Class Attire, Hair and Shoes
Proper attire will be enforced this year. Instructors cannot properly correct technique if baggy clothing is worn. For the best technical training and proper body alignment to prevent injuries clothing must be fitted. Correct attire also helps dancers to be in correct mind set for each class. For instance a corporate presentation would not be made wearing sweat pants, when a dancer looks the part they also feel confident and ready to learn. Students not following dress code will be given a warning and then be asked to sit and watch class if the problem persists.
All Precious Petites, Lil' Cuties and Tiny Tutus Classes – Leotard/skirt and tights purchased through WCPA. Black tap shoes, pink ballet slippers for girls and black ballet slippers for boys. Hair should be up and pulled away from the face.
Dynamic Duo's and all other Jazz, Turns and Leaps, and Contemporary classes – Leotard (with or without skirt) or dance top which may be worn with black jazz pants or black bootie shorts. Black tap shoes, tan jazz shoes, and pink ballet slippers for girls, black for boys. Hair should be up and pulled back away from the face.
All other Ballet classes – Solid color leotard, pink tights and pink ballet slippers or pointe shoes. Hair needs to be in a bun.
All Hip-Hop classes - Baggy clothes are ok for this class! Sweat pants, basketball shorts or leggings paired with a T-shirt are great. Hair needs to be up and pulled back, sneakers are a MUST!
***All dancers should have a bag to keep their shoes in and bring a water bottle to class. All shoes should be labeled with the dancer’s name.