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North County DanceArts, Inc. has been in North County for over 34 years.

Best known for its professional, positive teaching staff, the quality of training is superb.

Recognized as having the most professional teaching staff in all of San Diego County and voted "Best Dance Studio" in San Diego County. We provide all levels of dance instruction from beginning through professional. Teaching technique, terminology, and discipline to further students in their dance careers. We have the highest quality flooring and sound equipment to help enhance the best stage and competition coaching available. Offering private instruction and scholarships available for those who qualify.

San Diego's Best 2012 San Diego's Best 2012 Nominated for a 2014 BRAVO San Diego Award for Best Dance Performance/Best Dance Company by San Diego Theatre Review
"Nominated for a 2014 BRAVO San Diego Award for Best Dance Performance/Best Dance Company by San Diego Theatre Review"

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NEW Hip Hop, Turns & Leaps and Jazz for TEENS Begins Saturday, October 4th!  Space is Limited.

NEW Hip Hop, Turns & Leaps and Jazz for TEENS Begins Saturday, October 4th! Space is Limited.

 

BY POPULAR DEMAND!!  New Classes designed for the Teen dancer (14-18 years) taught by North County DanceArts’ Award winning Instructors Sy Bartolome and Stephanie Meyer.  Classes begin Saturday, October 4th at our off campus location at Torrey Pines High School located at 3710 Del Mar Heights Road, Music 2/Dance Room, San Diego, California

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NCDA’s 2014 “Imagine” Dance Showcase Nominated for a 2014 BRAVO San Diego Award for Best Dance Performance/Best Dance Company by San Diego Theatre Review!

NCDA’s 2014 “Imagine” Dance Showcase Nominated for a 2014 BRAVO San Diego Award for Best Dance Performance/Best Dance Company by San Diego Theatre Review!

Each July North County DanceArts presents a Dance Showcase guaranteed to entertain.  Nominated for a BRAVO San Diego Award for Best Dance Performance/Best Dance Company by San Diego Theatre Review claiming untitled North County DanceArts’ Annual  Dance Showcase “a Great Success” and ” a NCDA performance is a MUST to put on your shopping list!”.   Visit us and see for yourself why North County DanceArts is San Diego’s Best Dance Studio.

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REGISTER for the 2014 -2015 Dance Year NOW! Dance where the Professionals Train!

REGISTER for the 2014 -2015 Dance Year NOW! Dance where the Professionals Train!

Dance where the Professionals train in 2014 – 2015.   National Award Winning North County DanceArts, Inc. is accepting new enrollments for new Dance Year 2014-2015 in all classes.   Don’t miss this opportunity to get the Best in instruction available in San Diego county.  Continue Reading…

2014 – 2015 Dates to Remember

2014 – 2015 Dates to Remember

 

  • SEPTEMBER 2nd – 2014-2015 Dance Year Begins
  • SEPTEMBER 2nd -18th  – NCDA partners with Bells of Freedom “Send A Princess to the Ball”  Ball Gown Donation to benefit USMC Camp Pendleton
  • SEPTEMBER 6th- Last day to Order 2014 “Imagine” DVD in studio
  • OCTOBER 31st -Halloween & Trick or Treat Studio Closed at 3:30 pm
  • NOVEMBER 1st – DANCE HEARTS-BELLS OF FREEDOM/ Adopt-a-Family Military Family Support Begins
  • NOVEMBER 26th through 30th – Thanksgiving/Fall Break Observed, Studio Closed except for Adult Unlimited Morning Classes

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Adult Mornings at NCDA – Join the Movement

Adult Mornings at NCDA – Join the Movement

NEW NCDA’s adult mornings! Join the movement! Beginning September 2nd, 2014. Dance Every Week Day with NCDA’s Adult Morning Unlimited Tuition

Ballet • Tap • Hip Hop • Tap • Jazz • Ballet Barre Worx• Tribal Belly Dance

Monday
9:30 am Jazz I with Louis McKay
10:30 am Adult Lyrical/Contemporary with Kim Seiber
12:00 noon Tap I with Louis McKay

Tuesday
9:15 am Open Ballet with Diana Nicastro
10:30 am Jazz IB with Louis McKay
11:30 am Tap III with Louis McKay

Wednesday
10:30 am Jazz I with Louis McKay
11:30 am Tap II with Louis McKay

Thursday
9:30 am Beginning Ballet Fundamentals with Diana Nicastro
10:30 am Adult Beg Turns & Leaps/Dancer Conditioning with Louis McKay
11:30 am Tribal Belly Dance with Sabrina Fox

Friday
10:00 am Cardio Hip Hop  with Kim Seiber
11:00 am Ballet Barre Worx with Robyn Shifren

 

Get Your Body Back – Join Like-Minded Moms from Carmel Valley to Get in Shape and Have Fun!

Get Your Body Back – Join Like-Minded Moms from Carmel Valley to Get in Shape and Have Fun!

Carmel Valley Mamas:  Do You Want Your Body Back?   ALL NEW Body Back Workout for Moms!   Click MORE to find out How…

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NCDA Students Help To Make Bells of Freedom and “The Big Thank You 2013″ A HUGE Success!

NCDA Students Help To Make Bells of Freedom and “The Big Thank You 2013″ A HUGE Success!

Staff, Families and Friends of North County DanceArts and other community individuals, groups and organizations in a combined effort helped to make  Dance Hearts and the Bells of Freedom’s “The Big Thank You 2013″ a huge success!
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NCDA Competition Dancers in the Spotlight – Del Mar Times

NCDA Competition Dancers in the Spotlight – Del Mar Times

Read about our 2013 NCDA Competition Dancers in the Del Mar Times.

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Instructors

Tanya McKay

Since the age of eight years old, Tanya McKay has been captured by the spirit of dance & for over forty years has trained, rehearsed & performed. Read More

Louis McKay

Louis McKay was on the stage from the time he was a small boy beginning with such organizations as the San Diego Opera Company… Read More

Erica Patmon

Erica Patmon has extensively studied and competed in several disciplines including jazz, tap, ballet, and hip hop since the age of three, winning top …Read More

Diana Nicastro

Born in Greece, Diana Nicastro grew up in New York where she studied formal classical ballet technique at the Harkness Ballet School under the … Read More

Robyn Shifren

Robyn Shifren

Before attending The Royal Ballet School in London, Robyn was trained by her mother in R.A.D and received the Solo Seal award … Read More

Sabrina Fox

Sabrina is certified in Vinyasa flow yoga, and American Tribal Style Belly Dance also known as ATS. She has been an instructor and performer … Read More

Kim Seiber

Kim Seiber grew up dancing in California’s Central Valley where she studied jazz, tap, ballet, pointe, hip-hop, choreography, and … Read More

Sy Bartolome

Sy Bartolome is a hard working yet light hearted choreographer and dancer. Inspired and exposed to the hip hop dance community in 2003, … Read More

Lee Lee Coleman

Lee Lee Coleman

Lee Lee has been a very active and familiar face in the dance community for over 12 years. From dancing with Mind Over Matter … Read More

Anthony Rodriguez

Anthony Rodriguez began dancing at age 14 with San Diego Dance Institute, an after school outreach program. He then received the … Read More

Geri Jones

Geri Jones entered the University of Wisconsin- Stevens Point with anticipation of working under the tutelage of the amazing … Read More

J.C. Gutirrez

J.C has choreographed award winning routines and has crowned National Champions from northern California to southern California … Read More

Joe Hochschild

Joe grew up in the San Francisco bay area where he studied ballet at Marin Dance Theatre. To enhance his technique and well as expand his … Read More

Stephanie Meyer

Stephanie, a San Diego native, grew up dancing and teaching at the Jean Hart Academy of Dance in Poway. Her passion for dance … Read More

Emily Pepper

Encinitas local, Emily Pepper, joined the DanceArts family nearly 20 years ago in LaCosta, CA, and her loyalty has stuck with the studio … Read More

Don Seidenspinner

Dancin’ Don Seidenspinner is Professional Dance Instructor Association certified with over 25 years … Read More

Jessie Leigh

Jessie Leigh Mowes has recently moved to San Diego from Colorado where she was under the direction of renowned teachers German … Read More

Student Portal

Welcome to North County DanceArts’ Instructional Videos

North County Dance Arts YouTube Channel

Here at North County DanceArts we have created our own instructional videos check YouTube Channel here. To get a link for one of the videos below just fill out the form and we will send it to you right away.


  1. Single Time Step – Tap (KinderCombo & Tap IA)
  2. Chasse, back ball change, back ball change, step kick – Jazz (Jazz IA)
  3. Triple Time Step -Tap (Tap  IB)
  4. How To Make a Ballet Bun for Toddlers and Beginning Dancers
  5. How To Make a Ballet Bun for Older Dancers





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Classes

  • arco

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Acro/Dance Gymnastics

Acro Dance is any dance style that incorporates acrobatic movements or tricks. Numerous tricks are commonly performed in acro dances, varying widely in complexity and the skills required t perform them. Aside from the obvious requirement that dancers possess the requisite skills to perform tricks, the types of tricks that can be performed in an acro dance depends on the number of dancers. Acrobatic Movements covered: Back layout, back tuck, back walkover, cartwheel, chest stand, elbow stand, front aerial, handspring, handstand, hand walking, nip-up, roundoff, side aerial and valdez

Prerequisite: Acro classes are designed for dancers level 1 and above for integration into dance choreography. For beginning levels, no prior acrobatic experience is necessary. For intermediate levels, students should have mastered the back layout, back walkover, cartwheel, chest stand, elbow stand, roundoff, and valdez
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Dancer Body Conditioning, Turns and Leaps

Dancer Body Conditioning, Turns and Leaps is a technique based class that focuses in increasing the individual dancers’ flexibility, strength, stamina and concentrating a technique specifically related to various turns and leaps determined by dance level.

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Tribal Belly Dance

Tribal Style Belly Dance is accredited to Jamila Salimpour who fostered a fusion of costumes and folkloric dance styles from the Banjara gypsies of Rajasthan and began teaching what she knew and performing all over California and the West Coast. Using traditional folkloric dance elements and costumes inspired by traditional and ethnographic traditions, she presented on stage through Bal Anat a colorful dance company which included musicians, singers and dancers to create a “souk” or almost circus feel. Taking what she herself had learned
from native dancers from Morocco, Algeria, Turkey, Egypt, Syria and Lebanon who were dancing in the United States, she began to catalogue “belly dance movement” and began creating a basic repertoire terminology which is still the basis for Tribal Style and American Tribal Style repertoire.

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Jazz

The jazz syllabus is an extensive study in the dance form and prepares the student for performance. Each class is geared specifically toward the respective levels, each focusing on the technique of the dance form. Most jazz classes dedicate the first six months solely to dance technique while the remaining six months of the dance year focuses on putting technique and applications into a dance combination.

Due to the ballet origins of jazz technique, all jazz students of levels II and above are required to maintain at least one hour of ballet training per week. Ballet requirement may be fulfilled in scheduled NCDA ballet classes or at any accredited ballet school. (see studio policies regarding ballet requirements and validation). Noncompliance with this ballet requirement will result in the withdrawal of the student from any jazz II level class and above until ballet requirement has been met and student is in regular attendance. Placement and advancement of any student is at the sole discretion of North County DanceArts, Inc.

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Pre-Dance And KinderCombo

Pre-dance classes are designed for children from the age of 3 years to 7 years of age. Pre-dance classes are combination classes that teach basic dance positions, steps and exercises of the three dance disciplines: ballet, jazz and tap.

North County DanceArts provides pre-dance classes that accommodate the readiness of the student to learn. The very basic of the pre-dance classes begin with a minimal structure base with subsequent pre-dance classes of graduating advancement of classroom structure and discipline.

The most advanced pre-dance level , kindercombo, is a structured and disciplined learning environment designed to take the young dancer into beginning levels with recognition of basic steps and terms . Basic steps, exercises and terms are taught in a loving, fun and playful way.

All students of ages 6 years to 8 years wishing to enter the North County DanceArts dance program at the beginning levels are highly encouraged to complete North County DanceArts’ pre-dance courses prior to enrollment. Placement and advancement of any student is at the sole discretion of North County DanceArts, Inc.

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Hip Hop

Hip Hop dance refers to non-classical dance styles, mainly street dance styles, primarily danced to hip hop music, or that have evolved as a part of the hip hop culture.

By its widest definition, it can include a wide range of styles such as breaking, popping, locking and krumping, and even house dance. It can also include the many styles simply labeled as hip hop, old school hip hop (or hype), hip hop new style and freestyle.

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Contemporary

Contemporary dance is a genre of concert dance that employs compositional philosophy, rather than choreography, to guide un-choreographed movement. It uses dance techniques and methods found in ballet, modern dance and postmodern dance, and it also draws from other philosophies of movement that are outside the realm of classical dance technique.

The term “contemporary dance” is sometimes used to describe dance that is not classical jazz or traditional folk/cultural dance. The hallmark of contemporary dance is an awareness of the limitations of form. Sub-genres recently defined by dance critics include non-dance, conceptual dance and pedestrian contemporary.

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Tap

Tap dancing combines dance traditions from Europe and Africa. It is a dance of strong rhythms and relies almost totally on footwork. The feet become musical instruments marking out complex rhythms with the heel and the toe.

Tap dancing taught at North County DanceArts concentrates on the low to the ground and precise style of tap called “rhythm tap”, largely made infamous through the old masters of tap such as Eddie Brown. Since the teaching of tap dancing can vary greatly in style and speed, all students not currently enrolled in the North County DanceArts tap classes are required to be evaluated by the instructor prior to entry. Placement and advancement of any student is at the sole discretion of North County DanceArts, Inc.

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Ballet

The ballet syllabus currently offered by North County DanceArts is a condensed and accelerated course of study of ballet based on the classical Russian school of training. This course of study has been developed to give the dancer a good basic knowledge in the principles, techniques and terms of this dance form. These courses have proved excellent for beginning dancers through professional levels. Many class levels have been recommended to ballet students as companion
classes to their current ballet studies.

All ballet classes are technique based classes, therefore, soft slippers are used. Due to the nature of the accelerated study, pre-pointe and pointe instruction is only offered as a standard part of this ballet syllabus in levels IIA and IIB. Only those students in current attendance of regular ballet studies of North County DanceArts in a level IIB or above or in current attendance at any certified ballet school will be considered to use pointe shoes in these intermediate/advanced classes. Those students meeting the qualifications to study pre-pointe and/or pointe is at the sole discretion of North County DanceArts’ instructors and/or directors. Placement and advancement of any student is at the sole discretion of North County DanceArts, Inc. See Class Levels…

Class Schedule

Please call for class availability as classes do close when reaching full capacity. Wait lists are available for classes.
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Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
1
* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 9:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IB (9-up)Jazz IB (9-up)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IV / Turns & LeapsJazz IV / Turns & Leaps

Time: 7:30 pm


2
* Adult Open BalletAdult Open Ballet

Time: 9:15 am


* Jazz IB (teen-adult)Jazz IB (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Tap IIITap III

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA (6-8)Ballet IA (6-8)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IA (6-8)Jazz IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap IB (9-up)Tap IB (9-up)

Time: 5:30 pm


* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 6:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 7:45 pm


3
* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 9:30 am


* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Tap IITap II

Time: 11:30 am


* KinderCombo (5-7)KinderCombo (5-7)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Tap IA (6-8)Tap IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIABallet IIA

Time: 5:30 pm

* Includes 15 minutes of pre-pointe work

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 6:30 pm


* Hip Hop (teen-adult)Hip Hop (teen-adult)

Time: 7:30 pm


* Contemporary Adv (IV)Contemporary Adv (IV)

Time: 8:30 pm


4
* Beg Ballet Fundamentals/adultBeg Ballet Fundamentals/adult

Time: 9:30 am

This class is designed for teens and adults just beginning to study ballet and more experienced dancers wishing to ‘revisit’ the fundamentals for technique and strength. The class will go through basic fundamental exercises and steps emphasizing the importantance of body placement, center, balance and technique.

* Adult Jazz I/Turns & LeapsAdult Jazz I/Turns & Leaps

Time: 10:30 am

Beginning Adult Turns and Leaps

* Tribal Belly DanceTribal Belly Dance

Time: 11:30 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Ballet IIIBBallet IIIB

Time: 3:45 pm


* Pointe/Ballet IIIBPointe/Ballet IIIB

Time: 4:45 pm

* Students must be enrolled and attend Ballet IIIB technique class immediately proceeding this class to be able to participate

* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 5:15 pm


* Ballet IIBBallet IIB

Time: 6:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe Ballet IIBPre-Pointe Ballet IIB

Time: 7:30 pm

Dancers must attend the Ballet IIB class directly proceeding this 30 minute pointe class.

* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 8:00 pm


5
* Hip Hop Cardio (adult)Hip Hop Cardio (adult)

Time: 10:00 am


* Ballet Barre WorxBallet Barre Worx

Time: 11:00 am


* Turns & Leaps (II/III)Turns & Leaps (II/III)

Time: 2:30 pm


* Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)

Time: 3:30 pm

Designed for the Jazz student currenly enrolled in the Friday Jazz IA dance level to improve on and introduce new turns, leaps and tricks used in Jazz IA choreography

* Jazz IA (9-12)Jazz IA (9-12)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIIA TechiqueBallet IIIA Techique

Time: 5:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe IIIAPre-Pointe IIIA

Time: 6:30 pm

* Student must enroll and participate in proceeding Ballet IIIA technique class to participate

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 7:00 pm


6
* Jazz II/III– Turns & LeapsJazz II/III– Turns & Leaps

Time: 8:00 am


* Hip Hop (9-up)Hip Hop (9-up)

Time: 9:00 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 10:00 am


* Jazz I AB & IB -Turns & LeapsJazz I AB & IB -Turns & Leaps

Time: 11:00 am


* Hip Hop (6-8)Hip Hop (6-8)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA/B (7-13)Ballet IA/B (7-13)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Jazz IA/B (9-12)Jazz IA/B (9-12)

Time: 2:00 pm


* Tap IITap II

Time: 3:00 pm


* Tap IIITap III

Time: 4:00 pm


7
* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Contemporary Interm (II/III)Contemporary Interm (II/III)

Time: 1:30 pm


8
* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 9:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IB (9-up)Jazz IB (9-up)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IV / Turns & LeapsJazz IV / Turns & Leaps

Time: 7:30 pm


9
* Adult Open BalletAdult Open Ballet

Time: 9:15 am


* Jazz IB (teen-adult)Jazz IB (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Tap IIITap III

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA (6-8)Ballet IA (6-8)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IA (6-8)Jazz IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap IB (9-up)Tap IB (9-up)

Time: 5:30 pm


* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 6:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 7:45 pm


10
* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 9:30 am


* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Tap IITap II

Time: 11:30 am


* KinderCombo (5-7)KinderCombo (5-7)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Tap IA (6-8)Tap IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIABallet IIA

Time: 5:30 pm

* Includes 15 minutes of pre-pointe work

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 6:30 pm


* Hip Hop (teen-adult)Hip Hop (teen-adult)

Time: 7:30 pm


* Contemporary Adv (IV)Contemporary Adv (IV)

Time: 8:30 pm


11
* Beg Ballet Fundamentals/adultBeg Ballet Fundamentals/adult

Time: 9:30 am

This class is designed for teens and adults just beginning to study ballet and more experienced dancers wishing to ‘revisit’ the fundamentals for technique and strength. The class will go through basic fundamental exercises and steps emphasizing the importantance of body placement, center, balance and technique.

* Adult Jazz I/Turns & LeapsAdult Jazz I/Turns & Leaps

Time: 10:30 am

Beginning Adult Turns and Leaps

* Tribal Belly DanceTribal Belly Dance

Time: 11:30 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Ballet IIIBBallet IIIB

Time: 3:45 pm


* Pointe/Ballet IIIBPointe/Ballet IIIB

Time: 4:45 pm

* Students must be enrolled and attend Ballet IIIB technique class immediately proceeding this class to be able to participate

* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 5:15 pm


* Ballet IIBBallet IIB

Time: 6:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe Ballet IIBPre-Pointe Ballet IIB

Time: 7:30 pm

Dancers must attend the Ballet IIB class directly proceeding this 30 minute pointe class.

* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 8:00 pm


12
* Hip Hop Cardio (adult)Hip Hop Cardio (adult)

Time: 10:00 am


* Ballet Barre WorxBallet Barre Worx

Time: 11:00 am


* Turns & Leaps (II/III)Turns & Leaps (II/III)

Time: 2:30 pm


* Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)

Time: 3:30 pm

Designed for the Jazz student currenly enrolled in the Friday Jazz IA dance level to improve on and introduce new turns, leaps and tricks used in Jazz IA choreography

* Jazz IA (9-12)Jazz IA (9-12)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIIA TechiqueBallet IIIA Techique

Time: 5:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe IIIAPre-Pointe IIIA

Time: 6:30 pm

* Student must enroll and participate in proceeding Ballet IIIA technique class to participate

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 7:00 pm


13
* Jazz II/III– Turns & LeapsJazz II/III– Turns & Leaps

Time: 8:00 am


* Hip Hop (9-up)Hip Hop (9-up)

Time: 9:00 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 10:00 am


* Jazz I AB & IB -Turns & LeapsJazz I AB & IB -Turns & Leaps

Time: 11:00 am


* Hip Hop (6-8)Hip Hop (6-8)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA/B (7-13)Ballet IA/B (7-13)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Jazz IA/B (9-12)Jazz IA/B (9-12)

Time: 2:00 pm


* Tap IITap II

Time: 3:00 pm


* Tap IIITap III

Time: 4:00 pm


14
* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Contemporary Interm (II/III)Contemporary Interm (II/III)

Time: 1:30 pm


15
* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 9:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IB (9-up)Jazz IB (9-up)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IV / Turns & LeapsJazz IV / Turns & Leaps

Time: 7:30 pm


16
* Adult Open BalletAdult Open Ballet

Time: 9:15 am


* Jazz IB (teen-adult)Jazz IB (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Tap IIITap III

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA (6-8)Ballet IA (6-8)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IA (6-8)Jazz IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap IB (9-up)Tap IB (9-up)

Time: 5:30 pm


* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 6:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 7:45 pm


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* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 9:30 am


* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Tap IITap II

Time: 11:30 am


* KinderCombo (5-7)KinderCombo (5-7)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Tap IA (6-8)Tap IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIABallet IIA

Time: 5:30 pm

* Includes 15 minutes of pre-pointe work

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 6:30 pm


* Hip Hop (teen-adult)Hip Hop (teen-adult)

Time: 7:30 pm


* Contemporary Adv (IV)Contemporary Adv (IV)

Time: 8:30 pm


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* Beg Ballet Fundamentals/adultBeg Ballet Fundamentals/adult

Time: 9:30 am

This class is designed for teens and adults just beginning to study ballet and more experienced dancers wishing to ‘revisit’ the fundamentals for technique and strength. The class will go through basic fundamental exercises and steps emphasizing the importantance of body placement, center, balance and technique.

* Adult Jazz I/Turns & LeapsAdult Jazz I/Turns & Leaps

Time: 10:30 am

Beginning Adult Turns and Leaps

* Tribal Belly DanceTribal Belly Dance

Time: 11:30 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Ballet IIIBBallet IIIB

Time: 3:45 pm


* Pointe/Ballet IIIBPointe/Ballet IIIB

Time: 4:45 pm

* Students must be enrolled and attend Ballet IIIB technique class immediately proceeding this class to be able to participate

* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 5:15 pm


* Ballet IIBBallet IIB

Time: 6:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe Ballet IIBPre-Pointe Ballet IIB

Time: 7:30 pm

Dancers must attend the Ballet IIB class directly proceeding this 30 minute pointe class.

* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 8:00 pm


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* Hip Hop Cardio (adult)Hip Hop Cardio (adult)

Time: 10:00 am


* Ballet Barre WorxBallet Barre Worx

Time: 11:00 am


* Turns & Leaps (II/III)Turns & Leaps (II/III)

Time: 2:30 pm


* Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)

Time: 3:30 pm

Designed for the Jazz student currenly enrolled in the Friday Jazz IA dance level to improve on and introduce new turns, leaps and tricks used in Jazz IA choreography

* Jazz IA (9-12)Jazz IA (9-12)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIIA TechiqueBallet IIIA Techique

Time: 5:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe IIIAPre-Pointe IIIA

Time: 6:30 pm

* Student must enroll and participate in proceeding Ballet IIIA technique class to participate

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 7:00 pm


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* Jazz II/III– Turns & LeapsJazz II/III– Turns & Leaps

Time: 8:00 am


* Hip Hop (9-up)Hip Hop (9-up)

Time: 9:00 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 10:00 am


* Jazz I AB & IB -Turns & LeapsJazz I AB & IB -Turns & Leaps

Time: 11:00 am


* Hip Hop (6-8)Hip Hop (6-8)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA/B (7-13)Ballet IA/B (7-13)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Jazz IA/B (9-12)Jazz IA/B (9-12)

Time: 2:00 pm


* Tap IITap II

Time: 3:00 pm


* Tap IIITap III

Time: 4:00 pm


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* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Contemporary Interm (II/III)Contemporary Interm (II/III)

Time: 1:30 pm


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* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 9:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IB (9-up)Jazz IB (9-up)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IV / Turns & LeapsJazz IV / Turns & Leaps

Time: 7:30 pm


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* Adult Open BalletAdult Open Ballet

Time: 9:15 am


* Jazz IB (teen-adult)Jazz IB (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Tap IIITap III

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA (6-8)Ballet IA (6-8)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IA (6-8)Jazz IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap IB (9-up)Tap IB (9-up)

Time: 5:30 pm


* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 6:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 7:45 pm


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* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 9:30 am


* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Tap IITap II

Time: 11:30 am


* KinderCombo (5-7)KinderCombo (5-7)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Tap IA (6-8)Tap IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIABallet IIA

Time: 5:30 pm

* Includes 15 minutes of pre-pointe work

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 6:30 pm


* Hip Hop (teen-adult)Hip Hop (teen-adult)

Time: 7:30 pm


* Contemporary Adv (IV)Contemporary Adv (IV)

Time: 8:30 pm


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* Beg Ballet Fundamentals/adultBeg Ballet Fundamentals/adult

Time: 9:30 am

This class is designed for teens and adults just beginning to study ballet and more experienced dancers wishing to ‘revisit’ the fundamentals for technique and strength. The class will go through basic fundamental exercises and steps emphasizing the importantance of body placement, center, balance and technique.

* Adult Jazz I/Turns & LeapsAdult Jazz I/Turns & Leaps

Time: 10:30 am

Beginning Adult Turns and Leaps

* Tribal Belly DanceTribal Belly Dance

Time: 11:30 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Ballet IIIBBallet IIIB

Time: 3:45 pm


* Pointe/Ballet IIIBPointe/Ballet IIIB

Time: 4:45 pm

* Students must be enrolled and attend Ballet IIIB technique class immediately proceeding this class to be able to participate

* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 5:15 pm


* Ballet IIBBallet IIB

Time: 6:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe Ballet IIBPre-Pointe Ballet IIB

Time: 7:30 pm

Dancers must attend the Ballet IIB class directly proceeding this 30 minute pointe class.

* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 8:00 pm


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* Hip Hop Cardio (adult)Hip Hop Cardio (adult)

Time: 10:00 am


* Ballet Barre WorxBallet Barre Worx

Time: 11:00 am


* Turns & Leaps (II/III)Turns & Leaps (II/III)

Time: 2:30 pm


* Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)Turns & Leaps (Jazz IA Friday)

Time: 3:30 pm

Designed for the Jazz student currenly enrolled in the Friday Jazz IA dance level to improve on and introduce new turns, leaps and tricks used in Jazz IA choreography

* Jazz IA (9-12)Jazz IA (9-12)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Ballet IIIA TechiqueBallet IIIA Techique

Time: 5:30 pm


* Pre-Pointe IIIAPre-Pointe IIIA

Time: 6:30 pm

* Student must enroll and participate in proceeding Ballet IIIA technique class to participate

* Jazz IIJazz II

Time: 7:00 pm


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* Jazz II/III– Turns & LeapsJazz II/III– Turns & Leaps

Time: 8:00 am


* Hip Hop (9-up)Hip Hop (9-up)

Time: 9:00 am


* Pre-Dance (3-5)Pre-Dance (3-5)

Time: 10:00 am


* Jazz I AB & IB -Turns & LeapsJazz I AB & IB -Turns & Leaps

Time: 11:00 am


* Hip Hop (6-8)Hip Hop (6-8)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA/B (7-13)Ballet IA/B (7-13)

Time: 1:00 pm


* Jazz IA/B (9-12)Jazz IA/B (9-12)

Time: 2:00 pm


* Tap IITap II

Time: 3:00 pm


* Tap IIITap III

Time: 4:00 pm


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* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Contemporary Interm (II/III)Contemporary Interm (II/III)

Time: 1:30 pm


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* Jazz I (teen-adult)Jazz I (teen-adult)

Time: 9:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – BeginAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Begin

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Acro/Dance Gymnastics – IntermAcro/Dance Gymnastics – Interm

Time: 12:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IB (9-up)Jazz IB (9-up)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IV / Turns & LeapsJazz IV / Turns & Leaps

Time: 7:30 pm


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* Adult Open BalletAdult Open Ballet

Time: 9:15 am


* Jazz IB (teen-adult)Jazz IB (teen-adult)

Time: 10:30 am


* Adult Lyrical/ContemporaryAdult Lyrical/Contemporary

Time: 10:30 am

Teacher: Kim Seiber
60 Minute Course

* Tap IIITap III

Time: 11:30 am


* Tap I (Teen-Adult)Tap I (Teen-Adult)

Time: 12:00 pm


* Ballet IA (6-8)Ballet IA (6-8)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Ballet IB (9-up)Ballet IB (9-up)

Time: 3:30 pm


* Jazz IA (6-8)Jazz IA (6-8)

Time: 4:30 pm


* Tap IVTap IV

Time: 5:30 pm


* Tap IB (9-up)Tap IB (9-up)

Time: 5:30 pm


* Jazz IIIJazz III

Time: 6:30 pm


* Tap VTap V

Time: 6:30 pm


* Jazz IVJazz IV

Time: 7:45 pm


         
Category Key
 Ballet
 Contemporary
 General
 Hip Hop
 Jazz
 Pre-Dance and KinderCombo
 Tap
 Tribal Belly Dance
 Zumba

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Contact

NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC.

For General information, class availability, or questions fill out this contact form.

San Diego, California

12750 Carmel Country Road, Ste 103
San Diego, CA 92130
Telephone: (858) 792-9303
Fax: (858) 792-0286









Policies

North County DanceArts, Inc. is dedicated to the care and nurturing of the dedicated dance student. Tuition for classes at North County DanceArts, Inc is an annual (school year September through August) tuition policy that may be paid in full at time of student enrollment September through December (CASH or CHECK payments only – an approximate 10% savings and no worries of late fees) or on a monthly installment payment system. Annual tuition is based on a tuition that is amortized over eleven months, each month averaging four weeks.

The NCDA annual tuition is a long term payment policy. Students electing to pay in monthly installments must continue monthly payments for the remainder of the dance year scheduled payments (September through July).

Any student wishing to discontinue dance instruction during the year may do so by notifying North County DanceArts, Inc. in writing in the form of NCDA’s Notice to Terminate Form no less than 30 days prior to the 28th day of any calendar month and before the last quarter of the dance year (May-July), thereby releasing the student from further tuition obligations. Students shall be responsible for the balance of the annual tuition if discontinuing services in the last quarter (May-July) of our dance year. No exceptions will be made.

Monthly tuition payments are due on or before the 1st day of each calendar month. A late charge of $15.00 will be assessed after the 10th day of the month against the current tuition due and any previous outstanding balances. NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. recognizes that some months will provide the student with five weeks of instruction for the month. These additional days afforded by the calendar year will not be charged as extra classes to the student and will be included in that month’s monthly tuition. However, NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. DOES NOT PROVIDE MAKE-UP CLASSES FOR THOSE “EXTRA” CLASSES DUE TO STUDENT NON-ATTENDANCE. North County DanceArts, Inc. does not invoice except in cases where account is delinquent. Acceptable forms of payment are cash ,personal check, debit/credit card  or students may elect to be placed on an automatic debit/credit card payment system thereby eliminating worry of late fees.  For those students opting for the automatic payment plan, a fee of $20.00 per incident will be charged to student’s account for reasons such as insufficient funds or credit card charge revocation.  In these cases, students MUST reconcile any outstanding balances, including any late charges, bank charges, etc. incurred by North County DanceArts, Inc. due to such incidents within a five (5) day period from time of incident reporting by financial institution.

Annual Registration/Insurance fees are charged per student and are due upon initial enrollment and each year in January. Annual Registration/Insurance Fees are due in January for all students registered in classes prior to October 1st and all new students registering after January 1st.

Our weekday morning adult students may elect to pay “by the class” (only in open adult classes scheduled for Monday through Friday mornings with exception to classes that may “close”). By paying “by the class” you are not making a monthly commitment to classes and are free of the worries of “make-up” classes and studio closures. Adult students that elect to pay “by the class”for these morning open classes may not attend any other classes on a “by the class” basis. For all classes, with the exception of the adult open classes noted above, students must be “registered” and pay per North County DanceArts, Inc.’s Tuition Policies and Rates.

General Policy Statements:

  • All students must sign in before taking class.
  • Please arrive early. In respect to other students, to avoid disruption of the class, students arriving more than ten minutes late may be refused admittance to the class.
  • No refunds.
  • Non-continuing students MUST notify the office in writing in the form of NCDA’s Notice of Termination Form.  Notification MUST be received by NCDA no less than 30 days prior to the 28th day of any calendar month and before the last quarter (June-August) of our dance year, thereby releasing the student from further tuition obligations. Students shall be responsible for the balance of the annual tuition if discontinuing services in the last quarter (June-August) of the NCDA dance year. No exceptions will be made.
  • In the case of only a single student in attendance of a regularly scheduled class; the instructor may choose to instruct a 30 minute private lesson in lieu of the regularly scheduled length of class (designed for more than one student).
  • NCDA adheres to a NO CELL PHONE Policy.  Students attending class MUST turn off and put away all cell phones and electronic devices while participating in class.  This includes all rest/water breaks.  Students that are tardy to class or leave class to use a cell phone or other electronic device during class without the explicit consent of the Instructor will be removed from class immediately.
  • Participation in studio classes is at the sole discretion of North County DanceArts, Inc. North County DanceArts, Inc. reserves the right to refuse services or merchandise to anyone, at anytime, for any reason.

Closed Classes

In order to maintain the highest level of dance instruction, it sometimes becomes necessary to limit the number of students per class or “close” the class. This means that any student not in current and consistent attendance in that class prior to the “closed” status may not be able to participate until space becomes available.

IMPORTANT: Students attending a “closed” class must be registered for that class and maintain monthly tuition payments for that class. If you wish to preserve your spot in that class, monthly tuition must continue to be paid – even if you do not attend.

Dance Requirements

  • Intermediate and Advanced students MUST be enrolled in a BALLET class.
  • Ballet students receiving instruction in pre-pointe or pointe MUST particpate in one (1) hour of ballet technique scheduled prior to scheduled pre-pointe/pointe class
  • Advanced Jazz students MUST be enrolled in two (2) Advanced Jazz class and one (1) Advanced Turns & Leaps technique class
  • Advancement is determined by the student’s instructor. He or she has specific criteria that need to be met prior to a student being promoted.

North County DanceArts and its staff and instructors reserve the right to remove any individual from a dance class or the studio premises if that individual’s behavior is disruptive and not conducive to the learning atmosphere of the studio.

Studio Dress Code

  • No baggy sweatshirts or t-shirts after warm-up.
  • Hair for all classes must be pulled away from the face and secured.
  • Hair must be in a bun for ALL BALLET AND JAZZ classes.
Pre-Dance ( Girls) attire:
  • Pink Leotards
  • Pink Tights
  • Pink Ballet Shoes/Black Tap Shoes
Pre-Dance (Boys) attire:
  • Black Dance Pants/Shorts
  • White shirt
  • Black Tap Shoes/Black Ballet Slippers
  • White socks
Ballet I, II & III attire:
  • Black Leotards
  • Pink Tights
  • Pink Ballet Shoes
  • Pointe shoes
Men & Boys Ballet & Jazz attire:
  • Black Dance Pants/Tights
  • White Shirt
  • Black Ballet Shoes
Jazz attire:
  • Leotard/Tights, any color or print, any style, jazz shoes/any style
Tap attire:
  • Any color or print, any style
  • Tap Shoes (Check with instructor prior to purchase for shoe and tap specifications)
Hip – Hop:

Comfortable clothing, sneakers (t-shirts with messages that are gang related, ethnically, religiously or racially derogative in nature are unacceptable for dance class. The acceptability of any and all logos, messages or slogans are at the sole discretion of NCDA directors, staff and/or instructors. Anyone wearing unacceptable forms of clothing will be asked to leave the studio premises immediately) Thank you for your cooperation. We feel this will enhance our dance program and give each and every dancer a sense of pride and organization to be the best dancer he/she can possibly be.

Observation

Class observation in the studio is permitted only on the last class of the month. During the month, feel free to watch the class from outside or from the lobby.

Recitals

An annual recital will be given and all students are invited to participate. It is not mandatory and a minimal recital fee per participant is charged. All registered students participating in the annual recital must be current in annual tuition (September through and including August) prior to ticket sales. Any student not current in tuition for the referenced dance year will not be able to participate in the recital, regardless of any costs incurred by student, including but not limited to, recital fees, costume fees, photographs etc.

Media

All media, in any form, of students of North County DanceArts, Inc. during class work or performance is the sole property of North County DanceArts, Inc.   North County DanceArts, Inc. reserves the right to publish in any format and use for any purposes including but not limited to the name, affiliation, photographs, video footage and audio recordings of any student or performer for advertising and promotions.

Holidays

North County DanceArts will be closed on major holidays:

July 4th, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day. We will also take Winter Break from late December through first week of January  and a Summer Break in August.

* All other closures will be posted well in advance.

* Holiday schedule is subject to change. See NCDA’s “Important Dates to Remember” for more information.

Make-Ups

Classes may be made up within thirty days of a missed class, but may not be applied to future tuition or transferred to another student. Missed classes may be made up in any dance class of any discipline – ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, pre-dance – as long as the student stays within his/her level.

Since North County DanceArts provides a monthly tuition plan in an effort to provide the student the opportunity to dance at a discounted cost, we do not guarantee that make-up classes in any one discipline will be available. It is the student’s responsibility to account for time away from dance such as leaves, vacations, work schedules, etc.

Injuries

North County DanceArts is not responsible for injuries or for any child left before or after class. Please pick up your child promptly!

For other important Tuition policies please refer to North County DanceArts’ Tuition Policies and Tuition Rates brochure or web page.

To Download a copy of the NCDA General Studio Policies CLICK HERE

Best Dance Studio in San Diego and Del Mar area. Read More

People from across the country have chosen North County DanceArts Inc. as the best dance studio in the San Diego and North County area. Located in the heart of Del Mar North County DanceArts Inc. offers dance lessons in Tribal Belly Dance, Tap, Ballet, Hip Hop, Pre-Dance / Pre-Kinder / KinderCombo, Zumba, Latin, Contemporary & Jazz Technique. North County DanceArts Inc. also offers lessons for children & teens teaching technique, terminology, and discipline to further students in their dance careers.

Whether you’re from Torrey Pines, Poway, Escondido, San Marcos, Encinitas, Solana Beach, Rancho Santa Fe, Carmel Valley, Mira Mesa, Carlsbad, Oceanside, San Diego, La Jolla North County DanceArts Inc. welcomes you to visit and come experience the fun in dancing. Check out our convenient classes, private appointment times and personalized lesson plans and professional staff to help you learn what you want when you want. Join Us in an enjoyable and inexpensive night out with friends.

North County DanceArts Inc. is proud to have an experienced professional dance staff. Our dance instructors have worked on shows and movies like, Dancing With the Stars, Shall We Dance, Dance With Me, and So You Think You Can Dance.

Tuition

North County DanceArts, Inc. is dedicated to the care and nurturing of the dedicated dance student. Tuition for classes at North County DanceArts, Inc is an annual (school year September through August) tuition policy that may be paid in full at time of student enrollment, September through December (for CASH or CHECK payments only – an approximate 10% savings and no worries of late fees) or on a monthly installment payment system. Annual tuition is based on a tuition that is amortized over eleven months, each month averaging four weeks.

Monthly tuition payments are due on or before the 1st day of each calendar month. A late charge of $15.00 will be assessed after the 10th day of the month against the current tuition due and any previous outstanding balances. NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. recognizes that some months will provide the student with five weeks of instruction for the month. These additional days afforded by the calendar year will not be charged as extra classes to the student and will be included in that month’s monthly tuition. However, NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. DOES NOT PROVIDE MAKE-UP CLASSES FOR THOSE “EXTRA” CLASSES DUE TO STUDENT NON-ATTENDANCE.

Monthly tuition payments by check may be mailed directly to NCDA at 12750 Carmel Country Road, Suite 103, San Diego, California  92130.  Cash, Check or Debit/Credit Card Payments are accepted in studio during office hours Monday – Saturday.  Payments are considered delinquent on the 10th day of the calendar month at the end of the business office day (7:30 pm).

The NCDA annual tuition is a long term payment policy. Students electing to pay in monthly installments must continue to pay monthly for the remainder of the dance year scheduled payments (September through July). North County DanceArts, Inc. does not invoice except in cases where account is delinquent. Acceptable forms of payment are cash, personal check, debit/credit card or students may elect to be placed on an automatic debit/credit card payment system thereby eliminate worry of late fees.  For those students opting for the automatic payment plan, a fee of $20.00 per incident will be charged to student’s account for reasons such as insufficient funds or credit card charge revocation.  In these cases, students MUST reconcile any outstanding balances, including any late charges, bank charges, etc. incurred by North County DanceArts, Inc. due to such incidents within a five (5) day period from time of incident reporting by financial institutions.

Any student wishing to discontinue dance instruction during the year may do so by notifying North County DanceArts, Inc. in writing in the form of NCDA’s Notice to Terminate Form no less than 30 days prior to the 28th day of any calendar month and before the last quarter of the dance year, thereby releasing the student from further tuition obligations. Students shall be responsible for the balance of the annual tuition if giving 30 day Notice of Termination after April 3rd  of any calendar year and thereby discontinuing services in the last quarter (May-July) of our dance year.  For those students participating in the automatic debit/credit charge option, upon receipt of the Notice to Terminate form, all outstanding balances on accounts will be immediately charged to the student’s debit/credit card accounts.  No exceptions will be made.

For those students electing to discontinue dance instruction and thereby electing early termination of the tuition contract prior to final payment (July) in any given dance year, it is assumed that the student will not be returning to NCDA for dance instruction. Any student returning to NCDA after termination of tuition contract in any prior dance year, will be obligated to ‘pay out’ prior contract terms before enrolling in any NCDA class.

Classes may be made up within 30 days of a missed class, but may not be applied to future tuition or transferred to another student. Missed classes may be made up in any dance class of any discipline as long as the student stays within his/her dance level (i.e.: ballet, jazz, tap and pre-dance). Since NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. provides a monthly tuition payment plan in an effort to provide the student the opportunity to participate in many styles of dance at a discounted rate, we do not guarantee that make-up classes in any one discipline will be available. It is the student’s responsibility to account for time away from dance instruction such as leaves, vacation, work schedules, etc. Tuition is non-refundable, no exceptions.

NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. will be closed on major holidays as outlined in our “Important Dates To Remember” Latest News Page.  NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. WILL NOT EXTEND TUITION CARDS OR MAKE UP CLASSES FOR CLOSURE AT THESE HOLIDAYS.

Tuition for all NEW students to NORTH COUNTY DANCEARTS, INC. will be prorated on an individual basis as necessary. Monthly tuition will not be prorated at any other time for any reason. Annual Registration/Insurance fees are charged per student and are due upon initial enrollment and each year in January. Annual Registration/Insurance Fees are due in January for all students registered in classes prior to October 1st and all new students registering after January 1st.

Our weekday morning adult students may elect to pay “by the class” (only in open adult classes scheduled for Monday through Friday mornings with exception to classes that may “close”). Adult students that elect to pay “by the class” for these morning open classes may not attend any other classes on a “by the class” basis. NCDA also offers an Unlimited Tuition Plan for Adult Mornings. See Tuition Rates for more Information.

 

 

ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEE AND TUITION RATES – $ 30.00
Each additional  family member – $20.00

Annual Pre-Paid (Sept-July)
Cash or Check Only
Annual Pre-paid (Sept – July)
Debit/Credit Card
Classes Per Week
Monthly Tuition Rates
$891.00
$950.00
1 Class/Week
$90.00
$1,445.00
$1,531.00
2 Class/Week
$145.00
$1,881.00
$2,006.00
3 Class/Week
$190.00
$2,228.00
$2,375.00
4 Class/Week
$225.00
$2,376.00
$2,534.00
5 Class/Week
$240.00
$2,624.00
$2,798.00
6 Class/Week
$265.00
$3,119.00
$3,326.00
Unlimited
$315.00

*NOTE: IF ELECTING TO PRE-PAY ANNUAL TUITION (September – December)  (AN APPROXIMATE 10% SAVINGS for CASH OR CHECK Payments) or PRE-PAY ANNUAL TUITION (September – December) (AN APPROXIMATE 4% SAVINGS FOR DEBIT/CREDIT CARD)  PLEASE BE AWARE THERE ARE NO REFUNDS OF TUTION, INCLUDING PRE-PAID ANNUAL TUITION IF STUDENT DROPS CLASSES BEFORE THE
PRE-PAID PERIOD ENDS. IF A STUDENT ELECTS TO “ADD” CLASS(ES) AFTER PRE-PAID ANNUAL TUITION IS PAID,
ADDED CLASSES WILL BE CALCULATED BASED ON THE CURRENT MONTHLY PAYMENT RATE AND NOT A
DISCOUNTED RATE.

NOW AVAILABLE: TWO OPTIONS FOR ADULT MORNINGS @ NCDA

4 CLASS BULK DROP IN CARD (based on a calendar month):  $70.00

UNLIMITED BULK DROP IN CARD (based on a calendar month) : $150.00/mo.
The Adult Morning “Unlimited” bulk class cards are discounted bulk drop-in fees.  All students wishing to take advantage of these discounted fee cards must be a registered (by payment of annual registration fee) student of NCDA and accept and agree to all NCDA regulations and policies as detailed in NCDA General Policies.  These Unlimited bulk drop-in cards may be used for Adult Morning classes only as specifically called out on the NCDA dance schedule as (teen-adult) or (adult). The unlimited monthly bulk drop-in plans are based on an calendar month. There is no pro-rating of the  unlimited bulk drop-in cards. The unlimited bulk drop-in cards do not provide for make-ups or compensation for studio holidays and closures.  There are no extensions of the bulk drop-in cards for any reason.  The Unlimited bulk drop-in cards are non-refundable and non-transferable.

Adult Open Classes (Monday through Friday Mornings Only)
Drop-In Class rate: $ 20.00 per Class

CLICK HERE to download North County DanceArts, Inc, Tuition Policies.

CLICK HERE to download North County DanceArts, Inc. Payment by Automatic Debit/Credit Card Charge Authorization Form

CLICK HERE to download North County DanceArts, Inc. Cancellation of Automatic Debit/Credit & Notice of Termination

CLICK HERE to download North County DanceArts, Inc. Cancellation of Monthly Installments & Notice of Termination