Dress Code

Children and Teen Dress Code

For Ballet, students wear a solid-color leotard and tights, or solid-color bike shorts/leggings and a form-fitting t-shirt. A thin ballet skirt is allowed, but please do not send your child in thick skirts or tutus as they can restrict movement. Canvas or leather ballet slippers are required for Ballet I and up; ballet slippers, socks, or bare feet are acceptable for pre-Ballet and Creative Movement. Children with long hair should secure their hair in a bun or pony-tail. No jewelry or hair adornments (large bows, hats, etc)  allowed.

For all other classes, children should wear comfortable clothing they can move in without restriction, hair secured away from the face. For classes where sneakers are worn, please indoor-only shoes allowed. Absolutely no muddy, salty, sandy shoes allowed on the dance floor!

Capoeira has a uniform available, but are not required to take the class. Uniforms are $100.