Information on this page is for dancers enrolled in the GCDC program.

Enrollment is closed for the 2017-2018 season for our GCDC classes and tap classes.
If you are interested in our other programs, please visit our REC and ACRO-DANCE pages.

Click here to see the differences among our class offerings.



It is important to understand that when you enroll your child, we need you to commit to attending regularly and being punctual. Ideally, your child will only miss 1-2 classes for the entire year. Absences and tardiness slow down the pace of the class as choreography and technique must be retaught. We do understand that extenuating circumstances may cause your child to miss more than this. Missing two classes in a row or any absence in the months of January – April will require a private lesson. Late enrollees will also require private lessons to catch up with their group. (See Private Lessons to the right.)



If class is cancelled due to bad weather, we will put a notice on the Updates page by 1:00 p.m. Please note that we rarely do cancel classes. If snow is excessive in your area and you feel that it is unsafe to travel, please don’t. Cancelled classes are not rescheduled unless there will be less than three classes that month.



Please arrive at least five minutes prior to the start of class. Dancers entering late are a major distraction to the teacher and the entire class. If dancers arrive more than 5 minutes late for class and there is a “Do Not Disturb” sign on the knob, you must wait at the door for the teacher to let you in during a break in activities.


If your child misses two classes in a row, or if she misses any class in January – April, a private lesson is required. Late enrollees will also require private lesson(s). Private lessons should be taken before your child’s next scheduled class. Contact Danielle via email or phone to schedule. These lessons are given by our student teachers and are $5/half hour. All checks for private lessons are to be made out to the Company.



Our teachers do not anticipate problems and rarely do have them, but in the case that students are behaviorally disruptive, we follow the procedure below:

1. Quiet Warning.

2. If behavior persists, child sits out of class in the hallway – parents are notified.

3. If behavior still continues, child is dismissed from class for one month. Parents pay for private lessons to keep child on track with her class.

4. Child is welcomed back to class. If steps 1-2 are repeated again, the child is dismissed for the remainder of the year.

   All classes are held at

250-251 Brookwood Road in Venetia, PA.



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