Fees must be paid and appropriate forms must be completed prior to continuing class. Please contact the School Administrator at 972-985-1374 for further details.


Observation Policy:

There will be no observation allowed in the studios. Siblings and parents peering through the windows and doors can easily distract young children. There is also no need to enter the studio to assist your child with shoe changes or bathroom breaks. If an instructor needs your assistance, he or she will come to the lobby to get you. We hold a parent observation week each semester for parents and families.


Placement Policy

Students are evaluated individually and placed in appropriate levels based on a variety of criteria including age, knowledge and execution of ballet technique, physique, personal strength development and regular attendance. Highly qualified instructors assess class placement as to the best interest for the child’s potential growth, and the child’s social circles are not always the priority. New students who wish to enroll after the start of the new school year must schedule a placement class with the School Administrator. Students will be evaluated during these classes and placed in the appropriate level.


required attire:

Dance clothing and costumes are considered inappropriate street wear. Both young dancers and adult students are asked to wear street clothes and shoes to and from the studio. Shoes must be worn in and around the building.   Students will not be allowed to participate in class without proper attire. In order for the faculty to offer the highest quality of injury free and anatomically correct instruction, the full anatomy must be seen; therefore no rubber pants, leg warmers, or sweat pants are permitted in any class. Also, no jewelry, other than pierced ear studs, may be worn in class.

dress code for professional preparatory students


Please contact us with questions you may have regarding our policies or school in general.

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