A non-refundable registration fee of $50 per dancer is due upon registering for classes. We encourage students to attend a trial class for $20 before registering. The $20 trial class fee will go towards registration fee.

One class per week

          $75/month

 

Each additional class per week

          $66/month

 

Unlimited (per individual dancer)

Six or more classes a week

$380/month

A late fee of $25.00 will be automatically added to a family account if tuition is not paid in full by the 5th of each month. An additional $10 will be added for each additional week that tuition is not paid.

Students will be asked to sit their class if tuition fees are not paid by the second class of the month and will not be admitted into class if not paid by the third class. We reserve the right to drop any student for any reason including; excessive lateness or absences, disruptive or unacceptable behavior, non-payment of tuition or other charges.

Recital fees must be paid in full by November 22, 2019. Should a student register after November 22, 2019, recital fee is due no later than one month after registration.

 

Recital Fee: $250

Sibling $200

 

Recital fee includes:

Two tickets (per dancer) to Recital

One costume

Copy of the recital performance

All students are expected to participate in the recital. Please note that recital fees are non-refundable.  Costumes will be ordered and distributed once fees have been paid in full.

We are open all Monday Holidays unless specified.

Studio closed on:
Labor Day – September 2nd, 2019

Thanksgiving – November 25th – December 1st, 2019 (Classes resume Monday, December 2nd, 2019)

Winter Break – Mon. December 23rd – Sunday January 5th, 2020 (Classes resume Monday, January 6th, 2020)

Spring Break – Mon. March 23rd – Sun. March 29th, 2020 (Classes resume Monday, March 30th, 2020)

Memorial Day – Monday, May 25th, 2020

 

Recital Dress Rehearsal: May 30, 2020

Recital: May 31, 2020

Company Dancers Dine Out at Muddy Waters

Join us on Sunday, December, 15 from 4pm-7pm for a Dine Out with the Studio C Company Dancers. A portion of sales will be generously donated by JByrd’s Muddy Watersto help send our talented dancers off to competition! Thank you in advance for your support and we look forward to seeing you on December 15!

Do not bring food or gum into the studio.

Students must be picked up promptly inside the studio.

No smoking or eating allowed inside the studio.

Please observe dress code.

Students will be asked to sit their class if tuition fees are not paid by the second class of the month and will not be admitted to class if not paid by the third class.

We reserve the right to drop from our register any student for any reason including:

Excessive lateness or absence

Disruptive behavior

Non-payment of tuition or other charges

Dress Code

All Classes

Hair must be pulled up and secured for all classes

No baggy shirts in class

No jewelry!

For your convenience, some items are available for purchase at the studio. Please see front desk for details.

Combo Classes

Pink leotard

Pink tights

Pink ballet shoes

Tan tap shoes

Ballet: Girls

Black leotard

Pink tights

Pink ballet shoes

Hair must be pulled up and secured in a bun!

No sweats!

Ballet warmups and legwarmers permitted during warm up only.

Ballet: Boys

White or black t-shirt

Black ballet shoes

Dance belt

NO SWEATS!

Jazz

Tan jazz shoes

Solid-colored or black leotard

No t-shirts

No sweats

Solid-colored leggings permitted

Jazz Shorts permitted

Lyrical/Contemporary/Modern

Solid top or leotard

No sweats

Solid-colored leggings permitted

Jazz Shorts permitted

Turners or Foot Undies permitted

Tap

Tan tap shoes

Solid-colored shirt

Solid-colored leggings permitted

Jazz shorts permitted

Acro

Bike pants or dance shorts

Tan stir-up/ankle tights

No shoes

Hip Hop

Dedicated sneakers or dance sneakers

T-shirts permitted

Sweatpants permitted

Leggings and jazz shorts permitted

Studio C Dance & Performing Arts

2019/2020 Code of Conduct

 

Attendance

Students are expected to be present and on time for all classes. Please notify school if you expect to be absent. Students that are late without prior notice may be asked to sit out of class.

Should a student have to miss class, please inform the front desk immediately and provide the reason for the absence.

Students must be picked up promptly inside the studio.

 

Housekeeping

No gum or outside food in class. Water permitted.

No smoking or eating allowed inside the studios or lobby.

 

Respectfulness

Parents are not permitted to enter studios and/or open studio doors once classes have begun.

Students and parents must be respectful of the instructors during class. Interruptions of any kind are not permitted.

Students must be respectful of each other. Physical contact, choice language, negative body and/or attitude will not be tolerated.

 

Dress Code

All dancers must be prepared for class with the appropriate attire and shoes. This includes hair in a secured ponytail and/or bun for ballet.

No excessive jewelry including rings, bracelets, necklaces, and dangling earrings. Studs are allowed.

Dancers that do not follow the dress code rules may be asked to sit out of class.

 

Tuition

Tuition is due on the first of each month. A $25 late fee will be charged on for payments up to a week late. An additional $10 per week will be charged thereafter until payment is received.

A $25 fee will be charged for bounced checks.

Students will be asked to sit their class if tuition fees are not paid by the second class of the month and will not be admitted into class if not paid by the third class.

We reserve the right to drop from our register any student for any reason including:

  • Excessive lateness or absence
  • Disruptive behavior
  • Non-payment of tuition or other charges

 

Company Dancers: In addition to the above…

Two or more unexcused absences will place a Company Dancer on probation.

Two or more unexcused tardiness will place a Company Dancer on probation.

Unexcused tardiness or absence from a performance will not be tolerated. If this should occur, the dancer will not perform and will be immediately placed on probation.

Absences the week leading up to any performance will not be tolerated and a dancer will not be permitted to perform should an unexcused absence occurs.

Company dancers must arrive in appropriate attire for all Company rehearsals:

  • All black
  • Appropriate shoes
  • Hair pulled back neatly (ponytail and/on bun permitted)
  • No excessive jewelry
  • No baggy clothing

Students are expected to be present and on time for all classes. Please notify school if you expect to be absent.

Parents must pick up children inside the studio promptly at the end of class. If a parent is unable to come into the studio, please let the manager on duty know so that an instructor can escort the child safely.

We work hard to make the dance experience organized and fun. Keeping you informed is one of our primary goals. You will receive frequent informative emails throughout the year. Notes and important updates are no longer printed and handed out to our students at the conclusion of class. They are emailed and posted to our website and social media. Please make sure you give us an email address that you check daily/frequently.  We ask that you check your emails on all dance days.

If you have any questions regarding the information posted, we encourage you to contact the office at (561) 488-1961 or email us at studiocboca@gmail.com

If you have any questions please check our website for the answers. If you cannot find the answer please contact the studio.

Use of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Pinterest, blogging, and other online social media is commonplace. This policy is intended to provide Studio C Dance & Performing Arts, students, and parents with guidelines to eliminate any confusion concerning the use of social media.

You do not have permission to reveal any information that compromises Studio C Dance & Performing Arts. By that, we mean you are forbidden to share personal information about the director, other students or their families, or anything that is proprietary and/or confidential to them.

Students and parents should neither claim nor imply that they are speaking on behalf of Studio C Dance & Performing Arts.

Never post anything that could compromise the self-esteem of our students.

Respect the law, including those laws governing defamation, discrimination, harassment, and copyright and fair use. Parents and students should never post negative comments about other schools or teachers. Also, please do not post negative comments about school activities such as competitions, conventions, and performances, or about the directors of those events.

No student is allowed to “friend” any staff member’s personal page until after they graduate from high school.

Students can contact staff members through the front desk staff.

Social Media is a great outlet for supporting our studio so make sure to continually post photos and positive comment from all dance experiences.

If you choose to post videos of routines, please only post clips of the routine. Do not post the routine in it’s entirety. This leaves us open to having our choreography stolen by competing studios.

We are happy to have you tag Studio C Dance & Performing Arts all over the internet!