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Important FYI's


Our instructors are committed to creating and maintaining a quality dance education environment for the beginning to advanced level dancer, while at the same time offering a fun and enjoyable dance experience. Our qualified staff will strive to share the beauty and joy of the art of dance with our dancers and the community. We at Attitudes believe in building confidence through praise, encouragement, and positive discipline. Our goal is to see our students excel and reach their fullest potential in and out of the studio.

Studio Etiquette:

• No  gum or food allowed in the dance rooms! Water is fine, but no sticky drinks allowed!

• if the dancer needs to leave early make sure to tell the instructor before class begins.

• Viewing windows in the studio doors are available and will be open from time to time at the instructors discretion; parents may stay in the lobby or run errands while class is in session.

• Dancers are expected to act with respect and kindness toward others. Any student disrupting class will be warned two times and on the third strike will be asked to sit and observe until their behavior is under control. 

Dress Code:

A dress code ensures that a teacher will be able to see a dancer’s alignment and positioning. The teacher needs to be able to see a dancer's mistakes. Baggy clothing can mask bad habits, making corrections impossible. Most dance studios require students to wear a leotard and tights for ballet. A dress code will also teach students discipline, helping with overall focus and energy. By "dressing the part," dancers feel like dancers. Attitudes believes since dance is an art form students may choose colors other than just black leotards to show their expression. Leotards and tights are preferred if your child is taking a ballet class; skirts, skorts, booty shorts or tutus are permitted. Jazz Pants, booty shorts or skirts for Jazz & Tap are permitted for other forms of dance. Put your name in all dance shoes and dancewear in case of loss. If you change shoes during class for a different subject, a dance bag is strongly recommended to avoid “shoe mix-ups. ”PLEASE NOTE: JEANS, JEAN SHORTS, PANTS, DRESSES OR OTHER TYPES OF “SCHOOL ATTIRE” ARE NOT ALLOWED.  If you are unable to change before coming to class, bring class clothes with you to change in the studio bathroom.



Ballet - pink or skin matching ballet shoes for all ballet classes. Boys wear black ballet shoes. 

Hip Hop clean on the sole sneakers, white tennis shoes are preferred. 

Jazz Tan or skin matching jazz shoes. 

Lyrical - Lyrical or jazz shoes are required for lyrical class.

Tap - Black tap shoes are required for all Tap classes. 

School Calendar & Reminders:

September 5th; Dance begins

September 30th: $50 Costume deposit due  

October 15th: Costume payment due

October 31st: Closed for Halloween 

November 15th: Costume payment due

November 2Oth- 24th: Closed for Thanksgiving break

December 15th: Costume payment due 

December 18th- January 1st 2024: Closed for Winter Break. Classes resume Jan 2nd

March 15th -22nd : Closed for Spring Break

Recital Friday May 24th 202 Rehearsal times to be announced

++++ In the case of inclement weather or any other class cancellations you will receive a text, email, and we will also announce on the website and social media. please make sure phone numbers and emails are up to date on Dance Studio Pro.

Monthly Themes:

We will celebrate monthly themes each month: be on the lookout on the website and social media; use your imagination! 

September: Wild About Animals, October: My Favorite Character or Costume, November: Heroes and Heroines, December: It's a Winter Wonderland,  January: Show and Tell- Pajama style, February: Love is in the Air, March: Somewhere Over the Rainbow, April: The Magic of Disney, May: Luau 

dance students on stage
dancers backstage
dancer at the park
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