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*Fall Classes begin on Monday September 8th! Last Registration Hours before the start of classes will be on Thursday Sept. 4th 5:00-8:00pm. Fall Registration will continue during regular office hours in the fall as class availability permits. Office hours beginning 9/8: Mon 5:00-7:30 Tues & Thurs 4:00-8:00pm Wed & Fri 4:30-7:30pm Use tab on top of page for our 2014-15 Fall Class Schedule (for BLDCo classes use drop down menu on Company tab)
* Our Children's 2015 Musical Theater will be Disney's "The Little Mermaid". Musical Theater DO need to register but since these classes will not be closed out you may choose to avoid the rush and come in on Tues.Aug 19th or Wed Aug 20th when it will be less hectic.
POLICIES*Our No Registration Fee Policy will continue. 1st and last month payment is due at time of registration. All unused tuition is refunded at any time during the season.
*Monthly Tuition is processed by scheduled automated payments and we accept all major credit cards.
*There is no increase in 2015 tuition rates. Tuition remains at $60 monthly per hour class & $90 per 90 minute class monthly.
*We offer a 10% discount on multiple classes as well as 10% family discount. All male dancers students a 50% discount.* see below. It is best to reach us by email- firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
Summer Office hours: Monday mornings 9:30-12:00 noon Tues., Wed., Thurs. 4:30-7:30 pm Give us a call today for more information! 516-797-7627 *Our MOST EXCITING NEWS- Body Language has partnered with Real Men Lift Women and will be offering half price Tuition to every male student enrolled in any dance class! Please check out www.realmenliftwomen.com This is an awesome new organization that is helping to promote and tear down the stereotypes associated with male dancers. They provide scholarships for males to attend college and professional dance programs as well as encourage an introduction to dance for younger students in their home towns.