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Dulce Anaya School of Ballet 

Student/Parent Contract Agreement

August 2017 – June 2018

Level Placement 

Placement

Age Requirement

Years

Of Ballet

One Day a Week

Pre-Ballet  I

Age 4 -6

No Training

1 Hour

Pre-Ballet II

Age 6 +

No Training

1 Hour

 

Placement

Age Requirement

Years of

 Ballet

Min Hours

Ballet  I

Ages  6- 8

None

1

Ballet II

Ages  8 +

1

2

Ballet  III

Ages 9 +

2+

3

Ballet IV

Ages 10 +

3+

4

 

Placement

Years of Ballet

Years of

Pointe

Min Hours

Pointe I

3 Years

Ballet IV

4

Pointe II

3 -4 Years

1 to 2

5

Pointe III

4 + Years

2 +

6

 

Class Schedule

Time

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Saturday

9:00 AM

10:00 AM

Private Class

Homeschoolers

Private Class

Technique

Ballet  IV

Pointe  I, II, III

11:00 AM

Private Class

Homeschoolers

Private Class

Pointe

Pointe I, II, III

12:00 PM

Barre Class Adults

Barre Class Adults

4:00 PM

Pre-Ballet I

5:00 PM

General

Ballet I, II, III

Jumps

Ballet II, III

Pointe I

General

Ballet III

Pointe I, II

6:00 PM

Technique

Ballet  IV

Pointe  I, II, III

Turns

Ballet  IV

Pointe I, II, III

Technique

Ballet   IV

Pointe I, II, III

7:00 PM

Pointe

Pointe I, II, III

Pointe

Pointe  II, III

Variations & Performing Group

Pointe  III

 

All students will be evaluated by the instructor to determine their placement. Levels are assigned for a reason.  We want all our students to be able to meet the technical requirements before moving into the more advanced classes.  This also allows the instructor to work with more advanced students at their technical skill level. Every three months, the student will be re-evaluated by the instructor.  There are a minimum number of classes assigned to each level.  If the student is ready, the instructor may assign additional classes. Students must build their body strength, before they can advance to Pointe work.

Monthly Tuition Fees

 

Registration Fee: $45.00 per student and $65.00 per family.  The fee is not refundable.

Monthly Session Fees

                     (See Column for Siblings Discount Price)

HRS

SINGLE STUDENT 

SIBLING 40%

DISCOUNT

Walk In per Hour

1

$20.00

 

Private Lesson

1

$75.00

 

Adult Class

1

$65.00

 

Pre-Ballet, Ballet I

1

$65.00

$39.00

Ballet II

2

$85.00

$51.00

Ballet III

3

$105.00

$63.00

Ballet IV , Pointe I

4

$125.00

$75.00

Ballet IV,  Pointe I,  II

5

$145.00

$87.00

Ballet IV,  Pointe I, II,  III

6

$165.00

$99.00

 

 

Tuition Payment Agreement

 

The School year runs from August 1st, 2017 through June 30th, 2018. Session Fees are due on the 1st of each month.   The Registration fee and the first monthly payment are due on the day of registration and are not refundable. Students, who enroll during the first two weeks of any month, will pay half of the monthly payment as well as the registration fee. Then, on the 1st, the student will pay a full monthly payment.   The cost of tuition is based on the number of class hours taken by a student.  For siblings, the student with the lowest number of written notice by the 1th of the month prior to the last session fee, otherwise you are responsible for the next session fee payment. There may be exceptions for cases of job related transfers with a written confirmation from the employer. Other exceptions include long term illness or serious injury, causing prolonged absence.  A physician’s note must be handed to the director for such consideration.   If the tuition fee has not been paid by the 7th, (seven days after the due date) a $25.00 late fee will be applied to your account. If your account has an overdue balance of more than 30 days, your child will not be able to participate until the payment is received in full, (no exceptions).   If for any reason your check is returned, you must pay a $20.00 returned check fee in addition to the $10.00 late fee.   Returning students with an unpaid outstanding balance in their account must pay it off in full before resuming enrollment.

School Dress Code

Ballet  Attire

 

Stretching | Conditioning |  Acro | Contemporary

·        Plain black leotard

·        Ballet pink tights

·        Pink ballet slippers

·        Pink Pointe shoes

·        Non-dangling earrings

·        Ballet buns must be worn

 

·        Any color leotard or tight fitting shirt

·        Hair pony tail for acro, can be half up half down for contemporary

·        Please bring leggings that cover your knees for contemporary

 

School policies

It is essential to follow a set of principles in order to provide a safe and positive environment that is conducive to teaching and learning at Dulce Anaya School of Ballet. Parents will not be allowed in the studio with the exception of “Parent’s Day”, which is at the end of each month.

A Student Commitment

·        Arrive on time for class to avoid disruption to other students, and it is recommended that students arrive at the studio at least 10 minutes before the start of class to allow time to prepare for class and warm up.

·        Students are expected to be standing and ready for class when the teacher enters the room.

·        Students are not permitted to chat with each other during class.

·        Cell phones are required to be turned off inside the dance studio. 

·        Students are prohibited from slouching on or hanging off the barres.

·        If a student is late to class, the student is expected to stand at the entrance to the classroom and wait to be invited in by the teacher.

·        If a student needs to use the restroom, they must notify their teacher before exiting the classroom.

·        If a student needs to leave class early, they must notify their teacher before the beginning of class.

·        Students are asked to strictly adhere to the dress code. Hair should be in a neat bun.

·        No gum, candy or food is allowed in the studio. Water bottles only.

·        If a student disrupts the classroom, the student may be asked to sit down until further instruction. 

·        If your child is absent from class because of an illness, please call prior to class.

·        If it is absolutely necessary to contact the student during the lesson, (due to an emergency), please call Dulce at 727-7515, or the YMCA at 744-2233.