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  • When you register for classes in the fall, you are reserving a spot in the class. That spot is for the entire dance year. Our classes run from September – May or June. We expect tuition to be paid for all 10 months. If your child does not take class in December, tuition is still owed for that month. The yearly tuition at C&C is divided by months and monthly expenses remain the same. Your student is taking a spot in the class and you can cover the tuition either by month or by year.

  • The preferred method of payment this year will be automatic withdrawal. The forms are available at the desk. If you have done the automatic payment in the past, a written request to continue still needs to be turned in at the desk. Tuition paid by any other means may be charged an additional fee. Tuition can also be paid via Venmo: @Angela-Curtis-CandCBallet

  • Tuition is due the first class of every month and is subject to a $10.00 late fee after the 10th. There is no credit for classes missed. Classes that are canceled by the C&C Ballet Academy for legitimate reasons will be rescheduled.

  • If your child is taking two or more classes, the additional classes are half price. If you have two children taking classes from the same family, you receive a 10% discount. Both discounts can apply.

  • Tuition prices can be found on our current schedule here.

  • We will be charging a performance fee to cover the cost of the building rental, scenery, programs, and music for our performances. This once a year fee is due by October 15th. The fee is $30 per student.

  • Costume fees will be sent out as soon as costumes have been ordered. Costumes usually range from $40-$80 per dance. A $40 costume fee is due at the time of registration. This fee will go towards dancer's individual costumes fees.

  • Competition team fees are separate from any other fees. Paige will send out a breakdown of all comp fees once we have registered for competitions.

  • C&C Ballet Academy strongly enforces a dress code to help encourage discipline and professionalism in the classroom. Wearing the correct dance attire is crucial to your dancer's success to allow teachers to see proper body form and alignment​.


    • Leotard of choice, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair pulled back​


    • Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, no skirt or shorts over leotard, hair pulled back​

  • JAZZ:

    • Black leotard or biketard, ​black dance shorts or black leggings, tan tights, jazz jazz shoes, hair pulled back

  • TAP:

    • Dance clothing, no street clothes, black tap shoes, hair pulled back​

  • HIP-HOP:

    • Dance clothing, no street clothes, sneakers, hair pulled back


    • Black leotard or tank, black shorts or leggings, hair pulled back​

    • Please ask individual team instructors what shoes they prefer for their team

  • Attendance is crucial in your dancer's success. When a dancer is absent, they can fall behind on technique and choreography. Dancers who miss class excessively may risk being pulled from upcoming performances or recitals.

  • Dancers who are members of our competition teams must attend ALL classes. Dancers who miss two weeks prior to a performance will be spaced out of the routine and are subject to losing more opportunities.

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