Tuition & Class Descriptions
Monthly Tuition Rates
Registration - $35 (one-time fee)
Late Tuition Penalty - $30
Drop In - $40 per class
Returned Check Fee - $35
30 minute class - $50
45 minute class - $58
60 minute class - $65
90 minute class - $92
2 Hours -$110
3 Hours -$147
4 Hours -$181
5 Hours -$204
6 Hours -$229
7 Hours -$250
8 Hours -$278
9 Hours -$295
Unlimited - $295
Family Discount - 20% Off
TOLL ROAD Discount - 5% Off
Private Session Rates
30 minute Solo - $45
45 minute Solo - $55
60 minute Solo - $65
30 minute Duet - $30 each
45 minute Duet - $40 each
60 minute Duet - $50 each
30 minute Trio - $25 each
45 minute Trio - $35 each
60 minute Trio - $45 each
To schedule a private lesson, please speak with your instructor or contact the studio.
All tuition payments are due the first class of each month. Any account more than 15 days late will be subject to a $30.00 late fee.
Students with accounts more than 30 days overdue will not be allowed to attend class(es) until all overdue amounts are paid.
Return checks will be charged a $35.00 return check fee.
Ballet: Beauty, flow and elegance are inherent in the elements of ballet. Ballet is the classical dance form that can be mastered by itself or used as a technical base or supplement to other dance forms. Classes focus on overall body alignment and awareness with an emphasis on proper usage of feet and legs and execution of turnout. Carriage and usage of the upper torso and arms are also stressed. Traditional barre work, center work, and combinations are included in all classes.
Ballet & Jazz Combo: Classes are designed for younger students in an effort to spark and maintain their interest, while exposing them to different styles of dance, providing them with well-rounded dance education. Children at this age level require a lot of encouragement and personal attention to keep their focus, in order to develop the disciplines needed to unveil their hidden talents. Our ballet & jazz combo classes offer a fun-filled adventure in the world of dance. Children are encouraged to dance using simple movements. The emphasis of the combo dance class is to provide fun and enrichment while developing coordination skills and overall dance fitness.
Ballet & Tap Combo: Classes are designed for younger students in an effort to spark and maintain their interest, while exposing them to different styles of dance, providing them with well-rounded dance education. Children at this age level require a lot of encouragement and personal attention to keep their focus, in order to develop the disciplines needed to unveil their hidden talents. Our ballet & tap combo classes offer a fun-filled adventure in the world of dance. Children are encouraged to dance using simple movements. The emphasis of the combo dance class is to provide fun and enrichment while developing coordination skills and overall dance fitness.
Comp. Technique: This class is designed for our company dancers and is rounded in the structure of classical dance, dance technique is an important building block for the student wanting to be the very best dancer they can be. Dance technique works on fundamentals developed in the disciplines of ballet. We call it technique because we direct our attention toward Lyrical Modern dance rather than the strict structure of Classical Ballet. The flow of movement, alignment, and strength building technique are the focus of this essential course of study. Beginning students work on fundamental positions, posture, feet execution, basic jumps, and basic turns. Intermediate and advanced students work on advanced footwork, extension, turns, leaps, and jumps
Contemporary & Improv: The class’s focus is its technique. Contemporary dance tends to utilize both the strong and controlled legwork of ballet and modern dance's stress on the torso, and also employs contract-release, floor work, fall and recovery, and improvisation characteristic of modern dance. Unpredictable changes in rhythm, speed, and direction are often used, as well.
Creative Movement for Tots: Classes are designed for the beginning stages of movement students in an effort to spark and maintain their interest. Children at this age level require a lot of support and personal attention to keep their focus, in order to develop the disciplines needed to unveil their hidden talents. Children are encouraged to dance using simple movements.
Endurance & Tone: Dancers need lots of endurance so we combine cardio intervals with toning exercises. Our instructors will guide you through movements beneficial to resolving pain, preventing injury, and optimizing your total fitness performance.
Hip-Hop: A high-energy class that uses the latest sounds in rap, R&B, and pop music together with movements influenced by some of today’s hottest video choreographers. Hip hop encompasses movement that has elements of poppin', locking, and breaking as well as freestyle movement to give students the opportunity to develop their own sense of style. Hip-hop is urban, it’s street, it’s diverse and forever changing.
Jazz: An exciting and ever evolving dance form full of rhythm, syncopation, passion, and life. Steeped in the rhythm of jazz music, a true American art form, jazz dance brings energy and life to all those who dance it. Classes explore body isolations of the head, shoulders, ribcage, feet, and arms and encourage individual expression and the development of personal style. Jazz can be powerful and percussive or expressive and lyrical. Ever evolving, jazz dance is taught with the music of today together with the classical jazz of yesterday. Classes teach basic jazz dance technique, terminology and movement quality with an emphasis on proper execution of jazz isolations, rhythms, and style performed to contemporary music.
Leaps & Turns: A technique class that is dedicating to learning, improving, and perfecting technique in jumps, kicks, turns, etc. Students learn the difference between the type of turns and the types of leaps.
Lyrical: Lyrical dance is the fusion of ballet and jazz technique. Expression from inner emotions is a primary factor in choreographing and interpreting this art form. Lyrical dance interprets music and words, showing the emotion of the contents of the music.
Pre-Pointe: Dancers will learn exercises to prepare them for pointe work. The instructor will determine when the student is ready to go on pointe. The dancer must be at an etiquette level of ballet or has permission from the instructor.
Pointe: Students will be placed on pointe after completing our pre-pointe program and being individually assessed by the instructor and/or director. This placement is at the discretion of the instructor and director. Dancers must be accomplished in ballet and show a consistent level of technique and strength before they will be allowed to dance on pointe shoes.
Tap: Classes emphasize the development and strengthening of basic tap technique and terminology highlighting the importance of rhythm and sound. Tap focuses on rhythms and intricate footwork, creating a percussion instrument out of the dancer’s feet. Just like jazz vocalists who add rhythms to music by scatting, tappers add their voice by “scatting” with their feet. Rhythm tap tends to be a heavier or harder-hitting form of tap than Broadway tap, and sounds are made not only with the bottom of the shoe, but also with the back, sides, and tip.
Tumbling: This class focuses on strength and tumbling drills that will build dance-related gymnastics skills. Beginners will work on strengthening handstands, cartwheels, bridges, and rolls, as well as drills for round offs, and walkovers. Intermediates have mastered these skills and will work on perfecting their aerials, handsprings, and walkovers. Advanced students have already grasped above skills, and will work on round off back handsprings, front handsprings, front/back tucks, front aerials, and more.