Registration for the 2017-2018 year is currently open for Dance With Me only. Summer Dance registration begins April 15th and registration for the 2018-2019 year begins on May 10th!
Online Registration in 3 steps!
Step 1: Pick a class to start registration. Classes are listed in order by age, starting with our youngest dancers.
*There is a non-refundable registration fee of $35 per student or $70 max per family ($25 and $50 respectively prior to July 1st). Credit or debit card information is required for registration, and the registration fee will be charged to your card 24-48 hours after registration. After your card is charged, you may choose to pay tuition by cash or check by signing into your account and selecting “Do Not Bill-Backup Card” under “My Account, E-Payment Schedule”.
*Summer Dance– A $35 registration fee will be added to your account upon registration for Summer Dance, but will not be charged. Tuition for Summer Dance is required at the time of registration in order to hold your spot in the class. You may choose to pay the full tuition amount or a non-refundable $25 deposit. Please indicate in the comment section which amount you would like to be charged after registration. If choosing the deposit, the balance will be due one month prior to the start of the class. If no comment is left, full tuition will be charged.
Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for interest in any classes with a waitlist. We’d be happy to discuss your options!
Step 2: Create a password to manage your account.
AFTER you have registered you may request a password to create an account using your e-mail address
Step 3: Enter your credit card information to be charged once registration is complete.
If you have been referred to us by a friend or family member, make sure to write their name down when you register in order for you both to receive a $25 referral credit! This credit will be applied to each account when the new dancer has been enrolled for 3 full months.
“Joy of Dance has been a wonderful place for my daughter to not only learn to love dance, but also learn to become a polite young lady. It’s been 30 years since I danced as a child, and Lindsey encouraged to me to dance again. It’s been a thrilling experience. She knows how to challenge me, but still keep it fun!”