Dress Code

2022-2023

Policies/Dress Code

Updated Dress Code 2022-2023

Tuition

All dance classes are a FULL YEAR commitment beginning in September and ending in May. Tuition payments can be made monthly, every 3 months, or paid in full at the beginning of the dance season. Acceptable methods of payment include cash, check, or credit card.

Credit Card Payments

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express

Missed Class

Please call Studio 21 and leave a message in the case of an absence. There will be no refunds issued for missed classes, however, make-up classes can be arranged (only 2 make-up classes allowed per year). It is the responsibility of the student and/or parent to discuss make-up classes with a Studio 21 staff member.

Vacations, Holidays, and Weather Closings

Studio 21 follows the Swampscott Public School Calendar. If the Swampscott Public Schools are closed, Studio 21 will also be closed.

There will be 2 Snow Days allowed per class.  In the event there are more than 2 snow days, makeup classes will be scheduled.

Dance Bag

All dancers should carry a dance bag with them to hold dance shoes, dance clothing, and any necessities they may need for class. All items in the dance bag should be clearly labeled with the dancer’s name.

Annual Dance Recital

Saturday June 3, 2023 at Marblehead Veterans Middle School

At the end of the dance year, Studio 21 will hold an annual dance recital. Participation at the end of the year dance recital is not mandatory but strongly encouraged! Dancers participating in the recital are required to purchase the necessary costume(s).

Non-Refundable Deposit: $40/costume due in NOVEMBER 2022

Costume Balance: TBD due in FEBRUARY 2023

Studio Rental

Rental fee: $50/hour

Dance Attire

Updated Dress Code 2022-2023

Where to purchase?

On Your Toes Dancewear located at 194 Newbury St. Rte. 1 South, Peabody, MA. Click here to visit their website.

Required dance attire is mandatory at all dance classes unless otherwise specified. If a dancer comes to class unprepared, he/she may be asked to leave.

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