Elective dance classes for students ages 6-18.
The Elective Division is for those dancers, ages 6-18, who are NOT enrolled in the Student Division. This is a good option for anyone who wishes to supplement their training at CCB or wants to dance recreationally with a less demanding curriculum. Elective Division classes include ballet (up to 2 classes only for Ballet 1 and up), jazz, tap, and conditioning/cross-training. These classes are priced individually and are already included in annual tuition for any dancer enrolled in the Student Division program.
WHY THE ELECTIVE DIVISION
The Elective Division gives dancers a way to ease themselves in and make sure CCB is a good fit before committing to the Student Division program. It is also a great option for anyone who is looking to dance but prefers a less demanding curriculum.
1. The Elective Division includes up to 2 ballet classes only. This means only one or two ballet classes per week and does not include Pointe or Variations Studies & Stretch. If you wish to sign up for more than two ballet classes, you must enroll through the Student Division.
2. The Elective Division ballet class option starts at Ballet 1. Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet are not included as options in the Elective Division. That said, we highly recommend that any dancer in Pre-Ballet and up take more than one ballet class per week. Please refer to the chart below for the recommended number of classes for your level.
WHAT CLASSES TO TAKE
The Elective Division offers classes in ballet, tap, and jazz.To understand our class offerings more thoroughly, visit our CLASS DESCRIPTIONS.
Class placements are based on the level of individual dancers at the discretion of their teachers and in consultation with the directors, and age is not the primary factor in level placement. Auditions are not required to join our program, but we may ask a dancer to take a placement class to determine level. If you are new to CCB, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance in class placement.
Dancers may take our in-studio classes virtually upon email request.
Students taking classes via Zoom will not get individualized corrections, because our instructors will be focusing on watching the students in the studio. Dancers may need to slightly alter combinations in order to be able to perform them safely at home.
Dancers must email email@example.com after registration to let us know that you plan to take the class virtually. Tuition will be discounted 25%.
Dancers may take a trial class before enrolling in a class. In order to set up your trial class, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
DEDICATION AND COMMITMENT
As teachers and mentors, we are wholly dedicated to providing the best possible dance education for our students and will continue to do so into the foreseeable future.
This, however, is only one part of what is necessary for success. Dancers are expected to fully honor their commitment to attend each and every scheduled class, as well as maintain the physical conditioning required for long-term participation in dance.
Dancers are required to be on time, properly dressed (following our dress code), and ready to begin class at the start time. Please email us if you are going to be late or absent. If students are more than 10 minutes late, they may be asked, at the teacher’s discretion, to observe class for safety reasons.
2022-23 Classes: September 12, 2022 - June 4, 2023
ELECTIVE DIVISION CLASS OPTIONS
TUITION & PAYMENT SCHEDULE
Tuition listed is for the full school year. Tuition may be paid in full, in two equal installments, or in five equal installments. At the time of registration, a $30 Registration Fee is required. This annual Registration Fee is due one time per student each September – August. This fee is non-refundable.
Enrollment is complete when both the $30 Registration Fee and the first installment are made.
All payments are processed through the credit card in your Jackrabbit account. It is the responsibility of the student/parent/guardian listed as the billing contact to login to the Portal and make their own payment by the processing date(s) listed above. A $20 Late Fee will be assessed for payments not made by the due dates. Students with delinquent accounts will not be admitted to class or be eligible to register for additional programs until their account is current.
Should a parent desire to withdraw a student prior to the end of the Academic Year, Charm City Ballet must receive written notice, via email, stating the student’s name and the date the student will officially withdraw from the program. The student/parent/guardian will be responsible for all tuition payments due until a written notice of withdrawal is received stating the date of withdrawal. Verbal notification of withdrawal will not be accepted.
Tuition and Registration Fees paid are non-refundable and non-transferable to another student or program. Students are eligible for a pro-rated tuition refund only if they withdraw from classes due to prolonged illness or severe injury, verified by a doctor’s certificate.
If in-studio classes need to switch to virtual classes, for any reason, TUITION WILL NOT BE REFUNDED.
VIRTUAL CLASS TUITION
Dancers taking our in-studio classes virtually receive a 25% discount on tuition. Dancers must email email@example.com after registration to let us know that you plan to take the class virtually.
CCB offers rolling admission, so late registrations for our classes are accepted if there is space in the class, and tuition will be prorated.
MAKE UP CLASSES
Students may take make-up classes (in another level-appropriate class) within the current school year only. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule your make-up classes.
In-studio and virtual drop-ins are available for the 2022-23 year, but
CLASSES MUST BE PURCHASED AHEAD OF TIME.
If you're interested in dropping into one of our classes, please make your class purchase at least 3 hours before the class start time (and by Saturday at 8:00 PM for Sunday classes). Dancers may not purchase their drop-in at the studio at the time of class. All drop-in students must observe our Drop-Off and Pick-Up Procedures in full as well as all Quarantine & Isolation Protocols. Please see all COVID-19 Protocols below.
Classes available for drop-in are noted in the class schedule above. Please see drop-in rates in the charts below.
HOW TO PURCHASE AN IN-STUDIO DROP-IN CLASS
(New Students Only):
1. Click the button below or click here. You will be directed to our class calendar.
2. Click on a listed class to purchase a drop-in. Only classes available for drop-in will be listed.
3. Add Student and Family information in the appropriate fields.
4. Read and agree to the necessary waivers and agreements, add your credit card information, and click Submit Registration.
HOW TO PURCHASE AN IN-STUDIO DROP-IN CLASS
If you are currently enrolled at CCB, you can register for drop-in classes directly through THE PORTAL in the events section.
If you have taken a drop-in class but have not yet signed up for a second drop-in class, your email address will then be in our system, but you will not yet have a login password. Go to THE PORTAL and ask the system to reset your password. This will allow you to create a login for our system, and you can then register for drop-in classes through the Portal in the events section.
If you were previously enrolled at CCB (at any time), please email us before purchasing a drop-in class so we can reactivate your Jackrabbit account. Then, you will be able to register for drop-in classes directly through THE PORTAL in the events section.
Dancers have the option to drop-in virtually, via Zoom, to our in-studio classes. All classes noted in the schedule above, EXCEPT tap and jazz, are available for virtual drop-in. Please see drop-in rates in the charts below.
HOW TO PURCHASE A VIRTUAL DROP-IN CLASS:
1. Click the button below or click here.
2. Follow the prompts to purchase your drop-in class.
3. After your purchase, you will receive an email with the link and password to enter the Zoom class.
4. If it is your first virtual drop-in class with CCB, you will receive a waiver via email to sign electronically before you receive the Zoom information.
MASKS ARE CURRENTLY REQUIRED FOR ANYONE ENTERING THE BUILDING, REGARDLESS OF AGE OR VACCINATION STATUS.
CCB will continue to monitor COVID-19 developments and will reassess the mask policy in March 2023 in hopes of moving to a mask-optional status this spring.
CCB reserves the right to alter or adjust any of our COVID-19 policies based on changes in the general public health status. We very much appreciate your ongoing patience and understanding as we continue to navigate this issue and protect the health of our community.
Strict covid protocols remain in place, and all dancers/parents/guardians must agree to follow our protocols in order to participate in classes.
PROTOCOLS THAT ARE IN PLACE:
- masks are required, regardless of age or vaccination status, for all people entering the building
- only 1 parent/guardian per student is allowed in the lobby and siblings are not permitted at this time
- strict quarantine and isolation policies
- strict cleaning/disinfecting protocols
**ALL PROTOCOLS WILL CONTINUE TO BE REASSESED THROUGHOUT THE YEAR
CCB must be notified immediately if a student is in close contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-19 or if a student tests positive for COVID-19. Please refer to our quarantine & isolation protocols below to determine when you may return to the studio.
Anyone with any symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed in our facility. Anyone in contact with someone who has/recently had COVID-19, or anyone who has tested positive, may not come to the facility.
Only one parent/guardian per student is allowed in the lobby, and siblings are not permitted at this time. Masks are required for anyone entering the building.
Dancers must arrive for class with the following: dance bag, hand sanitizer, water bottle, mask, dance shoes, and other class items. Extra masks will be available if a dancer breaks their mask, forgets their mask, or if their mask gets wet.
We have the right to switch our in-studio classes to virtual classes via Zoom if at any point we feel it’s necessary or the safest option for our students and teachers. Refunds will not be given.