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Class Expectations

Attendance and Basics

Student must come to class and participate on a consistent basis and arrive on time to class as scheduled. All instructional staff reserve the right to refuse a student from participating if running late and/or disrupting the class, whether from entering class after designated start time or from ill behavior.

Girls must have hair slicked back in a neat bun. Short hair must be pulled back out of face.


All students must be in the studio-regulated uniform at all times, which are ordered through the front desk upon registration with In Sync Dance. Please click here to be directed to our "Dress Code" page.

No gum, food or drinks, or dance bags in classrooms. We have a lobby provided with cubby storage for personal belongings, as well as areas for food and drink to be placed and/or consumed. Parents are responsible for any and all studio damage caused by their student or themselves.

No parents are allowed in the classroom with their student, no exceptions. Each studio has window viewing provided so you may observe your student for the duration of the class from outside of the room. We find students to be more focused when parents are not involved directly in classroom instruction.

Dancers ages 5 and under must have a parent/guardian present at the studio for the duration of their class. Students under the age of 16 (non-permitted drivers) must alert In Sync Staff when they are leaving the building, whether at the end of class to go home or to walk with friends to purchase snacks or drinks.

Proper hygiene is essential; no overpowering perfumes. No jewelry or hair accessories to be worn during class time, or anything against official dress code. Sweatshirts and/or warm-up's during the cold season are only allotted for the first 15 minutes of class, or until class warm up is complete.

Student Respect Towards Staff

Students attending In Sync Dance are to be respectful to both instructors and other students, as well as follow all rules displayed by the studio staff. This includes in person, as well as via social media, texting, and any other form of communication. We are a performing arts school, and expect the best of behavior from our students.

*Failure to comply to any of the class expectations will lead to the student’s dismissal from class. Further interruption may lead to the expulsion of the student from the studio.*

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