Dress Code and Uniforms
• Firstly, we want to teach our students to "respect the art." Dress codes in dance look more professional and are part of the long history of dance.
• Dance is a discipline and begins with the way a student dresses for class. By "dressing the part," a student looks like, behaves like, and "becomes" a dancer.
• A neat and tidy appearance sets an attitude of attentiveness and respect for students, teacher, and the art of dance.
*Teachers must be able to see a dancer’s alignment, lines and positioning from head to toe in order to make proper corrections when needed. A dress code cuts down on distractions in class such as who's wearing the latest cute dance attire or popular trends, and helps promote class unity.
Your cooperation is greatly appreciated in following the guidelines set out below as it allows our dance instructors to give their undivided attention to the needs of all our students. If you are not dressed properly with shoes and attire, you will be asked to sit out of the class. Absolutely: NO UNIFORM = NO ENTRY! There will be no exceptions! Please review our dress code before purchasing new attire and shoes.