June 5 to July 21
☞ This is an excellent way to see if our dance classes and studio are a good fit for you and your child before registering for our full year progressive dance program starting August 7, 2022.
The D.R.E.A.M. Center is proudly a "boutique" business offering our students a private school environment.
Our Purple Program has a maximum capacity of 16 students per class.
Once we have reached our class capacity, it is our goal to honor and serve our currently enrolled families, giving you and your child an exquisite experience at our school.
Enrollment for this program opens yearly in March and closes once the capacity of 16 students has been reached.
Once our waitlist has reached 8 students, we will begin the process of opening a new class.
The D.R.E.A.M Center is an honest and transparent company.
That means NO hidden fees, NO surprise fees and the confidence and clarity you need before committing your child to our progressive dance program.
Before you register, we take the time to help you understand your financial commitment involved in being a part of our private dance school.
Find all associated fees regarding our Purple Program below:
- 7 weeks of Ballet for $77
- 7 weeks of Tap for $77
- 7 weeks of Jazz for $77
- 7 weeks of Hip Hop for $77
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5 reasons to choose our packaged program:
- The multi-class discount.
- You get 1.5 hours of free time while your child is dancing.
- Children who take multiple classes progress faster.
- Your child will get more fun physical activity.
Our schedule has been strategically designed to give your child the opportunity to enroll in more than one class without having to attend our studio on more than 3 days a week.
Dress for success! Now that you have decided to dance with us, it is time to prepare your child for success in the classroom by purchasing appropriate dancewear.
Skaters need skates, swimmers need swimsuits, music lessons need an instrument, dancers need dancewear.
Dancewear is an integral part of every dancer’s life. While parents may wish to buy dancewear that allows some growing room and lesser quality materials for a more cost-effective purchase, this is not advisable.
Dance clothing is intended to be ‘fitted’, and have a three-way stretch as part of the functions.
Finally, studio uniforms are a way of adjustment and discipline, as well as representing the studio culture.
Everyone wearing the same clothing prepares students for a structured environment of formal behaviour.
Dancewear discipline is required at The D.R.E.A.M.