Dress Code is extremely important! Dressing appropriately for class not only provides functionality for movement but also allows the teacher to see proper body placement. Furthermore, it encourages unity and shows respect for the art of dance.

  • All dancers should keep their hair up and out of their face.
  • Absolutely no street clothes will be allowed during class – (except for hip hop classes).
  • No jewelry.
  • An appropriate cover-up to and from class is suggested.
  • Please label all shoes and bags.

Creative Movement (ages 2 1/2 – 3 1/2) – any style leotard and tights or socks. A ballet skirt is acceptable but not required. Pink ballet shoes.

Combination Classes I – IV (ages 3 – 8) – any style leotard and tights (no bare legs!). A ballet skirt is acceptable but not required. Pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Tap shoes need either elastic or tap ties to avoid having to stop class to tie shoes.

Pre-Jazz (ages 6 – 8) – any style leotard and tights. Jazz pants or tight fitting dance shorts are acceptable. Black slip-on jazz shoes.

Ballet I – IV (ages 8 and up) – any style leotard and tights. A ballet skirt is acceptable but not required. Pink ballet shoes – (preferably split-sole).

Jazz I – V (ages 8 and up) – any style leotard and tights. Jazz pants or tight fitting dance shorts are acceptable . Black slip-on jazz shoes.

Tap I – IV (ages 8 and up) – any style dance or active wear. Black oxford tap shoes with a strong toe box are preferred.

Hip Hop – any comfortable active wear – t-shirts and shorts are acceptable. Tennis shoes – like Converse or Keds are fine.

Boys in combo classes or ballet/jazz technique classes – white t-shirt or tank, black fitted dance pants or shorts, black ballet shoes, black tap shoes.

Boogie Babies and adult dance students should wear clothes that are comfortable and easy to move in.

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