Registration opens around July or August prior to the upcoming season.
In order to register, a registration form must be completed and an active credit card must be kept on file!
Registration fees apply to new and returning students at the start of each new season.
In the event that a class is full, you may have to be placed on our “wait list”. If a spot becomes available, we will contact you prior to enrolling your student.
We ask everyone to be patient the first month of classes. During this time both students and instructors will be learning about each other and the class as a whole. Some classes may not be the size we anticipated and we may have to move students to a different class. Some students, for their benefit, may need to be moved according to their ability levels and classroom behavior. Advancement is based on correct placement, skill mastery, and instructor recommendation--not just by age. There may be students of varying ages in certain classes based on advancement. The student's attitude, classroom etiquette, as well as, their interest and goals will be taken into consideration. Students will be evaluated throughout each session to determine if they are in the class that best meets and addresses their skills and ability level.
Make Up classes are for our Registered Program September-June only. If a dancer misses their scheduled class for any reason, they may make it up at any other class they choose AS LONG AS it is in the students current level. All dancers are responsible for keeping track of their own missed classes. Please let the teacher know if your dancers is attending a class as a make-up.
-It is the student's responsibility to make up the classes they have missed. Classes MUST be made up during the Season. They cannot be extended over the Summer.
-If your class falls on Labor Day or Memorial Day, you need to make up your class.
Note: All other studio closings are not charged for!
-Students MUST be enrolled/registered in at least one class a week to make up a missed class!! As long as your dancer stays registered in the program, all make up classes have until the end of the season to do so.
- Classes CANNOT be made up in a class that they are already enrolled/registered in.
View our Tuition page for most up-to-date tuition prices and discounts.
A 5% discount is given to those making annual payments at the time of registration.
If your child wishes to ADD or DROP a class after the start of the season, you must notify firstname.lastname@example.org. If no notification is given when dropping classes, YOU WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ENTIRE TUITION PAYMENT.
If tuition payments are not received by the session due date, a $25 late fee will be added to your account balance.
We accept Cash, Check, Money Orders, Mastercard, Visa, or American Express.
Once you have registered, Danceline LA will continue to charge the card on file for each session payment. If you wish to make a payment in a different form, please notify the front desk or email email@example.com.
If your child wishes to ADD or DROP a class after the start of the season, you must email firstname.lastname@example.org. If no notification is given when dropping classes, YOU WILL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR THE ENTIRE TUITION PAYMENT.
Tuition charges will be prorated for the remainder of the current session if a dancer wishes to participate in added classes immediately.
There are NO REFUNDS for dropped classes. Students will still have the option to switch to another class in their level.
There is a $25 fee for all returned checks.
Recital and costume fees are due after measurements are taken
Our youth program is a 36-week commitment. To best support your child’s training, CONSISTENT ATTENDANCE IS REQUIRED.
It is important for dancers to attend all scheduled classes. Regular attendance is imperative for consistent progress, and to ensure that a dancer receives the maximum benefit from the class. This is especially true in group classes where a students absence will have an effect on formations involving other students and placement in the choreography of routines. It is the students and/or parents responsibility for obtaining any information missed when absent.
It is imperative to your child’s success at Danceline LA that it is viewed as a serious commitment.
Students should arrive no earlier then 30 mins prior to their class time. The studio is not responsible for students who are dropped off too early, or are not picked up in a timely manner. Dancers must be picked up on time!
In order to ensure a quiet learning atmosphere and environment where the pupils can concentrate without distraction, observers are not permitted unless the teacher invites you in.
If you have any questions or concerns about your child’s training, your child’s teacher, or the school, feel free to contact us.
We end our 36-week season with an annual recital at a prestigious Los Angeles Theater. The recital gives students the chance to display what they have learned throughout the year. All students are able to participate in this performance.
There are additional fees for recital and each costume due at the during session 3.
Please view of Calendar for recital and Dress rehearsal dates.
Dress rehearsal is mandatory!