JM Studios
Dance Life

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Tuition & Policies

Registration Fee (one-time fee each year)



45 min/1 hour class weekly: $48 monthly tuition

1.5 class weekly: $53 monthly tuition

Additional Slass: $33 monthly per additional


1.5 hour class ($53) + additional class #1 ($33) + additional class #2 ($33) = $119

*Tuition is not prorated for holiday closings, missed classes, or shorter dance months. We base our monthly price on 4 classes per month. Some months are made up of 5 classes and those are considered to be makeup classes for months that are shorter due to the Holidays.*

Tuition is due by the 1st  class of each month. You will be given a 10 day grace period. If your tuition is not paid by the 10th, a $20 late fee will be added to your balance. 


**Given to families of 3 or more dancers. Speak to a staff member for more information.**

Recital Fees
This fee covers the cost of our venue, trophies, staff, and insurance for the event.

(due approximately 2-3 months before recital day).

Cash and checks made payable to JM Studios are accepted. There is a $25 service 

charge for returned checks. 

The studio will be closed for...

September 3rd 2018-Labor Day

November 19th-23rd 2018-Thanksgiving/Fall Break

December 24th 2018-January 3rd 2019-Christmas/Winter Break

April 18th-24th 2019-Easter/Spring Break

May 27th 2019-Memorial Day

June 24th-July 4th 2019-Summer Break

In inclement weather, the studio will follow Randolph County Schools’ Closings. Unless 

otherwise specified.


If you are unsure of canceled classes due to inclement weather, you can...

*Check our website

*Facebook Page (JM Studios)

*Phone 336.259.1788

Dress Code:

Students in combination classes are required to wear tights, a leotard, and appropriate 

shoes. Each combination class has a different dress code. Click the "Class Attire" tab at the top to order the attire required for your child's class. 


A student's age is a basic guideline for class placement. Often times, other qualities are put into consideration such as: strength, maturity level, enthusiasm, focus level and technique. It is not uncommon for dancers to stay in the same level class for 2-3 years. Often times, dancers are moved to a higher level class too early. This leads to injuries and improper techniques can form. Being promoted to a new class doesn't always make them stronger dancers. In some cases, it can hinder their dance education. We appreciate you for trusting our professional decisions and for understanding that we have your dancer's best interest in mind.