Dance Arts Academy Dress Code

Creative Dance, Pre-K, Ballet One: Light Pink leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
Ballet Elements: Light Purple leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
Children’s Continuing 1-3 Ballet: Light Blue leotard, Light.Blue wrap skirt, pink tights and ballet shoes
Children’s Intermediate 1-3 Ballet: Navy Blue or Black leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
ITP 1-8: Black leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
Pre-Teen/Teen (all levels): Black leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
Fusion Company: Black leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
ITP 10-13 Ballet: Solid Color leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
Cecchetti Ballet: Black leotard, pink tights and ballet shoes
Pointe & Variations: Class color as above
Contemporary/Lyrical/Fusion: Class color as above (optional dance shorts)
Musical Theater: Class color as above (optional dance shorts)
Jazz: Class color as above (optional dance shorts), with Tan jazz shoes
Tap: Class color as above (optional dance shorts), with Black tap shoes, Black “Lace-up” tap shoes Intermediate and above,
Hip-Hop (all levels): T-shirts or Hip-Hop attire will be permitted in this class only, with hip-hop shoes (NO street shoes)
Guys (all classes): White t-shirt or tank, black sweat pants or jazz pants, black tights, Black ballet shoes
Adult Tap, Ballet, Jazz, Pilates: Comfortable clothes you can move in, any style tap/jazz shoes (NO street shoes)

We expect all our students to abide by the dress code, and have hair pulled back as detailed below.
All children in Light Pink dress code (Creative Dance, Pre-K, and Ballet One Programs) may wear their hair neatly pulled back and off the neck.
All other dancers are required to have their hair (including bangs) neatly secured in a bun.

Dance Arts Academy provides professional dance training in an inspirational, warm and friendly atmosphere. Early exposure to caring, professional teachers with national experience and recognition will shape a dancer’s education from the very start. We have some of the most qualified teachers in the country, and are confident that affiliation with this outstanding faculty will benefit all aspects of a dancer’s life. We feel that progress for both the serious and recreational dancer is best realized in a professional atmosphere where students and teachers are treated with dignity and respect. DAA provides a healthy, positive, and supportive atmosphere for our student’s development of a strong work ethic, grace, poise, and physical and emotional well being.