A: Any class with Ballet will need pink tights. All other classes will need skin colored tights.
A: If your child will miss class, please inform the front desk so that they can relay the message to the teacher(s). You are always more than welcome to make up that class by taking another class that week!
A: Yes. We have a dress code. The simple leotard and tights make it possible for the instructors to see the dancers' bodies so they can make the proper corrections. Baggy clothing inhibits the instructor’s ability to make corrections. We ask that the dancers do not wear ballet skirts, baggy shirts or jewelry during classes.
**For ballet, black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet slippers (black ballet tights, white shirt, black ballet shoes for boys). Hair in a bun and no extra clothing (skirts, etc.)
**For jazz, black leotard, black jazz pants, leggings or shorts, tan tights, tan jazz shoes
**For hip hop, leotard and tights recommended, with leggings, shorts, sweat pants, tank tops and shirts pulled over are okay.
**For contemporary/Modern, black leotard, tan tights, bare feet, black shorts or leggings are acceptable as well.
A: Hair must be worn up and off the face for all classes, no exceptions. Hair must be in a bun for ALL ballet classes.
A: Yes! Try any one class for free to ensure the right fit for your dancer!
A: Yes. We follow Chesterfield County Public School's Schedule for inclement weather closings. We do NOT make up classes that have been cancelled for inclement weather.
A: Yes! See the front desk for more details!
A: Yes private lessons are available with instructors in all of our offered genres. See the front desk. Subject to availability of the instructor.
A: Classes need a minimum of 6 to hold it's place on the schedule. If a class closes, students can choose another class, or will be thoughtfully placed/combined with another class.
A: Our season runs September - June each year. Our annual recital is held in June. We accept new enrollment until late in the year so long as the desired classes have not reached maximum enrollment.
A: There are great studios that compete and great studios that don’t compete. We are not a competition studio, we concentrate rather on building well rounded dancers through excellence in training, instruction, experience, elevation and expression.
A: Our primary source of communication is TeamApp (see the social media tab to download for free) and email. We ask that everyone provide us with a current email address, and download TeamApp on their smartphones so that they can stay updated with the happenings, rehearsals, closings etc. We also communicate via text messages, Facebook, instagram, and occasional handouts and newsletters. It is our goal to keep everyone informed. You are always welcome to call, email, or stop by the studio with any questions.
This is an App for Spotlight right on your smartphone, tablet or laptop!
You can download Team App (FREE) from your app stores or online with laptops, tablets etc.
EVERYONE that dances or has a child in dance at Spotlight, is invited to join the Spotlight Studio of Dance App! (Parents, Company, Teens, Tweens, Adults, and even Alumni!! ) It is the MOST IMPORTANT way to get all of the information that our #spotfam needs to live the #spotlife!
Once you have downloaded the App, Recreational families search for "Spotlight Studio of Dance" and Company dancers search for "Spotlight Company". Once you're in, create a profile and you're all set!
If you need any help or assistance with the app, have questions or comments, please don't hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have!
A: Absolutely! At Spotlight, we have an open door policy! We also have windows outside of the studio as well. Feel free to stay and watch, or drop-off/Pick-up your child.
A: No. Costumes are included with the tuition.
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