Tuition: Summer 2018 (8-week session)
- Camps: $265 ($220 with Early Bird Discount before April 30)
- 55-minute class for kids and Teen Beginning levels: $150
- All other classes (75-minute, 90 minute) for kids and Teen Beginning levels: $165
Our Flex Pass is available to pre-teen and teen intermediate and advanced dancers. Eligible students will receive an invitation to use this pass to drop in on whatever classes they want to take this summer. Additionally, they are able to attend appropriate Teen Beginning level classes using the Flex Pass. This offers our more advanced dancers flexibility in their summer schedule and allows them to try different styles and grow their dancing repertoire.
- Pre-Teen Flex Pass: $240
- Teen Flex Pass: $300
Adult dancers can register for the full session, use a dance card, or drop in to dance with us for Summer 2018.
- Adult Tuition: $135
- Dance Card: $78 for four classes plus a free coffee from Take 5, our coffee bar
- Drop In: $20 per class
- Class Withdrawal: If withdrawn by Sunday June 24, the full amount can be reimbursed as a credit on the dancer’s account to be used for future registration, or the amount can be refunded as a check, minus a $20 administration fee.
- There are no credits or refunds offered once the summer session begins (Monday June 25). At this point, dancers have the option to shuffle into another class or camp that works better for their schedule.
- Age Requirements: Dancer must be the proper age for the class or camp by the first day of summer session (Monday June 25).
Tuition: Spring 2018 (17-week session)
55-minute class: $315
75/80-minute class: $330
90-minute class: $350
- A performance fee of $115 is charged per performing class.
- A registration fee of $25 is charged per family per semester.
- Monday classes’ tuition is adjusted to account for no class on Memorial Day, May 28.
- A multi-class discount of $30 will be applied to the third class per family and a discount of $50 will be applied to each additional class per family.
- Registration – Each Fall we open up registration to all students, new and returning. Fall Open Registration is done on a first-come, first-served basis. Spring registration has a “priority” window of several weeks in which we allow current students to re-signup for the class they had in fall. Summer registration is always on a first-come, first-served basis. Payment options are cash, check, or credit card. You can sign up online, over the phone, or in person. Payment in full is due at the time of registration.
- Placement – Students are carefully placed in each class according to age, ability level, attention span, and effort. This is a reflection of caring teachers who want to find a class that best suits each dancer’s needs. Students who attend spring session will receive a class placement for the following fall. In addition, school-age dancers will receive a written evaluation.
- Dance Attire – For all classes, we require appropriate dance clothing, hair pulled back away from face, and the removal of jewelry. Dancers must also have the appropriate footwear for their genre (no stocking feet). For a full list of specific requirements by genre, please see Dance Attire Requirements.
- Cancellations – All classes are subject to possible cancellation based on low enrollment. In the event that your class or camp is cancelled, we will make every attempt to find a comparable class at a suitable day and time. If your schedule does not allow for a change, you will be refunded for the remaining classes in the session.
- Credits/Refunds – If you need to withdraw from a class after registering and making payment, you may be eligible for a refund or studio credit, depending on the date and circumstances of the withdrawal. For specific information, please see our Credit/Refund Policy page.
- Emergency/Weather Closure – If the Seattle Public Schools are closed, then the studio is closed as well. On late start days and non-school days (Saturday), we will assess the safety of opening the studio and post our decision to social media (Facebook and Instagram) as well as update our voicemail.
- Makeup Classes – If a class is missed, you may do a makeup in a class of similar level and age group with prior approval from office staff.To request a makeup class (one at a time, please), call us at (206) 524-8944 or email us. We do not allow classes to be made up during the first week of a semester, Watching Week, or once the session has ended.
- Communication – We try our best to keep you informed, well in advance, of important deadlines and dates. Our primary tools are our website, social media, e-mails to families, and in-studio verbal and written announcements.
- Photos and Social Media – All That Dance maintains the right to take photos and/or videos of its dancers or guests. The photographs and videos are intended for marketing and promotional us on our website and social media and do not name or disclose personal information of those within the images.
- Watching Class – Our studio lobbies have seating and windows that look into our dance floors through sheer curtains. Watching is OK, but we ask that you do so discreetly to reduce distractions. Parents, friends, and family are invited onto the studio floor to watch the entire lesson during Watching Week.
- Bathroom Breaks – For dancers in our pre-school program, we ask that you take them to the bathroom and wash hands before class begins to avoid interruption of dance time. If the dancer needs to use the bathroom during class, the teacher will look for a parent/guardian in the lobby to assist the dancer. If no parent/guardian is on site, a staff member will escort the dancer to the restroom and offer assistance with dressing/undressing. For dancers still in diapers, we ask that a caretaker remain in the lobby to assist with diaper changes if needed (we are not licensed to do so).
- Drop-off/Pick-up/Parking – Parents are responsible for dropping off and picking up students on time and students who are minors must be accompanied by an adult when leaving their lesson. Please notify your child’s instructor if a different adult will be picking him/her up. If a student is picked up late more than two times, we reserve the right to remove the child from the class with no refund. If a parent is late for pick up after the last class of the day, necessitating the instructor to remain past studio hours with the child, a fee of $2 a minute will be charged to compensate the instructor for their time. At the Main location in Wedgwood, please use street parking. Cars parked in the alley or spaces behind the building will be towed. At our Greenwood location, there is a parking lot.
- Performing Classes: Attendance Requirements – Dancers in a performing class (spring session only) can miss no more than four classes and remain in the performance. If more than four are missed, the dancer will be removed from the performance choreography and no refund will be given. This policy ensures the quality of our performance pieces and the safety of all dancers.
- Removal from Studio Activities – All That Dance also reserves the right to discontinue a child’s participation in class if the child’s behavior becomes a distraction for the instructor and/or other students. In this instance, we will make every effort to work with the child — in concert with the parent — to resolve any behavior issues. All That Dance also reserves the right to discontinue a child’s participation in class, the ATD Company, or any other related studio activities if All That Dance determines that the child’s parent has treated staff, instructors, other students, or other parents in a rude, threatening, demeaning way or in any other manner it deems unacceptable in light of All That Dance’s positive, friendly community environment. In both cases, the parent would be refunded for the remaining number of classes, stage time, or instructor time on a pro-rated basis, less the non-refundable $20 administrative fee.