The following guidelines apply to all classes offered through All That! Dance Company. We want your student to receive the best possible education in dance. In order to provide a positive and supportive environment for our dancers, we ask that parents and students please review our policies and let us know if you have any questions. Thank you!

Communication

Communication with our families is so important to us! We send monthly newsletters by email and these are posted on our website as well. Please add “info@allthatdancecompany.com” as a contact in your email and let us know if you are not receiving updates. We also post updates to our website frequently, and we’d love to have you “like” us on Facebook to hear the latest chat on what’s going on at the studio.

Parent Portal

When you register with ATD, a parent portal is created for you. All account information, emails, and updates are sent through this parent portal. Please make sure we have your current email address and that you check your portal for updates.

Attire

Dance attire and dance shoes should be worn to class each week. Please see the Studio Dress Code for details by class. Each class has a designated shoe that should be used for both class and performance. A solid black camisole leotard is recommended for female dancers in all classes.

Dropping Class

We're sure your dancer will love their classes, but we also know sometimes life just happens. If your dancer has to drop class for any reason, please notify us before the beginning of the month. We hold a spot for your dancer, which prevents other dancers from registering, so you must formally drop the class through our office, or you will still be responsible for tuition. You will be charged for a full month of tuition regardless of when during the month your dancer drops.

Behavior

Students should be ready to dance at the time that class is scheduled to begin and give respect and full attention to their teacher during class. Students will be supportive and complimentary to fellow dancers. No profanity or other inappropriate conversations are allowed at the studio. All That! is a family studio with students of all ages and older student are role models for our younger ones. No gum or any other type of food or drink, except a water bottle, should be brought in to the studio. Cell phones must be turned off when entering class and can be used after class in the lobby area of the studio to contact parents, but the dance studio is a cell phone free zone.

Parent Observation

The first class of each month is open to observation. All other classes are closed to observers. Generally, students are more focused and perform better without observers present. We want parents to be involved in their child’s dance education and to feel welcome in the studio at all times. However, a constant audience every week can be intimidating for some students and inhibit their progress. Therefore, we do ask parents to limit their observation to the first class of each month. If there are extenuating circumstances, please speak directly with your child’s instructor. Parents are welcome in the lobby or observation rooms of the studio at any time.

Payment

Tuition is paid the first class of the month. Tuition is budgeted for the entire ten month season and then averaged over our ten-month season and does not increase or decrease based on the number of classes in that month. Tuition is not prorated for absences or holidays. Make up classes can be taken in another class of similar level for classes missed. Tuition is due by the 7th of each month and will be automatically charged to your credit card for your convenience. Tuition not paid by the 10th of the month will be charged a $ 5.00 per month late fee. Tuition is not invoiced by mail; families are responsible for making their tuition payments each month. Tuition must be paid in full in order for students to receive costumes and to participate in the annual recital. Accounts that are past due for a period of ninety days or longer will be turned over to a collections agency and collections fees will apply.

Tuition

Tuition payments are based on average one-hour classes, for session classes or multiple students in one family, please contact us directly for tuition quotes.

Tuition is for our full ten month season and averaged in to ten equal monthly installments for your convenience. 

Our all inclusive class packages include all of our spring performances, including a costume fitter to measure your child, a costume for each class they take that is theirs to keep, and all performance fees.

  • Toddler Classes (30 minutes per week) - $ 35.00 per month
  • 1 Class per week - $ 60.00 per month
  • 2 Classes per week - $ 100.00 per month
  • 3 Classes per week - $ 125.00 per month
  • 4 classes per week - $ 145.00 per month

Dancers taking five or more classes per week will be charged individually per costume since we try to consider other costuming options or reuse costumes for these dancers who are in multiple classes in order to keep expenses down. They will also receive our costume measurement service. Tuition pricing is for classes only.

  • 5 classes per week - $ 150.00 per month
  • 6 classes per week - $ 170.00 per month
  • 7 classes per week - $ 190.00 per month
  • 8 classes per week - $ 210.00 per month
  • 9 classes per week - $ 230.00 per month
  • 10 classes per week - $ 250.00 per month

Additional Fees: Please note that participation in the annual recitals and costume purchases are optional, although encouraged for every dancer. Costumes are ordered in January and a deposit is due at that time to secure your child’s costume. Costume fees are non-refundable and once the costume is ordered, no cancellations are allowed. Dancers keep their costume.

• Registration Fee: $ 25.00 per family – registration fees are non-refundable and cover one season
• Nutcracker Remixed Holiday Production: $ 60.00 per dancer to participate
• NSF Fee: $ 25.00 per check returned
• Late Fee: $ 5.00 per month for outstanding balances not paid by the 10th of each month

Dress Code

We want our dancers to dance their best, and in order to do this, they need to dress their best! Our dress code applies to all classes and rehearsals offered through All That! Dance Company. We pride ourselves on professional, quality programming for our dancers. Please let us know if you have any questions about what your child needs for class.

Students should come to class in dance attire with their dance shoes on each week. If your dancer has long hair, please pull it back from their face so it doesn’t get in their way. Dancers can wear any color or style of dancewear, but we ask that they do not wear jeans, skirts, or other clothing that they can’t move easily in. Every one of our dancers deserves individual attention and feedback — in order to do that, we want to focus on their dancing, not distracting clothing. We ask that dancers wear a leotard underneath all clothing, with no bare midriffs and no bra straps or other undergarments showing. We know that families invest a great deal in their dancer and we appreciate it! We choose the same required footwear for class use as they will need for performances so that you do not need to purchase additional items.

We also strongly recommend that each dancer purchase a solid black camisole leotard for class and performance wear. Specific requirements by class are as follows:

Toddlers & Tutus/Pre-Ballet I & II:
Girls – any color or style of dancewear, pink leather ballet slippers (leotard and tights preferred)
Boys – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, black leather ballet slippers or black jazz shoes

Dance Sampler I & II:
Girls – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, pink leather ballet slippers & black tap shoes
Boys – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, black ballet or jazz shoes & black tap shoes

T3:
Girls & Boys – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, and black tap shoes

Ballet I/II/III/IV:
Girls – solid colored leotard & tights, ballet skirt or shorts allowed, no other cover ups, pink split-sole ballet slippers
Boys – black athletic shorts or underarmour style pants, solid colored shirt, black split-sole ballet or jazz shoes

Ballroom I/II:
Girls – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, nude or caramel soft sole character heels
Boys – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, black dress shoe

Hip Hop I/II/III:
Girls & Boys – any color or style of athletic wear, Gia Mia hip hop sneaker (only the style sold at studio can be used for performance)

Hip Hop IV:
Girls – any color or style of athletic wear, black Combat boots (only style sold in online store can be used for performance
Boys – any color or style of athletic wear, black high top converse sneakers

Hip Hoppin’:
Girls & Boys – any color or style of athletic wear, hightop sequin hip hop sneaker (only the style sold at studio can be used for performance)

Boys Hip Hop I/II:
any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, solid white tennis shoes (no logo, no colors)

Musical Theatre I/II/III/IV:
Girls – solid colored dancewear, tight fitting cover up tops are allowed, nude split sole jazz shoes
Boys – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, black split sole jazz shoe

Jazz I/II/III/IV:
Girls – solid colored dancewear, tight fitting cover up tops are allowed, nude slip on jazz shoes
Boys – any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear, black split sole jazz shoe

Contemporary I/II/III/IV:
Girls – solid colored leotard & tights, dance cover-ups are allowed, nude half-soles
Boys – black athletic shorts or underarmour style pants, solid colored shirt, barefoot or nude soft sole shoes

Tap I/II/III/IV:
Girls & Boys – any color or style of dancewear, nude oxford style lace-up tap shoes with a teletone tap, no Mary Janes, no patent leather

Adult Classes:
Any color or style of dancewear or athletic wear. Tap requires oxford style lace up tap shoes. HMC Adult Hip Hop dancers should wear tennis shoes.