Our Programs

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Spring Break Camp

2021 Spring Break Camp information will be released in January.

Summer Camps & Classes

Dance with us this summer! In-Studio and online classes available. From our 1-day themed camps to our Stay Strong dance program, we have a program just for you! Private lessons also available for dancers 7 years and older. Click here to view our 2020 Summer Dance Schedule

Serving children 3-18 years old

Registration opens March 1st. Receive a 10% discount when you register by March 20th.

A 50% deposit is due for all summer camps and classes at the time of registration with the balance due in full on June 1st. Refunds, less a 15% processing fee will be issued until May 1st only.

Sparkle and Smile Squads

The Sparkle and Smile Squads are the perfect setting for any child wishing to use their love for dance to establish relationships with their peers, as well as people in their own community in a non-competitive environment. The squads are open to all students, ages 4-10, wishing to spread smiles in our community. Dancers must be 4 by the first day of classes. Our Sparkle and Smiles Squads are supportive group settings that develop dance technique, performance skills, and leadership skills. These skills not only benefit the physical health of a student, but enhance the overall general education of our CID dancers.

Sparkle and Smile Squads are placed by age. Dancers will perform at a minimum of 6 performances per dance year, including but not limited to: Retirements Homes, Chandler Parade of Lights, Ostrich Festival, Ahwatukee Easter Parade, Ahwatukee Spring Fling, Zoolights, and more!
Sparkle Squad: Ages 4-6
Smile Squad: Ages 7-10

Jazz; Hip Hop;
Pom (parade routines)

Summer Program Commitment:
1 Summer Camp Recommended

School Year Commitment:
Weekly Classes:
2 classes of your choice + weekly rehearsal
(Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Tumbling)

Costume & Performance Fee:
Due Sept. 15th: $75
Top and Leggings with Logo, Performance Bow

District VIPs

If you are looking for more information on our District VIP program, please call us at 480-839-4159 or email info@classicimagedance.com

Our District VIPs (very important performers) are our resident performance dance team for ages 8+ at Classic Image Dance. Dancers selected to participate get the opportunity to train in Ballet, Jazz, and Tap, and learn special performance pieces used for various festivals, parades and sporting events in the Chandler/Phoenix area, as well as Disneyland! This program is a wonderful choice for dancers who want more performance experience without the pressure or time commitment of competition. VIPs are guaranteed fun! Performances include high school basketball games, Ostrich Festival And Parade, Tumbleweed Tree Lighting, Ahwatukee Spring Fling, and Disneyland!

The District Competitive Company

If you are looking for more information on The District Competitive Company program, please call us at 480-839-4159 or email info@classicimagedance.com

This program is geared toward dancers of all ages who really love everything about dance! These dancers train hard at CID and attend conventions and master classes with their teammates to learn from the very best instructors in the dance world. They compete locally, travel to one dance opportunity every other year and perform in the community throughout the season including CID’s Company Showcase as well as our annual recitals. Although this program requires the largest time commitment of all our programs, the CID staff works hard to help dancers balance their time and energy to ensure they have full lives and grow into beautiful dancers and beautiful people inside and out.

Company Requirements

Interested dancers may audition in May of each year. Dancers attend classes and rehearsals weekly at Classic Image Dance The program runs August through June, with a summer requirement.

*There are Pre-Professional opportunities in conjunction with this program. Please ask for more information.

Program Details

*Class requirements are based upon level. Classes: 1-2 ballet, 1 jazz, 1 tap or technique, 1 class of choice, weekly company rehearsals
Tuition starts at $279/month
All other costs including competitions, costumes, conventions, master classes paid by Escrow Billing starting at $220/month

Our Policies

Register Online at: ClassicImageDance.com
Registration will begin on May 6, 2019 at 8:00am.

You may also register at the studio via a studio kiosk.

An annual Membership Fee is required to participate in classes at CID and is charged at the time of registration. CID offers 3 tiers of membership, providing a great fit for all levels of students. Families may upgrade their membership within 30 days of registration. Membership Fees are non-refundable and non- transferrable.

Sept. 2No Classes (Labor Day)
Oct. 7-13Fall Break
Oct. 31No Classes
Nov. 27-30Thanksgiving Holiday
Dec. 14-19Holiday Celebration Week
Dec. 20-Jan.5Winter Break
Mar. 9-15Spring Break
Apr. 10-12Easter Break
Jun. 8-9In-Studio Rehearsals
Jun. 11Dress Rehearsal
Jun. 13Annual Recital
Sept. 2No Classes (Labor Day)
Tuition rates are for the full season (August-June, including studio holidays), not by the number of classes in the month. A full season of dance includes a minimum of 38 lessons. Tuition fees are paid monthly or annually.
After registering (paying your membership fee), monthly tuition (Aug-June) must be paid by automatic bank account debit or automatic credit card payment. Tuition will be debited from your account ( or charged to your credit card) on the 25th day of each month (July-May). Accounts not paid within the terms are subject to an accruing 5% monthly finance charge until paid. Account more than 60 days past due may be submitted to collection services. Recital Fees ($65 per student) will be paid by automatic bank account debit or automatic credit card payment with November’s tuition on October 25th, unless you have selected the Growth or Elite Membership Levels which includes the Recital Fee.
Recital costumes will be paid by automatic bank account debit or automatic credit card payment on November 15th or at the time of registration if after November 15th. Please refer to the Class Schedule sheets or the Parent/Student Handbook for costume pricing.

For your convenience, and to reserve space for the following season, annual membership fees will be automatically renewed and applied to your account on May 1, 2020, unless a withdrawal form is completed in the office before that date.

With the Growth & Elite Membership Levels, siblings receive a 10% discount on the small tuition account. No sibling discounts on Performing Group AIB or Membership Fees. Dancers are encouraged to take advantage of our Multi-Class Discounts for maximum progress & value. Please refer to the Class Schedule page for details.

NSF on paper checks, auto-debit or auto-charge payments will incur a $20 NSF fee which will be paid at the front desk along with tuition.

There is a two month minimum for all lessons. One-month notice from the first of the month is required to discontinue any payments. To withdraw a parent must: 1) inform the studio in person, and 2) complete and sign a withdrawal form. Automatic bank debiting or credit card charges will stop after the one-month notice period.There is a two month minimum for all lessons. One-month notice from the first of the month is required to discontinue any payments. To withdraw a parent must: 1) inform the studio in person, and 2) complete and sign a withdrawal form. Automatic bank debiting or credit card charges will stop after the one-month notice period.

CID reserves the right to provide a substitute teacher if the regular teacher is ill or is otherwise unable to teach. CID reserves the right to reschedule or combine classes.

Refunds are only issued when CID cancels a class due to low enrollment. Account credit will be issued when the student initiates the schedule change. Credit will be applied to any CID tuition or fees due within one year.

All private lessons cancelled with more than 24 hours notice will receive a full refund. No-show lessons or lessons cancelled with less than 24 hours notice will be charged the full amount.

A lost and found tub is located in the lobby. Please check the lost and found tub regularly as all lost and found items are donated to Goodwill on the 30th of each month. Security cameras are located in public areas for safety and security.

At CID we go to great lengths to keep you informed and up to date.
Monthly E-Newsletters, Email, Facebook and Lobby Communication Center
Recital Handbook - given out at Costume Week and published on our Recital Website
Conferences - Available for students in our Graded Technique Program
Questions - We are happy to answer any questions you may have regarding your dancer or our programs. Let us know if we can help you in any way.
Regular attendance is vital to student progress and group choreography. Please make every effort to attend each class. Students may make up missed classes until April 1. If you miss more than two of the final eight classes before recital you may be dismissed from participating in the recital routine at the discretion of the teacher. Please report all absences via the website link or by calling the studio.

The last 10 minutes of the last lesson of each month is open to observations. During our Holiday Celebration Week, you are invited to be our guests in the classroom for the entire lesson. Other in-class observation is at the teacher’s discretion. We ask the you observe quietly, that cell phones be turned off, and that siblings are monitored and quiet during observations. At all other times, observation from the lobby is available on our television monitor.

In the event of extreme weather or events beyond our control, such as power outages, an email will be sent and a Facebook post will be made by 2:00pm if classes are cancelled (by 8:30am for morning classes). Please note we do not necessarily follow school closings. Any cancelled classes may be made up on your own time from our regular schedule of classes. In the event there is not a make up class available, a replacement class will be scheduled.

Required dance wear and dance shoes must be worn to all classes.  Failure to wear required dance wear to class could result in students being asked to sit out the class.  Repeated failure to wear required dance wear could result in the termination of lessons.  Students are not permitted to wear jeans or shoes worn on the street or outdoors to any class.  For safety reasons, dancers and tumblers are not allowed to wear any jewelry.  Long hair must be pulled away from the face. Dress code is available in the Parent/Student Handbook and on the Class Schedule sheets.

All classes have a costume unless noted on the schedule.
Spring Recital Costumes will be paid by automatic bank account debit or automatic credit card payment on November 15 and are not refundable after November 20. Costumes are ordered over Thanksgiving Break. Costumes will not be ordered unless payment is received in full. Students are measured for costumes in classes in early November and they will be delivered to you the last week of April at Costume Week. If a costume does not fit, we are able to exchange during Costume Week only at no cost to you. After Costume Week, there may be additional shipping/handling fees and /or limited availability.

Each June, we end our season with our fully-staged, professional Spring Recital. We encourage, but do not require participation.
Spring Recital dates and mandatory rehearsal dates are published in the Parent/Student Handbook in August and in Newsletters from November-June. Specific show assignments are published in the February Newsletter. Specific rehearsal assignments are published in the March Newsletter. Special requests to adjust rehearsal and recital times are accepted until January 31st. We attempt to accommodate every school’s activities while meeting the technical demands of the show. Our priority is to prepare your children for the performance experience of a lifetime!

The school is not responsible for providing before or after class care for students.  Students are not to be left at the school for excessive time periods before or after their classes.  All students should be escorted by a parent/guardian into the studio and brought to their appropriate class room.  All parents are responsible for making sure their child safely enters our school, regardless of their age.  They are NOT allowed to be dropped off at the curb with the assumption of CID staff and/or faculty being present.  Parents/Guardians are requested to be in the school’s vicinity with 10 minutes of their child’s dismal from class.  A courtesy call should be made if the parent/guardian of the student will be late, allowing the instructor and student to be notified in a timely manner.

Parents, legal guardians of minor students and adult students waive the right to any legal action for any injury sustained on school property resulting from normal dance and gymnastics activity or any other activity conducted by the students or parents before, during or after class time.
Students with an injury permitting them to not participate fully in classes, need to provide a doctor’s note and an injury prescription form completed by the doctor so our instructors know their limitations and how best to help them heal. Dancer’s not presenting a doctor’s note or a note from the parent will be expected to participate fully in class.

The school is hereby granted permission to take photographs of the students to use in brochures, websites, posters, advertisements and other promotional materials the school creates.  Permission is also hereby granted for the school to copyright such photographs in its name.

Class placement and advancement is determined solely by the instructor. Dance education requires “hands-on” instruction as well as verbal instruction.  Instructors will regularly correct your child by touching their arms, legs, feet, hips, back and head to move them to the correct position.  Instructors will also verbally correct your child during the class and offer encouraging feedback.

A 50% deposit is due for all summer camps and classes at the time of registration with the balance due in full on June 1st.  Refunds, less a 15% processing fee will be issued until May 1st only.