July 14th, 2014
by admin

Tuition Rates

Tuition is based per family.

Number of classes per week







7 or more

Monthly tuition








Tuition Policies

  • Tuition is due the first week of classes each month. Tuition remains the same regardless of absences. Make-up classes will be available if desired.

  • A $20.00 registration fee per student is due at time of registration, or may be paid with the first month’s tuition.

  • A $10.00 late fee will be assessed to all accounts not current on the 16th of each month, unless other arrangements have been made.

  • Tuition payments will reserve your space in the class.  Because class size is carefully monitored, refunds will not be made for absences or for class drops

Annual Performance

  • A $25 recital fee will be due in April for each student.

  • A costume deposit of $15.00 per costume will be due on November 15. Another deposit of $15.00 per costume will be due on January 15th.  Costume balances will be due on March 15th.

  • Costume prices for each class will average a cost of $40-$80 per costume.

Inclement Weather Policy

In the event of inclement weather we will attempt to notify you as soon as possible of class cancellation.  Generally decisions to cancel classes will be made by 3:00 PM of the day in question.

Methods for notification:

  • Email is the number one way we will notify you.  Make sure to check your email account if it the weather is questionable.

  • If possible we will leave information on the answering machine message at 325-672-6468.  Also, cancellations will be posted in the “news” section on the home page.

  • We will notify KEAN radio and KTXS TV.

Class Preparation

  • Please try to arrive at least 5 minutes before your scheduled class time to allow time to be in proper dance attire and that you are ready to begin class.

  • Parents, please see to it that your little one takes a trip to the bathroom before classes begin.  We will, of course, help any student who needs to use the restroom during class, but a quick trip before class begins will significantly reduce class interruptions.  We will be sure to give the students a drink break during class.  Your help is this matter is greatly appreciated.

Discipline procedure

Our instructors have been directed to enforce class rules and maintain an orderly classroom, which will provide the best learning environments for our students.  However, first on our list of priorities is providing a positive experience for each student.

  • If a student is having trouble following class rules or participating in class, the teacher will first give them a reminder of what is expected of the student.

  • If the problem continues, the teacher will give younger students a time out in the classroom, and send older students out of the classroom.

  • If the problem is still not corrected with young students, the child will then be sent out to Mom or Dad.

Please let your child’s instructor know if you will not be in the waiting area, or if you prefer another mode of discipline.