New students may register at any time during the year and will be prorated into the month they start then assume listed monthly payments. All new students are encouraged to schedule a placement assessment to ensure proper class placement. This also offers the student a chance to see our facilities and allows the director/instructor to make an accurate recommendation for future class placement.
The Dance Annex accepts Cash, Check or Credit Card. Payments may be made online via a payment link on the website. A $20 late fee will be added for payments not received within 5 days of the due date. A $30 fee is charged for returned checks. Student accounts must be paid in full to register for new sessions, including new school years, and all summer workshops. Payments are due the first week of each dance month Sept.-May.
The Dance Annex keeps the health of it's staff and dancers and families a priority and follows the latest CDC guidelines regarding the coronavirus.
All cleaning and sanitizing routines will remain in place. Masks may be required in high transmission times.
Choose a class or classes for your dancer
Drop into any open house/registration hours to confirm class placement, fill out all required paperwork and make a payment (Sept.+ registration fee). Cash and checks preferred, credit cards accepted. Online payments will be accepted beginning in October.
All families are to register BEFORE the first day of class.
YOung Children's Programming 2023-2024
Kidancery classes, Ages 3-5 are Non-recital classes and run in 4, seven-week sessions, approximately.
Cost: $105 per session, with a one-time yearly registration of $15
Note: *Session 2 is a 6-week session. Kidancery must be potty trained. Session dates are subject to change.
**Please place a courtesy call or email to the school or teacher before the start of each class if for any reason a student is unable to attend class. Attendance is taken at each class. Good attendance is very important to each dancer’s success as well as the progress the class makes as a whole. Please make every effort to have your child at class each week. Missing classes is inevitable, but excessive absences can affect progress both individually and as a group.
In the event of a dancer falling ill, please keep them home from class in order to reduce the chance of spreading illness. If a dancer is injured, they are encouraged to attend and observe class.