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  • When is the front desk open?
    Our front desk is staffed: Monday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm Tuesday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm Wednesday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm Thursday: 5:00pm - 9:00pm Friday: Open for appointments only Saturday: 10:00am -12:30pm Sunday: Open for appointments only
  • How do I sign up for a class?
    You can review the class schedule here and register for classes.
  • How do I know what level class to sign up my dancer for?
    It is best practice to sign up for the lowest level and make the class instructor aware of any dance training your child has had. The instructor will evaluate your dancer and ensure he/she is placed in the appropriate level class. If your child wants to try a new/different style of dance, we recommend your dancer take a trial class that is the correct age/level class, and the instructor will evaluate the student in class to ensure he/she is in the correct class.
  • What is the appropriate attire for the various genre classes?
    Here is a list of the attire requirements by class type: Class Dress Codes
  • Where can I buy dance shoes and attire?
    See the front desk person and they can take care of your needs for any shoes or dance attire needed for classes, excluding Pointe shoes. If we don’t have your size, we can custom order for you!
  • What discounts do you offer?
    We offer a 10% sibling discount for additional dancers from the same family after the 1st dancer. The discount is applied after the full rate charge for the dancer taking the highest number of hours. Discounts cannot be combined. Example: Macy's tuition is $100 per month. Her sister Alexus has a monthly tuition of $80 and her other sister Sydney has a tuition of $50 per month. Applying the Multi-Student Discount of 10% then, the following will be posted for tuition. Macy $125 * 0.9 = $112.50 Alexus $90 * 0.9 = $81 Sydney $50 * 0.9 = $45 This results in a total tuition of $238/month versus $265/month without a multi-student discount.
  • What additional fees am I responsible for besides the monthly tuition (recreational dancers)?
    Dancers pay a $30 registration fee ($15 for each additional sibling, and if enrolled into the winter show or spring recital, the following fees will apply: Winter show fee due Sept 15th ($50 per dancer or $70 per family) Winter show Costume fee of $75 per costume due Oct 15th (principal roles may require additional costume fee and choreo fee) Recital costume fee of $75 per dancer (per class participating in recital) due March 15th Recital performance fee of $50 (or $70 per family) due March 15th
  • Can I watch my dancer in class?
    In order to remove any distraction for students, we have installed high definition cameras in all studios, which are visible from televisions in the lobby area for the convenience of our parents.
  • How long does registration for enrollment remain open after the season starts?
    We offer rolling registration through April. After April 30th, students call still register for classes and join other classes, but will not be able to participate in the spring recital in June.
  • What if I don’t see a class that works for my schedule?
    Adrenaline will consider adding an additional class to the schedule if space allows, or if you can bring 5 or more dancers who want to take that class.
  • When and where are the performance opportunities and who performs in these shows?
    The Winter show (recital) takes place in December and includes all recreational classes (not including technique classes.] The Spring show (recital) takes place mid June and includes all recreational classes (not including technique classes. Dancers may opt-out of either show, but we strongly recommend participation, as the shows are a culmination of the season/year’s work by the dancers. Adrenaline also seeks out local performance oportunities all year that are less formal.
  • What team opportunities does Adrenaline offer?
    We have the Adrenaline RUSH competitive dance team which dancers can audition for in the summer each year. The team offers a variety of options to every student! Whether you are just starting to dip your toes into competitive dance, or looking to begin your training with a pre-professional convention team, Adrenaline RUSH Dance is ready to partner with you on that journey Commitment is 3-3.5 hours weekly and one weekend a month.
  • Does my child need to practice?
    In order to improve, we all need to practice especially when competitions or shows are approaching. All dancers should practice at home each week and gently work on their flexibility each day to improve, build on their skills and achieve their dance goals. Ask your teacher how!
  • How is information relayed to parents and students?
    We rely heavily on email, social media, and our website to get our information out! It is therefore important that we have your best email contact and that you please check your emails regularly (including the SPAM folder). We often post on social channels with the latest news, so make sure you like us on Facebook and follow us on Instagram. Also keep an eye on the noticeboard in the waiting room as information is also relayed through this board. Other items of interest are also put on the board relating to outside workshops, summer, and specials on dance wear 🙂
  • Does my child need to attend classes regularly?
    It is essential that classes are attended consistently. If students frequently miss classes, it is difficult for them to catch up on what they may have missed and it is also difficult for other students to work around those who are missing. Dancing is a team sport like any other. If a child must be absent, we ask that you let us know as soon as possible through your parent portal.
  • Can my child trial a class before enrolling?
    Every student is able to complete a trial class before committing to enrolling. We find that this is the best way to make sure that the class is suitable for you and your child and that they enjoy it. Register your interest today and we will get back to you as soon as we can to arrange your trial lessons.
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