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Farmington, Missouri
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We offer combination classes grouped by age/grade.
(Groupings listed are approximate.  Please note that students do not automatically
move up based on the number of years they have danced.)

Ballet & Tap Combo class

Preschool 1– Ages 3-4 60 min class, 2 recital dances

Preschool 2 - Ages 4˝-5 (pre-K & K) 60 min class, 2 recital dances

Ballet, Tap & Jazz Combo class

Elementary Level 1 – Grades 1st-3rd 90 min class, 3 recital dances
Elementary Level 2 – Grades 2nd-4th* 90 min class, 3 recital dances
Intermediate Level 1  – Grades 4th-6th 90 min class, 3 recital dances
Intermediate Level 2 – Grades 5th-8th* 90 min class, 3 recital dances
Teens – Grades 7th-12th 90 min class, 3 recital dances
Adv  – Grades 9th-12th 90-120 min class, 3-4 recital dances
*by invitation only

Adult Classes
based on interest
(combo or separate)

Monthly Tuition
60 minute class ∙ $50 per month
90 minute class ∙ $65 per month
All tuition due by the 7th of each month
Registration Fee
$30 single student ∙ $45 family

Ready to Enroll?

- Classes grouped by age or ability level and subject to instructor's decision.
- A placement evaluation class is available for transferring students.
- Smaller class sizes for safety & individualized instruction.

There's no magic number as to when a student will excel in dance classes, however, before age 3, children's attention span & ability to listen and follow directions has not been established. By age 3, children are usually potty trained, are ready to pay attention to the teacher and cooperate with the others in their class.

In the event of a class dropping below the minimum class size of 4 students, we reserve the right to move the class and recommend students to another class where appropriate.

Students do not always move up to the next level according to the amount of years that they have studied dance. They must be able to execute proper technique for each movement for that level. Once the teacher or director has determined that the student is ready to move up, then and only then will they be able to do so. Some students may take several years and others only one, according to natural ability, effort, and practice. Poor attendance will affect progression.

We look for several things in determining placement of our students including sound technical understanding, comprehension of the specific concepts and a strong level of confidence in their dancing. Students are placed with only the best intentions of the teacher and the concern that the student is placed at a level where they will be challenged, not frustrated.

If students are transferring from another studio we will ask them to take a class to determine their placement—generally at a level where we feel they will be comfortable enough to show their true ability. After their initial class we will speak with the parent and student about the best class for them to continue to achieve their goals.

The instructor has the final decision on any student’s placement in class.

Farmington, MO

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