It is very important that the students come dressed appropriately to class. Dressing as if you are a dancer makes you feel and look like a dancer. When dressed in dancewear the students' body and mind are in connection, knowing they have come to class to dance, learn and work hard. You wouldn't show up to your baseball game with out wearing your uniform, don't show up to dance class in street clothes. Not only is it advantageous to the student to dress appropriately, but it also helps the instructor to see bodylines and posture to insure the student is practicing correct technique.

  • Long hair should be pulled back securely in a ponytail. (Buns are not required, but a nice added touch for ballet class)
  • Short hair should be pulled away from face. (Headbands work best)
  • Leotard and Tights are required. (Any color is fine, although pink tights for ballet and tan tights for tap/jazz are preferred)
  • Dance shorts and skirts are allowed. (But, No T-shirts please)
  • Jewelry should be worn to a minimum. (No large hoop earrings please)
  • Boys may wear any comfortable athletic clothing. (well fitting is best)
  • Pink ballet shoes (Leather, canvas, full sole or split sole are all acceptable)
  • Pink pointe shoes (Fitted professionally to foot shape, strength, and level)
  • Tan Jazz shoes (lace up or boot are acceptable)
  • Black flat tap shoes (patent leather with bows for children, leather lace up for teens)
  • Tan high heel tap shoes (may be required of older tap classes participating in high kick)