wear comfortable form-fitting dance attire to display proper body alignment and allow for easy movement. No baggy t-shirts, baggy shorts, blue jeans, no jewelry or other inappropriate attire will be allowed. Hair should always be securely pulled away from the face.

Dress Code:

Discover with Me: Comfortable clothes to move, play and dance in. No jeans. Bare feet or ballet slippers only, please no socks.

DiscoverTots: Solid color leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. Boys should wear black ballet shoes, shorts, and a t-shirt.

DiscoverDance: Solid color leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes. Boys should wear black ballet shoes, shorts, and a t-shirt.

KinderDance: Solid color leotard, pink tights or tan tights, and pink ballet shoes. Boys should wear black ballet shoes, shorts, and a t-shirt.

Ballet: Solid color leotard, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes.

Jazz: Leotard, short or leggings, tights, and slip-on jazz shoes.

Tap: Leotard, shorts or leggings, tights, and black tie tap shoes.

Hip Hop: Comfortable clothing and clean sneakers. (No baggy pants or jeans)

Boys Hip Hop: Comfortable clothing and clean sneakers (no baggy pants or jeans)

Leaps & Turns: Leotard, shorts or leggings, tights, and jazz shoes.

Musical Theater: Leotard, shorts or leggings, tights, tap shoes, and jazz shoes.

Acro: Leotard, shorts, tights, and bare feet. No socks.

Check out our online store with the button below!

CARE OF STUDENTS

The studio is not responsible for providing before or after class care for students. Students are not to be left at the space for excessive periods of time before or after class. May be subject for additional charges.

PHOTO RELEASE

The studio is hereby granted permission to take photographs of the students to use in brochures, website, posters, advertisements, and other promotional material the studio creates. Permission is also granted for the studio to copyright such photographs in its name.

CLASS ETIQUETTE

Here is a link to a great guide for our expectations: