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SCHEDULE OF CLASSES FOR WINTER/SPRING 2024

Our Weekly Schedule Jan. 8  - May 23, 2024 

Monday
5:30 - 6:30 PM - Ballet for 6 and 7's. - Tharpe (Studio B) 628 Main Street
6:00-8:20 - Ballet And Pointe for Elementary/Int/Adv. Peticolas - (Studio A) - 628 Main St

Tuesday
5:45 - 7:15 PM - Beginning 1 and 2 and 3 - Douglas (Studio B) 628 Main St
6:00 - 8:20 PM - Elementary/Int/Adv. Peticolas (Studio A) 628 Main St

Wednesday
5:45 - 7:00 PM Open character - Beginning 2 and UP - Peticolas (StudioA) 628 Main Street


Thursday
5:45 - 7:15 PM - Beginning 1, 2, 3/Adult - Peticolas (StudioB) 628 Main St
6:00 - 8:20 PM - Elementary/Int/Adv. Douglas (StudioA) 628 Main St.

Saturday
10:30 - 12:00 noon - Combined Elem and Int/Adv/open adult - Peticolas (StudioA) 628 Main St.
12:20-3:45 Rehearsals as listed.

Sunday
To be Decided Re Production needs

A SPECIAL NOTE FOR ADULTS: YOU WILL NOT FIND AN ADULT ONLY CLASS LISTED ON THIS SITE. There are 2 classes that suggest ADULT - the Contemporary on Wednesdays, and the Ballet 1,2,3, on Thursdays. Adults with more ballet experience are encouraged to try the Saturday 10:30AM Class. We have a mix of younger students and faithful adults who are motivated by the students' energy and encouraged with the inclusion. INFORMATION ON PAYMENT OPTIONS AS AN ADULT ARE ON THE FEES PAGE. AND WE DO RESPOND TO EMAIL REALLY WELL!
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WHEN

Semester Calendar:

FALL SEMESTER
Aug. 26- 1st day of classes
Dec. 20,21 - last day of classes/performances
Jan 8 - Winter Semester begins
March 11- 16 - Spring Break
May 22, 23 - Spring Performance


WHERE

For our winter session we will cozying together  at 628 Main Street. Please be respectful of classes in session as you enter, and keep the door closed to conserve our heat. 
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HOW LONG

The semester lasts from Jan. -May. 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.
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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, ask dancers to purchase the uniform 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. Adults coming to classes are not required to adhere to the dress code, but to use discretion for viewing body lines and modesty. All students entering and leaving need to have appropriate street wear coverage of shoes, pants or skirts over leotard and tights. Ballet wear is not appropriate for a public street.
Adults and guests are not required to conform to the designated leotard but are requested to dress appropriately for movement and modesty.

WE WANT YOU TO SUCCEED