$2 OFF PER CLASS FOR THE 4 CLASS PACK
(4 consecutive weekly classes from week of purchase)
REGISTRATION CLOSES 6PM EACH DAY FOR NEXT DAY CLASSES
*You will receive Zoom details the night before the class. Please contact email@example.com if you don’t receive it.
30 Minute Class
45 Minute Class
60 Minute Class
Drop In: $10
4 Classes: $32
Drop In: $12
4 Class Pack: $40
Drop In: $14
4 Class Pack: $48
Classes are four consecutive weeks from first class date. Competitive students are required to take these classes along with their equivalent pre-requisite classes.
45 Minute Class
60 Minute Class
4 Classes: $40
4 Classes: $48
A NOTE ABOUT SECURITY AND PRIVACY
Your family’s security and privacy continues to be a top priority. Please be assured that we continue to stay up-to-date with latest security and privacy settings available with Zoom.
ZOOM: Along with strict teacher protocols set up by the school, the use of unique meeting ID’s and passwords, the use of waiting rooms, the requirement of your teacher being online before anyone can sign-in and locked classes give us the confidence in utilizing this platform for our live classes.
We have kept class titles as similar to our year round schedule for you to find the most suitable class. If you were in Junior Jazz in the studio, you should find the Junior Jazz class in our online schedule suitable! If you’re still not sure about the titles, go by the dancer’s age. And if you’re still not sure, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to double check!
We will only have one virtual dance studio running per day. In order to ensure that all of our students have the opportunity to take class, we made the decision to offer ballet to each age group once per week. Grade 4 RAD students are invited to join the Inter/Senior Ballet class for more class time. Grade 5 RAD students should register for both Inter/Senior Ballet classes. Similar with the other styles, if there were 2-3 classes of the same genre in our ‘in studio’ schedule, we chose to put them together for online classes in order to provide reasonable class times and be able to have one teacher running classes per day.
We do still have hope that we will see our beloved Snow White recital take the stage one day. Some teachers may choose to review choreography in class and others might not. This is dependent on a few different factors. There are some classes that have been joined together to suit the online schedule (see the previous question and answer) and may have more than one recital theme within this new class. In these cases, it will depend on teacher’s discretion whether or not the choreography will be taught. For some ballet classes, choreography had not started yet due to exam prep. In these cases, recital routines will not be started during online classes as this will become very confusing for teachers and students! We hope to be sending out choreography videos to in-studio class groups over the next few weeks in order for students to have up to date info from teachers about their dance routine choreography.
Mini Jazz Comp – must take either Grade 1 RAD Ballet or Primary RAD Ballet
Junior Jazz/lyrical Comp – must take your age appropriate ballet class. Stretch and Strength optional.
Inter/Senior Lyrical/Jazz Comp – must take BOTH Inter-Senior Ballet classes AND Stretch and Strength
Inter-Senior Tap Comp – Just the one online class available for you at the moment. We encourage you to take ballet, jazz, and/or stretch and strength to continue building strength in other genres.
Absolutely! This is the perfect opportunity for our dancers to branch out and try new styles. With the drop in and 4 week payment options, there really isn’t much holding you back from trying something new! Since we likely won’t be able to hold a Spring Free Trial Week in May as planned, this is your chance to try something new without having to leave the comfort of your own home!
Please attend all dance classes as you would in the studio! A big part of helping yourself feel like you are IN class while still at home, is to change your attire. We ask that you wear a leotard/bodysuit, leggings or tights, and appropriate dance shoes. Pull your hair off your face (ballet students hair in a bun, please!). Teachers will still be doing their best to give corrections and feedback through the video connection so it is important that they can see your body! It will also feel more like you’ve gotten ready for a class if you’re in the right clothing!