We expect all dancers to:

Respect all teaching staff. This includes listening when the teacher is speaking, not talking back, not talking during lessons unless asking a question and applying corrections/trying new suggestions positively, without hesitation.

Treat all other dancers as you would wish to be treated yourself. Support each other, don’t criticize. Encourage your fellow class members and be positive. Bullying in any form will not be tolerated. Also, do not correct other members of your class. You are not the teacher. Concentrate on your own learning and being a better dancer yourself!

  • Practice teamwork and fairness.
  • Be on time. In fact, be early. Arriving late to class is disruptive and disrespectful.
  • Be prepared. There are no excuses for coming to class unprepared. If you are unsure of uniform or     what is required for class each week, please ask.
  • Always ask for help if you need it.
  • Consistently try your best.
  • Dancers are required to adhere to our dress code.
  • Treat the studios, premises and possessions of all other dancers with respect and consideration.

Attend class every week unless with good reason. Regular class attendance is key to improving yourself as a dancer. For every class you miss, you effectively put yourself back a week in terms of training. Over time this can have a big impact on your overall standard


The vision of dansko Studios is to provide all young dancers exceptional role models in a healthy and encouraging environment. I recognize the importance of dance in the lives of young people; I pledge that I will participate in my child’s dance activities in accordance with the following:

  •         I will promote teamwork and sportsmanship for all dancers and spectators in a positive manner.
  •         I will not question the judgment of any faculty member or choreographer.
  •         I will support my child’s class, teachers, and choreographers and resolve to allow the teachers to     manage their dancers and choreography as they feel best benefits the entire class.
  •         Because I am a role model for my child as well the other dancers, my personal conduct at the studio, performances and other studio events must be above reproach, and represent the highest standards of morality, teamwork and sportsmanship.
  • Please do not have dialogue with a teacher regarding a problem before, during or in between classes.


NO jewelry or cell phones in the studios .

dansko is striving to be a Peanut-Free Studio; please do not bring any peanut products to the studio.


Food and drinks are not permitted in the dance studios.

Bring WATER BOTTLES ONLY into the studios.

Dancers must treat the studios, the premises and the possessions all other Dancers with respect, care and consideration.

Dancers are expected to clean up after themselves. dansko is a state-of-the-art studio and with your help, we will continue to keep it this way.

 Social Media

No devices in class unless teacher approves

No video, chats, or posts taken inside the change room

No video, chats or post taken or posted during class without teacher approval

No discriminatory messages or posts to be taken between dancers about dancers

Inappropriate use of Social Media will result in disciplinary action.   Action will be taken if there is any inappropriate use of social media.  

Any comments or posts perceived to be obscene, defamatory, threatening, harassing, discriminatory or hateful towards dansko staff, students or families may subject the owner to disciplinary or legal action. 


dansko “Extra Work” Policies and Expectations:


Dancers are chosen to receive extra work (solo, duo, trio, small groups) based on the requirements below and at the dansko directors’ discretion.


  • Any extra work offered is a privilege and this commitment must be taken very seriously.
  • Regular practice outside of the studio is mandatory to ensure you are able to perform your piece to the best of your ability while striving for excellence.
  • If this commitment is not taken seriously, extra work privileges in the future may not be granted.
  • Choreographers/Directors maintain the right to withdraw a dancer/dances from competition if they feel any of the above requirements/policies are not being met/maintained.
  • All extra performing opportunities are choreographed in house with dansko faculty.


dansko dancers must;


-       demonstrate and maintain strong technical skills and exceptional performance abilities


-       possess the ability to pick up choreography and style quickly while paying strict attention to detail


-       possess the ability to adapt to feedback and make corrections quickly


-       understand the importance of practice outside of studio time in order to maximize time with choreographer


-       maintain impeccable attendance


-       take the role of being an ambassador to dansko by being respectful and a positive role model at all times


 Class Changes

Any Changes made to your dancers schedule after Oct 20th will result in a $15.00 admin fee.

Refund Policy
I understand that all registration fees and competition fees if applicable are non refundable/non transferable.  I understand that upon withdrawal, I must give one months written notice to the office on or before the first of the month, and all costume charges and dance fees are non refundable/non transferable after December 1st.  This Policy applies equally for termination of registration or withdrawal of performance opportunities initiated by DANSKO