Learn All You Need To Know About Our Affordable Dance Classes Kalispell

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How does your payment plan work?

    • Tuition is due the first week of every month unless the season is paid up front. We accept cash, checks, and cards.

  • Can I observe my child’s dance lessons?

    • There is a lobby/ waiting area where parents can view the classes on the TVs in the lobby.

  • How do I know what class is best fit for my child?

    • We offer combination classes to allow children to explore their options to see what they enjoy the most. The 3 & 4 combination class covers tap, ballet, and tumbling. The 5 & 6 and the 7 & above combination classes cover tap, jazz, and tumbling. This is a great starter class and allows your child to grow from there.

  • What performances will my child be in?

    • We have two main annual dance recitals, a Christmas recital and a spring recital. During Christmas time perform and multiple assisted living homes and the fair in the summertime. We also take part in the fair parade.

  • What protocols are in place for the Corona virus?

    • The children and parents that wish to stay will have their temperatures taken​ upon arrival and asked the questions for suspected Covid symptoms. If the child has a temperature of 101 degrees or higher they will be asked to leave. Mask will not be required for students, only parents that wish to stay and watch. This is due to the amount of physical activity the children put off while dancing. If a parent would like to have their children were a mask they may. 

  • How do I enroll my child in competition classes?

    • Tryouts for the competition team take place in June and classes run all year round. Some dance experience is recommended. Please ask an instructor if you are interested.

  • Where does the competition team travel to?

    • Competitions are usually hosted in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho or Greatfalls, Montana. We go to one competition per year.

  • Are classes offered to boys and girls?

    • Yes, we encourage boys and girls to express their passion for dance.