- Students are required to arrive at the studio in their class uniform with their hair in a secure bun.
- No jewelry is permitted in class; only small stud earrings may be worn.
- Gum chewing is not allowed in the ISB studios.
- Dance shoes should not be worn outside. You will not only ruin your shoes, but our dance floors could be damaged as well. Additionally, street shoes should not be worn on dance floors. Please leave street shoes in the reception area cubbies.
- All shoes, attire and other items should be labeled with the student’s name. ISB is not responsible for lost or stolen items. Please do not bring any valuables to class.
- No food allowed in the studios. Snacks may be eaten in the reception are only. Water is OK everywhere.
STUDENT DROP-OFF/PICK-UP PROCEDURES
- For student safety, parents must walk their child into the studio and remain with their student until the class begins. ISB is not responsible for children left unattended in or around the building.
- Please do not allow children to loiter outside the building or in the parking lot.
- Please pick up your child in a timely fashion as ISB is not responsible for students left unattended.
MAKE-UP POLICIES FOR THE ACADEMY DIVISION STUDENTS
- Academy level and Beginning Ballet/Beginning Teen make-up classes are permitted within 30 days of the absence. However, they must be scheduled and approved by the office before the class is missed (i.e. calling at least one hour before class to notify the office that your child will not be attending class.)
- Make-up classes may not be applied past 30 days or applied/transferred to another student.
- Each student is limited to 4 make-up classes per semester (6 for students taking multiple classes per week).
- A missed Conditioning/Stretch Class does not qualify for a make-up of any kind.
- Students with no dance experience and/or students in the Early Division age group will be placed in an appropriate level based on their age group.
- All new students with dance experience will be asked to take a placement class to allow the teacher to evaluate their skills and place them in the appropriate level. New students, schedule your free trial class by clicking here.
- Arriving on time or a few minutes early is important. A student arriving more than 15 minutes late may be asked by the teacher to sit and observe because they missed a valuable part of their warm up and are more susceptible to injury if they dance without a proper warm up. Observing class still counts as attending class and does not qualify for a make up class.