2021-22 SCHEDULE & tuition
Explore our COVID-considerate schedule including Learning Corps and Skills Enhancement Classes as well as Recreational classes!
Creative Movement (age 3-4)
Creative Movement/Tap (age 4-5) PreBallet/Tap (age 5-6)
Ballet/Tap (age 6-7)
Ballet I (age 7-9)
Ballet II (age 9-11)
Ballet III-IV (age 12 and up)
Pointe (director approval only)
Alignment & Conditioning
** By Audition Only
CDPA 2021 - 2022
Foundations I: PreK (1hr/wk)
Foundations II: Kindergarten/1st (1hr/wk) Level I: Grade 2/3 (2hr/wk)
Level II: Grades 4/5 (2hr/wk)
Level III/IV: Grade 6&up (2hr/wk)
**Apprentice Company (by audition 6hr/wk) **Junior Company (by audition 6hr/wk)
**Senior Company (by audition 6hr/wk) Scottish Highland (by competition level)
Recreational Dance Classes:
Open Contemporary (ages 12 & up)
Open Theatrical Jazz (ages 12 & up)
Open Theatrical Tap (ages 12 & up)
Jazz/Acro (ages 6 & up)
Tumbling Tartan Tykes (age 3-6)
Tutus & Tennis Shoes (ages 4-7)
Cheer Dance (ages 5 & up)
Learning Corps Programming 2021-22
(These classes began in the Fall of 2021 and will continue as scheduled through June of 2022)
Additional Membership Services: Homework Hangouts, FB Care and Connect Activities, FB Live PopUp Classes, CDPA Resources Portal, NHSDA
Recreational Dance Classes: Open Contemporary (ages 12 & up), Open Theatrical Jazz (ages 12 & up), Adult Tap, Jaz:z/Acro (ages 6 & up), Tumbling Tartan Tykes (age 3-6), Tutus & Tennis Shoes (ages 4-7), Cheer Dance (ages 5 & up)
CDPA Class Fees
CDPA CLASS FEES
Base rate: $56 per month per hour x 11 months (multiply $56 x # of hours and apply percentage discount from chart below. Round DOWN to the nearest dollar
2 hr = No Discount
3 hr to 5 hr = 10% off total
6 hr to 8 hr = 15% off total
9 hr to 11 hr = 20% off total
11 hr and up = 25% off total (total family hours)
Unlimited per Dancer = $375
Loyalty/Family Discounts: Case by Case Please email the director at firstname.lastname@example.org
LATE FEE by 5th of month
LATE FEE is $25
For Information on Private Lessons, Studio Rentals and Events/Parties, Email Director.
What is the difference between Progressive Curriculum, Learning Corps and Recreational tracks?
In the wake of COVID-19 recovery, I know that we need to give options to families for a return to dance activities that meet current needs of time, schedule and interest as well as allow for some restorative work in the areas of socialization and skill building. Our students who continued their studies during COVID reported high satisfaction with the Learning Corps approach and I decided to keep that option. I understand that some of our NEW to CDPA Foundations level students would prefer to get on our CDPA Progressive Track having seen how accomplished our studio graduates are in their technique and performance. Many families need their student to be able to ease back into a dance schedule, or just start dance later in life, or are unsure of how dance fits in their life right now. This is where our recreational classes should fit the bill!
Are we able to mix and match?
Yes, you absolutely can and SHOULD. It is best if you choose a Learning Corps as a BASE (if space is available as former students will have first option) and then add enhancement or recreational classes that round out your goals for movement studies. For this reason, we will have a traditional OPEN HOUSE and REGISTRATION again this year so that we can talk through your needs and get your dance wear ordered in time for an August 9th start!
Do you have to be a certain age to take more than one class?
Absolutely not. Think about it like this: Does your child only play on the playground or swim one day or one hour a week? Consider your child’s energy level and usual engagement time in outdoor or play related activities. That will give you a good gage for your child’s benefit in multiple class engagement. Remember dance hits all of the development markers in our children and serves as a physical, emotional, intellectual access point to cognitive and affective learning goals while providing therapeutic elements innate and embedded in the experience.
What do I do while my child is at dance?
The sky is the limit!! Enjoy one on one time with your other children. Go for coffee with a friend. Start a trail walking or biking group. Start a small group Bible Study or Reading Club. Go and enjoy downtown Winter Garden! You will be able to be back in the lobby in the Fall if all stays on track, but…why???? Let’s focus on parent time and energy too and get more “bang for your bucks” by taking time for YOU while your child is growing and learning in the safety of our CDPA dance family!
Answers to these questions and more are in the development stages!! Will there be morning classes or early afternoon?
Do you offer classes for homeschooled students or virtual learners?
Will ZOOM classes be offered? With there be a TuTu Twos (222s class?)
Will you have adult classes?
Remember that CDPA remains small by choice so that I can give personal attention to each of our families. I am always available to you via text or email.
Contact me directly @ 321 960 5916 or email@example.com