Premiere Dance FAQ's
Our Fall – Spring season runs from September through mid-June. Our Summer season runs from mid-June through August.
Each class during our Fall – Spring season meets once per week. Summer classes vary.
Our dress code can be found here. You can purchase all of the required attire at Premiere Dance Project.
We only allow make up classes if classes are missed due to weather / emergency cancellations.
Ballet is required for most classes as it is the foundation of dance. Students who wish to participate in hip hop and / or acro are not required to take ballet.
Yes! Each studio at Premiere has viewing windows for you to view your child’s class.
Yes, all loved ones are welcome to watch class from the hallways.
The number of classes depends on enrollment. Below is a breakdown of the number of dances & costumes / class:
Introductory Classes –
- Creative Concepts – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Tumble Tots – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Discover Dance – 2 Dances / 1 Costume
- KinderCombo – 2 Dances / 1 Costume
- Intermediate Progression – 2 Dances / 1 Costumes
- Introductory Acro – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Introductory Hip Hop – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
Mommy & Me does not perform in the recital.
Foundational Classes (Level I-IV) –
- Ballet – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Tap – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Jazz – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Acro – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Lyrical – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Contemporary – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Musical Theatre – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
- Hip Hop – 1 Dance / 1 Costume
Pointe does not perform in the recital.
We strongly encourage all dancers to participate in the recital, however we understand that this is not always possible. If your dancer will not be participating in recital, we ask that we are notified via email by October 1st.
Yes, parents are more than welcome to volunteer backstage during the recital. Parent volunteers help our recital run smoothly each year. If you are interested in volunteering please keep an eye out for a sign up as we approach recital.
Yes, all spectators must purchase a recital ticket to view the annual recital. Recital ticketing will be completed online a few weeks prior to the recital.
During our Fall – Spring season we require all families to pay for tuition via Auto-Pay in the Parent Portal. All tuition installments come out automatically on the first of the month. There is a 2.60% convenience fee for credit cards and 1.55% convenience fee for bank accounts applied to your tuition for this service. Additional fees must be paid separately and will not be automatically withdrawn. Auto-pay is required unless a family chooses to pay yearly or semesterly via check.
Our summer season has no extra fees. During our Fall – Spring season students will need to pay a registration fee when enrolling in classes. In addition, students participating in the recital will owe a recital fee and costume fee. The costume fee is based on the number of costumes the student will need for the recital. You can find our current fees here.
All dancers have 30 days to ensure continuation with classes. If dancers drop classes after the 30 day window, 25% of the remaining yearly balance will be due at the end of the current month. If this fee is not paid in full, tuition installments will continue to be billed as normal.
Yes, we can. There is a 2.60% convenience fee for every purchase completed through your studio account.