2019/20 SESSION

September 16th - June 2019

We take pride in offering the highest quality dance education in our area. Dance is about education, leadership, and passion. We instill a sense of discipline in students, but enjoy giving them an outlet for their own creative expression.

Our curriculum is designed to suit the needs of every student at every level. Contact us if you have any questions or concerns.

We are happy to speak with you about finding the right classes for your child.


RECREATIONAL PROGRAM

classes by day & time

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*Ballet & Contemporary Combo classes will have 2 recital performances, and 2 recital costumes.

 

Classes by Age & Level

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*Age levels are based on student age as of November 1, 2019. The director reserves the right to place students according to their needs & skill level.


TUITION & PAYMENT

take 2 hours of class per week, and get your third hour FREE

• Tuition is based on the total for the 2019/20 session, divided into 10 monthly installments.

• One-Time Registration Fee — $15 per family (due at registration)

• One-Time Recital Fee — $70 per class enrolled (due at registration)

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IMPORTANT DATES

We will be closed on the following dates:

Halloween: October 31st

Thanksgiving Break: November 25 - November 30

Winter Break: December 16th - January 5th

Spring Break: April 6th - 10th

Memorial Day: May 25th


DRESS CODE

adherence to the dress code policy is mandatory for all classes

Dancewear is chosen and ordered directly from Aileron Performing Arts Studio. We will hold Open House & Dancewear Fitting days, where each dancer can try on leotards, shoes, and any other necessary dancewear. We urge families to register before September 1st in order to be ready for the first day of class with the proper attire. If dancewear has not arrived prior to the first class, dancers are welcome to wear form-fitting clothing they feel comfortable in.

Dress Code general tips and guidelines:

1. Ballet: Hair needs to be securely pulled back into a bun. Buns should be tight, neat, and secured for the duration of the class. Messy or loose buns can divert a dancer's focus and hinder their progress. Please, no ponytails in Ballet.

Students must also wear their blue or pink leotard with Ballet shoes. No shorts are allowed in Ballet.

Here is a helpful video on tying a secure Ballet bun.

2. Contemporary/Jazz/Tap: Hair needs to be securely pulled back in a bun or ponytail. Hair should remain secure throughout the class. Dancers must wear their designated leotard, biker shorts, and dance shoes or barefoot, depending on the class. Tights are optional in these classes.

3. General Tips: Hair should not cover the face, and bangs need to be secured with the clip or hair accessory of your choice.

Please remember that the dress code is an important part of dance safety and discipline, and is vital to your success at the studio. 


JUNIOR COMPANY

The Junior Company is for motivated and focused dancers age 7-10. Junior Company dancers maintain a regular curriculum of recreational classes as well as a dedicated Junior Company class and rehearsal block each week. Junior Company dancers have the opportunity to compete at a local dance competition.

If your child is interested in taking the next step in their dance journey with the Junior Company, contact us for more information.


COMPANY

The Aileron Company is for dedicated and advanced dancers age 10 and up, and is by invitation or audition only. The Aileron Company maintains a rigorous curriculum of training that is developed specifically for the needs of competitive and pre-professional dancers. Aileron Company dancers compete at several regional dance competitions against the best studios on the east coast. Check out our company page to learn more about what it means to be a company dancer!

If your child is interested in taking their dance skill to the highest level, contact us for more information.