Good manners toward teachers and students are part of ballet training and the etiquette of our school. Healthy competition (but not rivalry) is encouraged. Teachers and students are expected to encourage and support one another. Studio property and the belongings of others must be respected. Inappropriate language will not be tolerated. Students are expected to be punctual. Students arriving fifteen minutes late will be asked to observe class that day. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in dismissal. Visitors are expected to show the same good manners and consideration.
The Performing Arts School of Classical Ballet | (210) 349-2154 | 8055 West Avenue. Suite 106, San Antonio TX 78213
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|Observation: 1st Week of Oct, Nov, Dec, Jan, Feb, Mar.
||Fall Session Begins
||Labor Day (No Classes)
|11.20.2012 - 11.24.2012
||Costume Fee Due
|12.24.2012 - 01.04.2013
|03.11.2013 - 03.15.2013
||Recital Fee Due
|05.30.2013 - 05.31.2013
Female students must wear plain black leotards, pink matte tights, and pink shoes to all ballet classes. Tap and Pre-Ballet classes will also need black tap shoes. Lyrical Jazz requires black jazz shoes.
Male students must wear white t-shirts, black tights, white socks, and black ballet shoes.
Hair must be in a neat bun off the face and neck. Bangs and hair too short for a bun should be clipped neatly out of the face.
Jewelry should be removed, except stud earrings and
engagement / wedding rings.
Proper covering attire must be worn over leotards when arriving or departing the studio.