STUDIO POLICIES

Dress Code

2022-2023 Class Dress Code

  

Ballet: www.shopnimbly.com/danceforce

Assigned black leotard, pink tights, & pink or black ballet skirt

Pink canvas ballet slippers

Hair MUST be in a bun/No jewelry or toys please.

 

Jazz & Poms:  www.shopnimbly.com/danceforce

Assigned black leotard, pink tights, black booty shorts or leggings

Assigned Tan jazz shoes 

Hair MUST be pulled back in a ponytail or bun

 

Lyrical:  www.shopnimbly.com/danceforce

Assigned Black Capri leggings or black booty shorts

Assigned Nude canvas half soles

Hair MUST be pulled back in a ponytail or bun

 

Hip Hop Classes:

Black Nikes with white soles please.

Shoe should not be worn outside

and only used for class.  

Comfortable, moveable, clothing

Hair MUST be pulled back in a ponytail


PLEASE NOTE: Our dress codes are enforce for the safety of all dancers.  Thank you.

For Discount Dance: Please use the code:  TP114703

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Class Levels

Classes are all divided by age level and personal level. Dancers can be move regardless of age, to an appropriate class according to skill level.

Students are placed in appropriate classes according to experience, and skill level. The dancer’s best interest is always in mind. 

 

Attendance

It is the responsibility of your child and their guardian to try to attend every class. If a student will be late or will be missing class, please call or email the studio ahead of time. A makeup class will be offered if you miss class depending on availability.  Check with the front desk.  Anyone missing more than 3 times during the spring session will need to talk with the instructor so we can get you caught up on what has been missed for the recital.  Attendance to classes is encouraged.  If a dancer is injured outside the studio or in a class for the safety of the dancers a doctors note may be need before returning to class or team.  

Class Size

A minimum number of students are required to hold a class. Dance Force will use its experience in setting the maximum number of dancers per class. This number will vary depending upon the style and level of each class.