Dance in the Rockies offers a school year long program for students from age 3 to adults.  This provides students the maximum benefit for growth and improvement. Classes begin in September and run through May. Click on the different dance types to see the classes that are offered and age and experience requirements for each. If you have any questions about where you belong, please call us at 970.385.5903.

 

Rules & Regulations

  • NO Gum in Class.

  • NO food or drink in classrooms.

  • NO Street shoes in classrooms.

  • NO horseplay in class or lobby area.

  • Be to class on TIME.

  • Be prepared for class.

  • Be respectful in and outside of class to Parents, Teachers and Peers.

  • Keep studio clean of trash by picking upafter yourself. This is your facility; take care of it.

Dress code: 

Each dancer should have the appropriate shoes and attire for class. The list of each class and attire is below. If shoes are needed, they can be purchased through DITR or the DITR store on the website:) 

Dress code violators may be asked to sit out during class.

 

Pre Ballet/Tap/Jazz: 

  • Pink ballet shoes for girls, black for boys. 

  • Tap shoes required. Younger dancers are recommended to use patent lace up tap shoes (they are less expensive for their quick growing feet!).

  • Bare feet or Jazz shoes required. Teacher preference will be noted within the first week of class:)

  • Leotard and tights are not required, but are preferred for your younger dancers. 

 

Ballet:

  • Pink shoes for girls, black for boys. Older dancers are preferred to have canvas, split sole shoes. 

  • Leotard and tights are not required, but are preferred for your younger dancers. For older dancers with multiple classes in a row. Tight clothing is necessary. This includes but is not limited to: form fitting shirts, leggings or shorts, sports bras, etc. NO baggy sweatshirts, shirts, or pants. 

Pointe: 

  • Correct fitting shoes with ribbons and elastics sewn in are required. Please see Miss Jordan for more details if necessary.

  • Leotard and tights are not required, but are preferred for your younger dancers. For older dancers with multiple classes in a row. Tight clothing is necessary. This includes but is not limited to: form fitting shirts, leggings or shorts, sports bras, etc. NO baggy sweatshirts, shirts, or pants. 

Jazz: 

  • Bare feet or shoes required. Teacher preference will be noted within the first week of class:) 

  • Tight clothing is necessary. This includes but is not limited to: form fitting shirts, leggings or shorts, sports bras, etc. NO baggy sweatshirts, shirts, or pants. 

 

Tap: 

  • Tap shoes required. Younger dancers are recommended to use patent lace up tap shoes (they are less expensive for their quick growing feet!). Older dancers will be most comfortable in full lace up Tap shoes.

  • Tight clothing is necessary. This includes but is not limited to: form fitting shirts, leggings or shorts, sports bras, etc. NO baggy sweatshirts, shirts, or pants. 

 

Lyrical/Contemporary: 

  • Bare feet or foot undies required. Teacher preference will be noted within the first week of class:) 

  • Tight clothing is necessary. This includes but is not limited to: form fitting shirts, leggings or shorts, sports bras, etc. NO baggy sweatshirts, shirts, or pants. 

 

Hip Hop: 

  • Tennis shoes needed, preferably non street shoes to help preserve the floors. 

  • Athletic wear required

 

Acro:

  • Bare Feet required. 

  • Tight clothing is necessary. This includes but is not limited to: form fitting shirts, leggings or shorts, sports bras, etc. NO baggy sweatshirts, shirts, or pants. 

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