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DANCE STUDIO B requests a dress code to ensure that the faculty can see proper alignment and technique. A dress code limits distractions and creates a sense of unity among the students. We recommend Discount Dance Supply for shoes, leotards, and other dance accessories. 





















*Hair must be properly secured by being tied up into a pony tail or bun in the case of ballet classes

*For safety, jewelry is not allowed unless it is earring studs.


  • Regular attendance is required. For dancers to be in optimal shape, and to protect their bodies, we require regular attendance.

  • Arrive promptly for class. 15 minutes early is recommended to allow for enough time to settle in and get ready for class.

  • If you are more than 10 minutes late for a class, you will be asked to sit out and take notes. We do this to protect our student's well-being. If they miss the warm-ups at the beginning of class, then it is no longer safe to dance. It is also beneficial to observe a class every once in a while. Learning can happening in many different ways.

  • If a student misses a class, it is their responsibility to find a make-up class. We want you to get your money’s worth of classes, and we offer many options so that making-up a class is easy.

  • Class cancellations due to bad weather will be announced on the studio phone and Facebook.

  • Do not wear your dance shoes outside of the studio space. It is very harmful to the dance floor and to the dance shoes to wear them outside of a classroom. 

  • Please no chewing gum. It is very difficult to clean up gum, and it is considered “bad form” in classical studies to be chewing while you are learning.

  • Only water is permitted in the studio space. Water is the most natural form of hydration and helps keep are space clean!

  • No cell phones or computers may be used during class time. (This means no emailing, Internet use, or text messaging.)

  • Hygiene is one of the most important parts of being a dancer. We endorse the use of deodorant, clean bodies, and clean clothing to help make the space ultimately enjoyable.

  • Allow your body language to communicate how happy you feel in class. In dance class, there is no leaning or hanging on the ballet barres. Crossed arms and frowning faces give the impression you are not a happy camper. Let’s have fun in class instead!

  • Remember to thank your teachers at the end of every class. Your teachers work very hard to share their passion with you. A “thank you” goes a long way to making our day! Also, don’t forget to thank those awesome parents, too!

  • Most importantly, have the time of your life!

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