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Program Organization

How do I register for class?

You can register in person!

– You may visit the studio in person during studio business hours, complete a registration form, pay the required fees, and pick up the information you need to get ready to dance.  Click here for directions to the studio.

 

Can I get immediate customer service?

We encourage you to call or come by the studio during business hours to talk about anything!  If you prefer to communicate via e-mail, you may do so by sending an e-mail to centerstagehernando@gmail.com.  We are committed to returning phone calls and e-mail messages within two (2) business days.

What if I find dance classes cheaper somewhere else?

Please keep in mind that there is a difference between price and value. Consumers must decide not only what to pay for a service but also whether they are getting a value for their money.

If you pay for dance lessons, is your child actually learning anything and having fun, too?  Is your child progressing and improving each week?  Are you and your child treated with respect at the dance studio, or do you feel like a number?  Are you pleased with the quality of instruction?  Does the teacher control the class, handle misbehavior appropriately, and run an organized studio?

Center Stage Dance offers programming that is age-appropriate for your child in a relaxed, encouraging atmosphere.  We take pride in being well-organized and customer focused.  We have a passion for dance, and we hope to impart its benefits upon all our students.

We encourage you to use your judgment as you weigh your options when it comes to choosing the right dance school for your child.

Do I have to sign a contract?

Absolutely not.

Our classes are designed to teach dance technique, musicality and stage presence to your child for the purpose of performing in an end-of-the-year recital production.  Upon registration, we ask if your child plans to dance in the recital.

If your child DOES NOT plan to dance in the recital, that’s fine.  Your dancer will receive the same quality instruction as all the other dancers.

If your child DOES want to perform in the recital production, then he or she will essentially become part of the class “team” that will work together toward this goal by learning routines, formations, partnering, staging, and the like.

Some of our classes are non-performance classes designed to teach technique, introduce dance concepts, or provide an opportunity for improved fitness through dance.  Generally, these classes are purchased in multiple sessions (i.e. a 6-week class) or individually (i.e. a Saturday “props” seminar).

Center Stage Dance will not ask you to sign a contract.  Period.


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