Frequently Asked Questions
Which grade should I place my child in?
Refer to the table below for a general guide for student placement. However, the teacher holds the final decision to place the student in the appropriate level. See Class Levels
What are the advantages of having the teacher to decide placement of my child’s class?
Our school practices the policy of matching skill level of the student to the appropriate skill set taught in the class, instead of matching age to the skill set taught in the class.
Can my child do other genres of dance in other schools?
Yes, there is no restriction taking regular classes in other schools as long as your child is not in our competition team.
Can my child do other genres of dance in other schools is he/she is in the competition team?
Your child can take ballet regular classes in other schools, however, all students in the competition team must take our regular Jazz/Tap class.
What are the fees for regular classes?
See Payment Fees
Is there make-up classes for regular classes if my child is unable to attend the class?
Yes, student can attend any other regular class for make-up class.
Is there any make-up classes for competition class if my child is unable to attend the training?
Unfortunately, no.
Can my child do ballet in another school and join the competition team in Tilt?
Yes, we excuse our competition team students from taking ballet regular class with us if they can show prove that they are taking ballet with another school.
What are the competition requirements for students?
All competition students must have at least 90% attendance for competition training.
Why must ballet be compulsory for competition and examination students?
Classical Ballet is extremely important to the dancers as all other styles depend on the fundamental knowledge taught in Ballet classes.
Why must Jazz and Tap be in combined class?
Jazz is very important to build the agility and confidence of the dancer through the quick fire movement and energetic tempo of the subject.
Tapping is very important to create a musical and rhythmical dancer.
The two genres compliment each other in order to train the musicality in the dancership of the student.
What is not included in the one-time competition fees?
– Solo/Duo/Trio registration fee.
– Costumes.
How much is the training fees for solo package?
Refer to Fee Payments
How much is the training fees for competition group?
Refer to Fee Payments