have a positive attitude
A positive attitude promotes energy and excitement for learning. Although dance can be a challenging skill to learn, if your child gets down on themselves for making a mistake, it will only hinder their progress. Dance, like many other sports, teaches children about failure and perseverance. Help your child maintain a positive attitude by encouraging them to take note of three positive experiences they had after each class, and remind them of these things when their next class begins.
All students and parents/guardians are expected to be respectful, supportive, and encouraging to each other and to the Studio’s instructors and staff. Students are expected to try their best during each class.
Please be mindful of classes in session and keep noise to a minimum while in the lobby. All outdoor shoes must be left at the entrance. Parents/guardians may wait in the lobby while students are in class and are not permitted to observe the class unless expressly invited by the teacher.
student lounge + food
The student lounge is for dancers only and is monitored by camera. Food may only be consumed in the student lounge and each student is responsible for cleaning up after eating. Students are not permitted to share food or drinks, and no food or drinks may be left overnight at the Studio. Only bottled water is permitted in the dance studios and all water bottles must be labeled for each student to prevent unintentionally drinking from the incorrect water bottle. Chewing gum is not permitted anywhere at the Studio.
Parents/guardians are not permitted to take photos or videos at the Studio without the prior consent of the instructor. Students may be photographed at the Studio and at performances, and the Studio is permitted to use any photos or videos for advertising and on its website.