Dress Code Guidelines

Parent/Tot, Creative Movement: Comfortable clothing that allows free movement. Shoes: pink ballet shoes, bare feet, or non-slip socks.

Combo Classes, such as Ballet/Tap/Tumbling, Pre-Ballet/Pre-Jazz: Solid colored leotard and pink tights. Ballet skirts, shorts, or leggings may be worn as a cover up. Shoes: pink ballet shoes, tap, jazz, bare feet for tumbling.

Ballet, Contemporary, Modern, Improvisation: Please wear solid colored leotard and pink tights. Leotards can be camisole, tank, short-sleeved or long-sleeved style. You may wear a ballet skirt, shorts or leggings as a cover up. Shoes: dance socks, bare feet or pink ballet shoes for ballet class.

Hip Hop and African: Comfortable clothing that allows free movement, hip hop sneakers (have not been worn outside) or bare feet for African.

Jazz, Musical Theater, Turns and Leaps, Tap: Solid colored leotard and leggings or shorts. T-shirts can be worn as cover-ups if they don’t affect the ability of the instructor to correct alignment. Shoes: jazz shoes, black tap shoes (no heels), toe undies or dance socks. (Character shoes may be required for Musical Theater per Instructor)

Boys and Men: black athletic pants or shorts, white or black shirt, black ballet shoes, dance socks or bare feet

Hair: Must be pulled back, out of the eyes, in a braid, ponytail, or bun for all classes. A bun must be worn for all level 2/3/4 Ballet.

Jewelry: No dangly jewelry of any kind.

Modesty: No sports bras, cut off shirts or booty shorts in class.

Cover ups must be worn over leotards when entering and leaving the studio or when entering the mall. (even if you are just going to get dinner from the food court)

RDM Parent Handbook

This Parent Handbook is for our Littleton Chapter and Castle Rock Chapter. Our Denver Christian Chapter follows school calendars, protocols & procedures. Email [email protected] with any questions.