*Tights that are sold at the studio are footed, transition, or stirrup Capezio Ultra soft tights in Ballet Pink (BPK) and Light Suntan (LSN). While these are not required for class, they are required for all performances.
PS1, PS2, Child
Attire: Black leotard, any style and BPK tights. Ballet sweaters, skirts and tutus are permitted to be worn in any color. Hair pulled back.
Shoes: Pink ballet slippers & white tie/elastic tap shoes
Elem 1 & 2, Jazz 1 & 2
Attire: Black leotard, any style and BPK or LSN Tights. Ballet sweaters, skirts, tutus, and shorts are permitted to be worn in any color. Hair pulled back.
Shoes: Pink leather ballet slippers, tan tie/elastic tap shoes, caramel stretch jazz shoe (Capezio #EJ2 or similar) if taking jazz
Level 1-3 Ballet, Tap, Jazz & Lyrical - no baggie shirts, sweatshirts or pants allowed
Attire: Black leotard and BPK or LSN Tights*, hair pulled back
Ballet- Hair in a bun, ballet sweaters and skirts ONLY are permitted over leo
*only BPK tights are permitted for Open Ballet 2/3 on Thurs and Sat
Jazz & Tap- Jazz shorts or leggings permitted over leotard and tights
Lyrical- Any color leotard, jazz shorts or leggings permitted over leo & tights
Shoes: Ballet- Pink ballet slippers
Jazz- Caramel stretch jazz shoe (Capezio #EJ2 or similar)
Tap- Level 1 & 2: Tan tie/elastic tap shoe (Capezio jr. tyette or similar)
Level 3: Black, full sole, tie tap shoe (Capezio #CJ17 or similar)
Lyrical- half sole lyrical shoe (‘Angelo Luzio’ by Body Wrappers or similar)
Level 4-5 Ballet, Tap, Jazz & Lyrical- no baggie shirts, sweatshirts or pants allowed
Attire: Ballet- Any color leotard, PBK tights. Hair in a bun, ballet sweaters and skirts ONLY over leo
Jazz, Tap, & Lyrical - Any color leotard, or supportive bra top and leggings. LSN tights are required if
wearing shorts. Hair in a bun for tap.
Shoes: Ballet- Pink canvas ballet slippers
Jazz- Caramel stretch jazz shoe (Capezio #EJ2 or similar)
Tap- Black, full sole, tie tap shoe (Capezio #CJ17 or similar)
Lyrical- half sole lyrical shoe, socks, or bare feet
Hip Hop & Pom
Attire: Comfortable attire that is easy to move in, NO jeans!
Shoes: Sneakers worn only in the studio (specific color/s will be given after costumes are chosen)
Attire: Any color leotard or fitted long top, with leggings or shorts and footless tights
Shoes: Bare feet
Attire: Black pants or shorts and white or black t-shirt,
Shoes: Black tap shoes, ballet slippers, jazz shoes, tan lyrical shoes (same style as level)
For your convenience, Dance Attire is sold throughout the year at the studio.
A non-refundable $30 per family is due upon registration with the first installment to reserve class space. This registration fee will help defer the cost any studio information supplied to students throughout the year including newsletters, brochures, letters, software programs etc.
Tuition is a yearly fee broken into 10 equal payments. *Payment can be accepted by check, cash or credit card anytime up to the due date. Any balance remaining will be charged automatically. If a credit card on file does not work it will be tried again every 7 days. Accounts with non-working credit cards that are not updated by the 8th of each month will be charged a $20/month fee.
A - PAY IN FULL (non-refundable)
B - Pay in two installments using Automatic Credit Card Deduction upon registration and on Feb 1st (non refundable)
C - Pay 10 installments using Automatic Credit Card Deduction* which will come out on the first of each month from Oct to May. Two payments are due upon registration (or by September 1st) and are non-refundable.
Should it become necessary to discontinue classes for any reason, YOU MUST notify the office in writing two weeks before a withdrawal can be permitted using the “Student Withdrawal Form” located below. This is required or ADA retains the right to keep the students' enrollment status active and charge accordingly. You are financially responsible for tuition payments up to the time of such action. A Registration Fee is due anytime one restarts within the season. Any returned checks will be charged an additional $30 payment
Click here for Student Withdraw Form
Good attendance is imperative, as best results are accomplished when a student attends class on a regular basis. Please make every effort to have your child at every class on time.
Make-up classes are available for missed classes or classes missed due to weather. No tuition deduction or refunds are available for missed classes, nor is monthly tuition transferable. Please see the schedule for a comparable class. During COVID times, you must schedule this with the front desk so we make sure we have room.
The studio will not necessarily close for snow days regardless if area schools are closed. Closings will be sent out via e-mail within one hour of the scheduled class, posted on our Facebook account and a message will be left on the phone at the studio. You are entitled to a makeup if we close the studio due to weather.
- Halloween: We are open this year as it's a Saturday
- Thanksgiving Closing: Nov 23rd-29th
- Winter Break Closings: December 21st-Jan 3rd
- Spring Break Closing: April 1st-7th
- Recital: TBB
Parents' Observation Week in the studio will be January 25th-30th if CDC restrictions are lifted.
A student dance recital will be performed every year. All students are encouraged to participate in the recital, but it is not mandatory. If the commitment is made, the student MUST perform in the two shows, attend two rehearsals, and follow all rules presented in the Recital Handbook.
American Dance Academy does not carry medical insurance for its students. It is required that all students be covered by their own family insurance policies and, if an injury occurs, it is understood that the student's own policy is the only source of reimbursement.
• No gum chewing in class
• Long hair must be tied back and secured for class.
• For your child's safety, students should remain in the studio until their rides have arrived.
• All payments are non-refundable.
• Dancers and parents are expected to conduct themselves in a respectful manner. Gossip about other students, parents or teachers is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
• ADA is not responsible for unsupervised children who are not in a class.
If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to discuss it with us whenever it does not interfere with a class. We are always interested in improving our dance education programs.
First Day of Class Saturday, September 12, 2020
Click here for our 2020-2021 Student-Parent Handbook
Click here for our 2020-2021 Recital Handbook