Here are answers to some of our most commonly asked questions.
When do classes start?
For the 2012-2013 school year, classes will commence on Saturday, September 15.
What does my child wear?
Click here for a complete description of our dress code.
At what age can students start class?
Students who will be 3 years of age by September 1 of the current school year may register for the traditional program. Students 2.5 and up are welcome to register for our First Steps/Petite Dancers program session.
What classes do you offer?
NHAPA offers a complete and diverse curriculum for students age 2.5 , through teens and adults in progressive, age appropriate levels. Classes include preschool, pre-primary, primary, ballet/jazz basics, jazz, hip hop, tap, contemporary and lyrical. NHAPA is pleased to offer two tracks of dance education-recreational and intensive
What is the tuition for classes?
Click here to view our 2012-2013 tuition information.
Is there a time I can observe my child during class? When are your holiday/vacation breaks?
For visiting week and holiday closing please view our 2012-2013 calendar.
Do you have an open house or info session?
Yes. We typically host an open house/info session at the studio at the end of August and beginning of September. This year our open house dates are Aug. 14, Aug. 23, and Sept. 6 from 5-7 pm. We are happy to schedule tours/visits on other days/dates throughout the year and invite you to contact us
What is the difference between your traditional classes and the session based classes?
Both the traditional and session based classes offer the same quality curriculum to students. Session based classes, however, run for only 6-12 weeks, offering the choice of a shorter commitment to students and their families. For more information on each of our session programs, please see our Session/Workshops page.
At what level will my child be placed?
Class placement is done based on age, skill, level, previous experience and recommendation by the program directors. Each students is assessed on an individual basis with the goal being to determine the most progressive, age appropriate and level for your child.