The same as signing up for a regular class. Once the respective
class is full, you will automatically be put into a waiting list.
Which class/level is appropriate for my child?
We use age and experience as criteria for placing students.
Normally for a 3~5 years old beginning child, our level 1 is the appropriate level
for her/him to get started.
For a 6 years old, level 2 would be appropriate, and so on. If you child has quite a bit a prior dance experience/training,
then we need to have a teacher to evaluate her/him to see which class is a best fit.
What does A,B mean in Level 1A and Level 1B?
The letters A,B,C,D in our dance class description after the level
number is just for the convenience of noting
different classes at the same level.
How do I signup for a try-out class?
The same as signing up for a regular class. In the signup notes,
please note your try out request.
The teacher of the respective class will send you email regarding
which day to come to do the try out. Our teachers will limit the
tryout numbers in each class on first come first serve
basis, so tryout might not be immediately available.
What should my child wear when coming to the tryout/first class?
For levels 3 and below classes, pink ballet outfit with pink ballet shoes will be appropriate.
For levels 4 and up, black leotard with pink ballet shoes will be appropriate.
Where should we buy the ballet outfit for class?
Almost any dance wear store.
Our studio have limited stock of ballet outfit with ballet shoes as well.
(For levels 3 and under, you shall buy the ballet tutu from us, unless you
find a style that matches our standard tutu style for levels 3 and under.)
Can my child join your competition team?
All our dance competition team members needs to pass our audition.
Once your child passes the audition, she/he might need to take special private
lessons to catch up with the team routine progress (if you child did not join
when the team is formed in the summer).
What style of dance do you teach in each class?
All of our dance classes (except ballet) are combo classes.
It include basic technique training that includes basic ballet, then a performance part.
The performance part is depending on the levels and each class might be different.
Our styles range from eastern and western folk dances to hiphop/k-pop, jazz,
flamenco, lyrical, broadway, and modern dances. For younger child, the
dance style is not very distinguished, more of a "happy and lovely" dance style.
Can my child join school performance?
Yes. We encourage and arrange all dancers in our classes
to participate our annual recital performance.
However, for a new classes that is formed
at a time that is too close to the performance date, when it is unlikely
have enough time for the routine and costumes ready for the performance,
we will let the class know and the class will work towards a