Fall Classes Continue to December 20th
Dance Scene Studio - 1011 H St. Eureka 707-502-2188
Creative Dance:
Ages 2 - 3. This 30 minute class combines an introduction to music,
dance, rhythm, stretching, coordination, ballet basics, class structure,
discipline, and creative thought. Utilizing rhythm instruments or dance
props each class to assist in the learning and fun!

Pre-Ballet:
Ages 4-5. Introducing classical ballet technique basics. Each class
focuses on stretching, proper posture, feet positions, and alignment.
Comprehensive ballet vocabulary is taught.  Class structure and
discipline are also implemented as musicality and creativity are
emphasized.

Ballet
.5:
Ages 6-7. Fundamentals of classical ballet technique. Each class focuses
on posture, body positions, and alignment while also building on ballet
vocabulary.  Class structure and discipline are also emphasized.
Musicality and creativity are explored through improvisation.  Watch
your child’s confidence and appreciation for the art form grow as he or
she masters new skills and makes new friends.

Ballet 1:
Ages 7- 8. Structured ballet technique where each class focuses on
proper posture, body positions, and alignment, while building on ballet
vocabulary, musicality, and sequencing.

Ballet 2:
Ages 9-12. This is a more formal ballet class adding classical elements
of adagio, petit allegro, pirouettes, grand allegro, and advanced port de
bras.  Emphasizing the importance of form, musicality, and presence
makes this class both challenging and rewarding. Previous experience
is suggested for this level. Ballet ll students are required to take at
least two classes per week to gain the proper strength and technical
skills necessary to meet their full potential.

Ballet 3 & 4:
Ages 12+. For more serious dancers progressing from Ballet II  or III to
continue their training. Emphasis is placed on technical proficiency as
dancers learn how to properly execute ballet combinations and
choreography both in the center and across the floor.  Previous
experience is necessary for admittance to this level.  

Advanced Ballet:
Age depends on experience. For experienced daners of a technically
demanding level. Preparation for professional training. Emphasis is
placed on coordination, musicality, and technical proficiency. Adv. Ballet
students are encouraged to take three to five technique classes per
week to achieve optimal results in their advancement.

Jazz 1:
Ages 6-8. This class will focus on learning proper dance technique such
as isolations of the body, improving performance quality, and
developing rhythms and patterns. Class curriculum is based on ballet
technique layered with traditional jazz movement and includes a proper
warm-up, stretches, across-the-floor progressions, and combinations.

Jazz 2:
Ages 9-12. This faster class will continue to learn proper dance
technique.  Students will study various styles of jazz  to help develop a
well rounded dancer. Class curriculum is based on ballet technique
layered with traditional jazz movement and includes a warm-up,
stretches, across-the-floor progressions, and center combinations.

Adv. Jazz:
Ages Teen-Adult. This energetic class blends of several styles of dance:
hip hop, popular dance, and jazz technique. Classes will encourage
students to step outside of the box by bringing their own individual
style and personality to the movements. Class includes upper and
lower body conditioning, video components, and a rigorous warm-up to
prepare students for intense choreography.

Hip-Hop 1 & 2:
Ages 6+. A high-energy class that infuses the latest styles of street
dancing, breaking, popping, and locking. Classes will encourage
students to step outside the box by bringing their own individual style
and personality to the movements.

Tiny Tap:
Ages 3-6. Designed to develop rhythm, style, and sound. Students will
learn a variety of tap from Broadway to Rhythm.

Tap 1:
Ages 5+. Exercises focus on building flexibility of the knee and ankles,
coordination, style, and speed of movement.

Pilates:
All ages. Utilizing a sytem of controlled exercises that engage the mind
and condition the total body, blending strength and flexibility to improve
posture and reduce stress.

Intermediate Lyrical:
Ages 8+. This dance form, just like Contemporary, combines Ballet and
Jazz. Classes include a ballet warm-up, Jazz progressions, inversions,
stretching, jumps, and turns all in a lyrical style.

Advanced Lyrical:
Ages Teen - Adult. This fast-paced class combines Ballet and Jazz.
Classes include some Ballet technique, Modern fundamentals, Jazz,
inversions, and stretching.

Private lessons are availale, please consult the instructor or studio
director for more information.

The Dance Scene has two beautiful renovated Victorian dance studios.

Studio A is 40’ x 27’ with over 110’ of ballet barres with a shock-
absorbing sprung hardwood floor covered with a professional grade,
thick, non-slip, Marley floor.

Studio B is 25' x 15' and is a warm and more intimate studio with Birch
hardwood floors originally from the historic Carson Mansion’s pavilion
that are covered with a professional grade, thick, non-slip, Marley floor.

Ballet, Pointe, Jazz,
Lyrical, Tap, Hip Hop,
& Creative Dance:

Class Tuition Options

Term Tuition:
4 Months (Sep. - Dec.)
Creative Dance $125
1 class /week $150
2 classes/week $265
3 classes/week $365
4+ classes/week $400

or

Monthly Tuition:

1 class/week/month $40
2 classes/week/month $70
3 classes/week/month $95
4+ classes/week/month $100

Creative Dance/Tiny Tap
$35/month

Consult the instructor for other
class prices or Private Lesson fees.
Class Leotard Colors:

Pre-Ballet - Light Pink
Ballet .5 - Light Blue
Ballet 1 - Light Blue
Ballet 2 - Burgundy
Ballet 3 - Navy Blue
Adv. Ballet - Black
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FOR PARENTS

Monthly Tuition:
• Payment is due on or before the 1st of each month.
• Accounts not paid by the 1st of the month are subject to a 10% late fee. Arrangements can be made for special
circumstances.
• If a payment is missed, you will be required to place a 2nd form of payment on file with us, so in the event that you
miss again, you will be charged.
• No statements will be mailed, however, tuition reminders will be sent monthly in order to keep class rates lower.
• We accept Cash, Check and Credit Cards for payment.
• Monthly tuition payments are non-refundable! You are not financially committed to the entire year, but once the
tuition is paid, it cannot be returned.
• Students will not be allowed to take class if their account is delinquent for more than 30 days.

Payment Options:
• AUTO-PAY: The studio can use an AutoPay system to debit your credit card each month. The AutoPay system will
debit your account on the 1st of every month. This helpful system will avoid any late payments resulting in late fees or
dismissal from the program. A $20 fee will be charged for all returned items (NSF).
• CHECK: Checks can be mailed, given to boutique staff, or dropped in the tuition box . If the name on the check does
not match the dancer’s name, please make note on the memo line. A $20 fee will be charged for all returned checks
(NSF).
• CREDIT CARD: The studio can accept VISA, MASTERCARD and DISCOVER.

Attendance Policy:
• As with any program, steady attendance is a requirement for success. Failure to meet such requirements can lead to
dismissal from the program or adjustment in level.
• Guardians are responsible for communicating absences to the Director or Instructor directly.
• Any student that misses 3 consecutive weeks or more may be required to forfeit their class space.
• Recital participants in the spring: More than 3 absences between March 1st thought the June Recital may result in
removal from the class piece.

Make-up Classes:
• Missed classes may be made up within 4 weeks, in an appropriate class of the student’s choice.
• There are no refunds nor can missed classes be applied to subsequent months’ tuition.

Schedule Changes or Dropping Classes:
• The instructor must be notified prior to changing a class schedule, or when discontinuing a class.
• All fees are due until the studio is notified of any class being dropped.
• No tuition can be refunded when dropping a class.

Addressing Issues:
We welcome you as parents to bring any discrepencies to our attention. We ask that any conversations that are
sensitive and private in matter be held while classes are not in session and are addressed to the director.

Studio Rules for Parents:
• All young children must be supervised. No running, yelling or rough playing at the dance studio.
• In order to maintain the comfort, privacy, and productivity of our students, our studio policy is that no videos or
photos can be taken by observers during weekly classes.
• Help keep your studio clean and tidy. Please throw away all trash.
• No gossip, obscene language or inappropriate conversations are tolerated by either parents or dancers.
• Friends and family are welcome to observe class, but must remain outside the studio.

FOR DANCERS

Promptness:
• Promptness is extremely important!
• Dancers need adequate time in order to be physically and mentally prepared for the demands of the dance class.
• It is recommended that students arrive early in order to get a drink, go to the bathroom, get warmed up and be
dressed properly.
• Students who arrive more than 10 minutes late may be asked to observe class.

IMPORTANT Dance Etiquette:

At our studio, our primary goal is for students to have fun while learning dance technique and strong work ethics. We
expect all dancers to show respect to themselves, each other, and all instructors. You will see our instructors enforcing
the following rules:
• Be prepared for class. Proper dress code is required for all dance classes.
• Hair must be pulled up.
• Use the bathroom prior to class.
• Be on time.
• Do not have frequent class absences.
• No cell phones in the studio.
• No gum allowed in class.
• Be respectful and kind to instructors, peers and staff.
• Do not talk during class unless you are asking a question.
• Practice safe behaviors for yourself and your classmates.
• Be willing to try new dance material. Put positive energy into your dance class.
• No leaning, lounging or hanging on the ballet barres. NO SITTING IN CLASS!
• Clap at the end of class to thank the instructor.
• If late, ask permission to join class.
• If injured, tell the instructor prior to class. Work slowly & carefully or observe.
• If ill, do not come to class.
• If you must leave early, notify instructor prior to class.
• When leaving the studio, remove dance shoes and cover-up dance clothes or change prior to leaving. Do not go
outside during cooler weather without a warm-up. It is important to control the cooling process to avoid injury.



Studio Rules for Dancers:
• No running, yelling, or rough playing at the dance studio.
• Help keep your studio clean and tidy. Please throw away all trash.
• No gossip, obscene language, or inappropriate conversations are tolerated during class or around the studio.
• Friends and family are welcome to observe class, but must remain outside the studio.
• No gum, food or drink of any kind (except water) is allowed inside the studios.
• It is the dancer’s responsibility to manage his or her time so that dance, schoolwork, and other outside activities do
not conflict.