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4:50 – 6:05

Level II

5:05 - 6:35

Level III




6:15 - 7:45

Level IV/

Advanced ballet

6:35 – 7:35


I & II

7:45 - 8:45

Flamenco beginner



3:30 - 4:15

4 & 5 yrs

4:20 - 5:10

5 & 6 yrs

4:45 - 6:00

Level II, 9-12 yrs


5:10 - 6:30

Lev III, teen intermed


6:15 – 7:45

Adv ballet/partnering


6:30 – 7:30

Flamenco I

7:45 – 9:00

Flamenco II




4:10 - 5:00

4 & 5 yrs


4:35 – 5:35

Level I

5:00 - 6:30

Level IV/

Advanced ballet

6:45 - 8:15 - ContemporaryJazz Adv

6:45 - 8:00

Adult/teen ballet






4:10 - 5:05

6 & 7 yrs



4:50 - 6:05

Level II

5:05 - 6:30

Level III


6:30 - 8:00

Level IV/

Advanced Ballet

6: 15 – 7:30

Jazz Intermed

FRIDAY                    SATURDAY

                                 10:00 - 11:30

                                Level IV/Adv


                                 10:00 - 11:20                                          Level III


                                 11:25 - 12:40

                                 Jazz Intermed/Adv


                                12:45 - 2:00




5:15 - 6:30

Level II

In case of inclement weather and the FWISD schools are closed, we will plan to have classes if the weather clears up by the afternoon.   Please check your email or phone the studio at noon to check the recording to see what has been decided.



Class Schedule 2023 - 24


Labor Day - September 4; Thanksgiving - November 21 - 25 (begins Tuesday); Christmas - December 20 - January 6; Spring Break - March 11 - 16.  No other holidays will be observed.

Other important dates:

December 13 - 19 - Parent observation week in studio

May 4 - Year end Spring Performance at Scott Theater at 2:00 and 6:30 pm


To register online, click the appropriate link below.


New Students Click Here

Parent Portal - Returning Students Click Here

Download Registration form (for manual registration)

Advanced students age 13 and older are encouraged to take four to five classes per week.



Annual Registration Fee $40  (Additional Children $20 each up to $80/family)


Rates are per semester. Full or half tuition installment must accompany Registration form


Fall Semester - August 28 through December 16

Spring Semester - January 6 through May 4

One Class/week      One installment - $320            Monthly* - $80

Two classes/week   One installment - $520            Monthly - $130

Three classes/week  One installment - $680          Monthly - $170

Four classes/week   One installment - $800            Monthly - $200

Five classes/week    One installment - $960            Monthly - $240

Six classes/week     One installment - $1,080          Monthly - $270

Seven classes/wk    One installment - $1,200          Monthly - $300


Prices above are per student per semester. Additional family members with equal or lower tuition receive a family discount of 10% discount off their tuition.


*Monthly tuition installments are due by September 25, October 30, November 27 for the first semester except for September which is due upon registration and will be automatically charged to your credit card unless paid before due date. Second semester tuition is due the first weekday of the month. There are four months in each semester.

Single Class-$20.00 • Private Lesson-$40.00 per ½ hour, $75.00 per hour Semi-Private-$45.00 per person per hour Private and semi-private lessons payable in advance. Please allow a 24 hour notice of any cancellation for private lessons. Any cancellation with less than a 24 hour notice will be obligated for payment for missed lesson. In case of unexpected last minute emergency or illness, same day cancellation may be allowed if notification is received by 9:00 am day of scheduled private, in which case 50% will be charged.

Enrollment in the school is on a semester basis only.  Students who withdraw before the end of the semester are still obligated for the full semester's tuition except in the case of serious illness or injury, to be verified by a doctor’s written confirmation that such condition would preclude student from continued activity along with a projected timeframe for recovery.  There are no refunds, credits or transfers to another semester.  A $15.00 late fee will be added if a payment is more than two weeks late. An additional $15 will be added for each month thereafter that the outstanding balance remains unpaid. Tuition will be pro rated for students who begin mid-semester.

Registration is by the following: Register online (see link above) or send first month’s tuition plus $40.00 REGISTRATION FEE ($20 for additional family members).  Registration is on a first come, first served basis until classes are filled.  Students who begin mid-semester will pay pro-rated tuition. Missed classes may be made up within the semester.

Spring Performance

A vital part of a student's dance training is stage experience.  A year-end student performance will be presented at the Scott Theater at 2:00 and 6:30 pm on Saturday, May 4.  Costume fee of $90 - $100 for the Spring performance will be due by November 13 and a performance fee of $95 will be due on March 18. Students in jazz classes will be charged an additional costume fee. Dancers in additional roles or ballets will also have an additional costume fee.  Additional charges may be added for costumes that need additional work or are more costly.  Additional rehearsals will be held on Saturdays beginning three Saturdays before the performance as well as a staging and dress rehearsal at the theater just prior to the performance day.  There will be a Saturday prior to the performance for photos in costume at the studio. Selected students may also be invited to perform in Ballet Concerto performances at various times during the year.



Pre-school ballet classes are offered for children beginning at three years of age. Movement and musical activities are informally a part of a child's environment from birth.  Research done in recent years substantiates the view of many dance and music educators that early rhythmic and melodic activities can affect a child's understanding and coordination in later years. In the pre-school classes, the children learn to move to different rhythms.  They also learn some basic ballet exercises and terminology such as demi-plié, tendu and port de bras.  They learn to follow directions and to love ballet.





ATTENDANCE: Students are expected to attend all the classes in which they are registered.  Missed classes may be made up within the semester in another class of comparable level. Students must be on time to class. Tardiness disrupts classes and prevents the student from properly warming up. 


OBSERVATION OF CLASSES: Parents or guests are not permitted in the classroom while class is in session.  However, during the last week of classes before Christmas break, parents and other guests will be invited to observe class.


REPEATING LEVELS OF STUDY: Ballet classes do not progress at the same pace as traditional academic grades. It is common for students to repeat levels of study. Two or more years may be required before a student is ready for advancement to the next level. Parents and students ages 7 & up should not anticipate automatic annual level advancements.






4:10 - 4:55

3 & 4 yrs

4:35 – 5:35

Level I


5:00 - 6:30

Level IV/


5:45 – 6:45

Contemp Jazz Beg I & II


6:45 - 8:00

Adult/teen ballet

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