Students who join the competition team- pay an annual fee on top of your FootWorks fee for a total of $45.00 due by July 1.
Your tuition is based on the number of hours you train. (Please see tuition rates)
Mini/petit ages 7 - 10
Teens ages 13 - 15
Seniors Ages 16 - 19
Students in comp classes are required to dance a
minimum of 3 to 7 hrs a week depending on your level.
Minis/Petits minimum 3 hrs per week.
5 hrs per week.
Teens and seniors minimum 6.5 hrs per week.
More hours of dance are fine, this is your minimum.
We have a rate for unlimited classes too.
Solo and Duet Protocol
Solo and duets will be done outside of group
classes and will run $ 40.00 an hour for solo choreography, $25.00 an hour each for duets/Trios.
You must meet with
Miss Donna or Miss Stephanie a minimum of 3 times to learn the choreography. You may not ask for a specific teacher. We
will make that decision.
Additional meetings may take place on our posted schedules once we have completed all solos and
You will need to pick 3 songs you would like to do a solo/duet to. We will choose one of those songs. You provide
a cut copy on a CD to your 2.30 minute length. We choreograph the dance, you pick out a costume but it must be approved by
Comp fees paid out to the competitions we attend charge approx. $35.00 to $ 50.00 for group numbers
These fees are paid to FootWorks and then Footworks will submit the registration.
are due October 1st. They will include all costumes needed for your group numbers $55.to $65.00 per costume, 2 pr of tights
and a pr of shoes. Solo costumes will cost you above and beyond.
All students on the Competition Performance team
are required to purchase a warm up suit. Cost is $100.00.
All competition students must attend one of the August Intensives.
contract is required, however FootWorks reserves the right to dismiss any student not being respectful to the required hours
of training, having trong work ethic or being a team player.
Students who would like to try out for our competition
team may contact Miss Donna. Your audition will most likely take place by attending one of the summer classes