What is the appropriate class attire and where can it be purchased?

Each Level is designated by the color of their leotards and may be purchased directly from the Academy.

Female Ballet students should be in Black colored leotard, pink tights and pink ballet shoes. Male Ballet students should be in plain white t-shirts, black tights or black jazz pant and black ballet shoes. Ballet shoe strings should be triple knotted and then trimmed and tucked into shoes.

Jazz, Tap, Hip-Hop and Contemporary female students should also be in Black colored leotard along with black tap shorts or leggings and tan jazz or tan tap shoes. Male students should wear plain white t-shirts with black jazz pants, black jazz shoes or black tap shoes.

How do I register for class?

Registration is online through our website. Click “Register Online Today” and follow the prompts. The annual registration fee is $28 for one student or $40 for a family. The registration fee automatically renews one year from your enrollment date.

Do you offer trial classes to new students?

Yes, a new student can try any class on our schedule by paying a drop in fee of $18 per class. You are allowed one drop in per style of dance, i.e. one ballet class, one tap/jazz class, one hip-hop class etc. Should you choose to enroll in one of the classes you dropped into, your fee for that class can be credited towards your tuition. Please register online prior to attending your drop in class and complete the online waivers.




         With so many option for classes/ teachers and the San Ramon location getting a late start, we encourage you to treat the month of August like our summer program. Enroll in the number of classes you would like per week, multiplied by 4 weeks and attended any class in your level (ex: 2 class per week x 4 = total 8 classes in August). This will help you to find the best class for your student. Starting September 1, 2017, all classes must be decided and finalized in your studio director account. While makeup classes are always acceptable, we don’t want students hopping from class to class as we start choreography for the winter show.





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