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Extreme Cold Alternate Winter/Spring 2022


All Classes at 628 Main
No Changes for those classes already scheduled at 628 Main

Monday
6:20 - 8:20 PM - Elem - Peticolas Studio B - 226 N 6th
6:20 - 8:20 PM - Int/Adv by permission Douglas Studio A

Tuesday
5:30 - 7:00 PM - Beginning 1 and 2 - Douglas Studio A 628 Main
6:20 - 7:00 PM Just Elementary/Int Peticolas Studio B
7:00 - 8:20 PM Beginning Pointe/Prepointe (Elem/Int) - Douglas Studio A
7:00 - 8:20 PM WarmUP and Pointe Adv. - Peticolas Studio B

Wednesday
5:30 - 6:45 PM Open character - Beginning 2 and UP - Peticolas Studio A
6:50 - 8:20 PM - Repertory by Invitation and Appointment - Peticolas Studio B

Thursday
5:00 - 6:15 PM - Fundamentals of Ballet 2 - Douglas Studio B 628 Main
5:30 - 7:00 PM - Beginning 1 and 2 - Peticolas Studio A 628 Main
6:20 - 7:00 PM - Just Int/Adv. Douglas Studio B
7:00 - 8:20 PM - Elementary/Int and Beg. Pointe continued - Douglas Studio A
7:00 - 8:20 PM - Continued Just advanced - Peticolas Studio B

Saturday
10:30 AM - 12:00 NOON - Elem/Int/Peticolas Studio A
12:00 Noon -2:00 PM Advanced/Pointe Repertory Studio B

Sunday
To be Decided Re Production needs

EMAIL EMAIL Encouragement For Adults.

WHEN

Semester Calendar:

FALL 2021
Aug.30, 2021 - 1st day of classes
Sept. 6 - Labor Day - NO CLASSES
Nov. 23 - Nov. 29 - Thanksgiving Break
Dec. 22 - Last day of classes Fall Semester.


Jan. 10 - 1st day of classes, Winter/Spring Semester
March 14-26 - Spring break to accommodate both All 3 School Corps.
May 20 - Last Day of classes.

WHERE

Most of our classes occur at 628 Main Street as it is more accessible for families with small children. Upper level classes are also held at the building of 226 N. 6th Street, 3rd floor. An access code is needed for entry. Please email us to obtain the code. REQUEST CODE

HOW LONG

The semester lasts from Aug. to Dec. We encourage you to make up missed classes at a lower or equivalent level to continue the learning process, even if this is with a different instructor.
Winter/Spring Semester begins Jan. 10.

FEES

We try to keep our tuition priced at a minimum to cover the costs for our facilities and our faculties. No where can you find equal quality instruction for this price. If something is out of sight for your family finances, please talk to the director about scholarship opportunities and work balance options. We want to allow everyone to pursue his or her dreams.

DRESS CODE

To better help our young dancers take pride in the classical tradition, and the beauty of the body, we are instituting a new dress code for FALL 2019. Each class level will have an assigned color in a very flattering style of leotard. Pink tights and shoes are required. All is available at the ENCHANTED POINTE 226 N 6th St. Lafayette 765.404.8560. Gentleman will wear white shirt, black tights and black socks with black shoes.

WE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED