We accept enrollments for the school year starting in July. We open enrollment to returning students first and reserve space for them. We stop accepting enrollment for the school year in December. As classes fill, a waiting list will be maintained to accommodate additional students as space becomes available.
The first month of tuition and registration fee are due the first day of classes.
Please login to your Danceworks account to see your account bill and setup autopay.
Summer Registration is Open!
Summer Session: July 10 - August 5, 2017
This summer we are offering a month of dance classes in the afternoons with our faculty and guest teachers. Summer classes are a great opportunity to not only improve dance technique, but to try other dance styles as well. Students are encouraged to register for the entire month, however drop-in classes are available with purchase of a class-card. Class-cards can be purchased at the studio during office hours or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org; you must have a Danceworks account setup for Summer in order to buy class-cards.
Enroll your student in the appropriate age level class.
Creative Movement: Age 3 - 4
Pre-Dance: Age 5 - 6
Level 1: Age 7 + Up
Level 2 - 4: By Placement (email email@example.com)
Teen Jazz/Lyrical/Contemporary: Age 12 + Up
Students must be enrolled in Ballet in order to be enrolled in Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical or Contemporary. If your student has prior dance training please email firstname.lastname@example.org for placement information.
Students receive placements for the following School Year around Recital. For Summer, students should be enrolled in the same level they were in during the prior school year. Placements are based on the students ability, drive, and the school population as a whole. Students may be moved around at the beginning of the school year based on level enrollment and the teacher. We put a lot of thought in where each student belongs because we want our students to not only be challenged, but also receive the proper attention and technical training. If students do not have a strong foundation it may be difficult for them to progress.