Q: What should my child wear to class?

A: It is important to dress in appropriate clothes for dance to allow for mobility, to limit distractions and to help your child really feel like a dancer!

  • Your youngest dancer, age 2, should wear comfortable clothes; stretchy or loose fitting pants, and a comfortable t-shirt, and bare feet. If you wish to dress them in more traditional dance wear, please refer below.
  • Boys, ages 3-6 years old—black leggings and white t-shirt with black leather ballet slippers
  • Girls, ages 3-6 years old—any color leotard, tutu or wrap skirt optional, full footed or footless pink tights with pink leather ballet slippers
  • Satin children’s bedroom slippers, jeans, other bulky clothing and costume jewelry should not be worn to class.


Q: Where can I purchase my child’s dance wear?

A: Stores such as WalMart and Target have a sweet selection of leotards and tights. Discount Dance Supply ( has a beautiful variety of leotards, tutus, sweaters and leather ballet slippers for both boys and girls.


Q: What happens in case of inclement weather?


A: Should snow, ice, or any other emergency prevent us from holding classes, a notice will be posted on our Facebook page, as well as our website homepage. Information regarding make up arrangements will be emailed. 


Q: What if my child is sick/away on vacation/misses a class?


A: Refunds or credits for missed classes will not be offered. Should your family have extenuating circumstances please email us at


Q: Does Studio One Dance offer trial classes?


A: Yes, we offer one free trial class for all new students where space is available. Please email to reserve your dancer’s trial space.


Q: What happens if my child’s class has low enrollment?


A: All classes are required to have 4 registered students in order to run. We will keep all classes open for the first 3-4 weeks of the session as enrollment grows. If after that your class is cancelled due to low enrollment, Studio One Dance will issue a pro-rated refund for the remaining classes.