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summer 2019 technique classes

June 10-August 29, 2019

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SUMMER 2019 INTENSIVE and Performance August 20 and 21, 2019!

Are you looking for a summer dance intensive that will challenge you and give you a unique performing experience? Dancers in level 2 and up are invited to register for Out on a Limb's Summer Intensive and Performance- a program that combines our full range of technique classes and rehearsals for our summer show! Dancers must be enrolled in the full Summer Intensive program by June 5 to be cast in the summer show.  

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tuition

Tuition is based on 12 weeks of classes divided into 3 monthly installments. By registering for classes, you are committing to pay monthly tuition. If you need to drop a class or change your registration in any way, please notify us by email as quickly as possible to ensure that your account remains accurate. Missed or cancelled classes will not be refunded, but you may take make up classes at any time. 

Monthly tuition for the dance program is based on number of registered class hours per week. Tuition for one hour per week is $55 per month. The more class hours you register for, the lower your hourly tuition rate will be. Family members’ number of dance class hours may be combined (except for PAE students, whose tuition is a flat rate and cannot be combined with other dance class hours.) 

A once-annual family registration fee of $50 is applied in September, or at the time of registration. 

Tuition is due the first week of each month. A $15 late fee will be applied after the 15th of the month. 

Tuition can be payed by cash (exact amount only) or check in the tuition box in the lobby. Tuition can also be payed by credit or debit card in the lobby or through your online account here. To access your online account, use the email provided at the time of registration. If this is the first time you have accessed your account, click the "Forgot your password" link to establish one. Recurring tuition payments can also be set up online. 

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DANCE EDUCATION SCHOLARSHIPS

As a part of a community outreach effort, Out on a Limb offers Dance Education Scholarships for students who share our passion for dance, but are in need of financial support. Visit our scholarships page for more information.  

We are happy to help answer any questions or help you register!


Class Descriptions

Level 6-8: Advanced classes geared toward ages 14 and up. Ballet, pointe, tap and jazz shoes required. 
Level 5: Advanced Intermediate classes geared toward ages 13-16. Ballet, pointe, tap and jazz shoes required. 
Level 4: Intermediate classes for dancers who are en pointe, geared toward ages 11-14. Ballet, pointe, tap and jazz shoes required.     Level 4a: Intermediate classes for dancers who are not yet en pointe, geared toward ages 11-14. Ballet, pointe, tap and jazz shoes required. 
Level 3: Intermediate classes for dancers not yet en pointe, geared toward ages 9-13. Ballet, tap and jazz shoes required. 
Level 2: Advanced Beginning classes geared toward ages 7-10. Ballet, tap and jazz shoes required. 
Level 1: Beginning class geared toward ages 5-8. Level 1 students should take both ballet and tap/jazz. Ballet, tap and jazz shoes required. 

Creative Movement (ages 3-4): Combination class offering beginning concepts of ballet, tap and jazz, counting music and creative movement. Students must be out of diapers. Ballet and tap shoes required. Any color dance clothes. Hair should be back.

Beginning Dance (classes offered for age 3 and up): Combination class offering the fundamentals of ballet, tap, jazz, counting music and creative movement. Ballet and tap shoes required. Any color dance clothes. Hair should be back.

Stage Acrobatics: Focusing on acrobatic movement that would be used in choreography to enhance the development of characters generally found in dance theatre productions. Bronze, silver, and gold levels offered. Level placement determined by instructor.