Arriving and Exiting the Studio:
Dancers should be on time for class.  Due to the limited amount of space in the waiting area, please arrive dressed for class no more than 10 minutes before your scheduled class time.  When waiting for your ride after class, please stay inside the waiting area until a parent arrives.

Due to a number of food allergies, Bravo! School of Dance is a Peanut Free School!  Please no food or drink inside the waiting area or dance studio.  Just water!

We are not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please leave your valuables at home!

Snow Policy: 
Please call the studio one hour before your scheduled class. If class is cancelled due to weather, a message will be left on the studio Voice Mail or check your e-mail, the studio Facebook Page and/or Website for notification. Classes cancelled due to snow can be made up within one month of cancellation by attending another dance class of the same or similar level. We do not offer refunds due to weather cancellation.

Holidays and Vacations:
The Dance School Calendar, informing you of when the studio is open and closed, is posted on the website or check the bulletin board located in the lobby for notification.  View our Calendar.

Classroom Conduct:
Please show respect for your teachers and fellow dancers.  No talking, touching, hanging on Ballet barres or gum chewing will be allowed in the classroom. Regular attendance and prompt arrival is appreciated.  Cell phones are not allowed inside the classroom and must be set to silent in the lobby. 

Parent Conduct:
Please be a good role model and keep it positive!  Negative or inappropriate language and/or behavior will not be tolerated and may result in dismissal of both parent and/or student from Bravo! School of Dance. Please communicate concerns sooner rather than later by contacting the studio to make an appointment.  Dance teachers are not to be interrupted before, during or in between classes.  Every effort will be made to address your concerns in a timely manner.

Student & Parent Use of Social Media:
Use of Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, blogging and other social media outlets is commonplace.  This policy is intended to provide Bravo! School of Dance parents and students guidelines for the use of social media.

  • You do not have permission to reveal any information that compromises Bravo! School of Dance.  By that we mean the sharing of personal information about the director, staff, students and/or their families or any proprietary and/or confidential information is strictly prohibited.
  • Students and parents should neither claim nor imply that they are speaking on behalf of Bravo! School of Dance.
  • Use discretion when posting pictures, including those of other students at Bravo! School of Dance. Obey copyright laws.
  • Never post anything that could compromise self-esteem of students attending Bravo! School of Dance.
  • If you post videos of classes, rehearsals or competition performances, don’t post any choreography in it’s entirety. Bravo! School of Dance owns the copyright to all choreography presented at the school. 
  • Respect the law, including those laws governing defamation, discrimination, harassment, copyright and fair use.  Parents and students should never post negative comments about other schools, teachers, or events, including competitions, conventions and performances. 

Dropped Classes:
If a student drops a class, you are still responsible for that month’s tuition.  To officially drop a class a parent must notify the studio and complete a Drop Class Form.  Until a Drop Class Form has been completed, your account will continue to incur charges.

Right to Cancel:
Bravo! School of Dance reserves the right to cancel any class with low enrollment.  A different class may be suggested.  If you are unable to attend the suggested class(es) you will receive a refund for any unused tuition.  This applies only to classes that Bravo! School of Dance may need to cancel. 

Studio Liability:
Bravo! School of Dance and its instructors are not liable for personal injuries occurring during class time, rehearsals, dance conventions, competitions or performances on or off the premises.  Students and/or parents are individually responsible to inform the instructor or the studio of any physical limitations which may prevent full participation in studio activities.