Classes are offered for students 2 ½ (must be potty trained) thru adults. A positive attitude is contagious. Being a bully and rude to other students will not be tolerated and parent or parents will be called and informed of the situation. Attendance is important to the student’s learning and progression and perfect attendance is being a good TEAM PLAYER! When in class, use your class manners, respect your teachers and other students, try your hardest and thank your teacher when class is over.


All accounts must be kept current to participate in events or competitions. See payment policies. Deborah’s School of Dance LLC cannot be responsible for students outside of the building. Deborah’s School of Dance LLC reserves the right to refuse service to
anyone. Any changes in email, phone numbers, or address will be conveyed to the appropriate person as soon as possible. If you are not receiving statements via email thru Jackrabbit or monthly newsletters, please contact the appropriate
person to make sure that Deborah’s School of Dance has the correct information. Any questions or concerns must be discussed with the teacher or owner out of class time and not when they have classes. Always be positive and supportive of teachers and Deborah’s School of Dance LLC in the waiting room. Negative attitudes are contagious. In order for the studio to be successful, sharing on Facebook students’ successes and important information is quite helpful.

Dress Code

Preschool thru 2nd grade (not grade in school, but dance class placement) - black or pink leotard, pink or caramel tights, skirts are optional, So Danca canvas caramel ballet shoes and caramel tap shoes (teacher’s choice).
3rd-4th grade - solid color crop tops, leotards, booty shorts or leggings (if wanted), carmel tights and specific shoes for each class (teacher’s choice).
Tumbling – leotard, dance shorts and jazz shoes (preferred).
Hair – pulled back and away from the face. No scrunchies!
Our goal is to achieve a lifted, elegant and strong look for our dancers and shoes must fit and not be painful or too large. Students must care about how they look.


Costume deposits are due in October and balances are due by December 10th . All costumes must be paid in full to be ordered.
Red Wheel fundraiser in November is used for costumes and then if there is a balance it will be applied to the January tuition.

Recital & Recital Fees

Recital is the showcase for all students registered in a class for the whole dance season. Students not wanting to perform in the recital are asked to only enroll in the first semester, otherwise dress rehearsal and recital are required. The recital fee is $45 per family and due by April 15th . There will be no cost for admission.

Competition Team

Competition contracts including competition and workshop requirements will be handed out to all interested students. The competition team must be committed for the whole year (thru the State Fair performance) and to the competitions selected.