Colorado Ballet Academy is committed to excellence in dance education. The dance training students experience at Colorado Ballet Academy offers so much more than just the benefits of a demanding physical activity.
Dance training is a methodical, graded process that demands a high level of commitment to reach maximum potential. It requires a self-discipline rarely matched by other endeavors. Students become active partners in their progress and develop a respect for the art of dance.
Please download the Academy Policies for the Academy's policies on communication, rules and regulations, registration and payments, dress code, and more. The Academy Policies informational booklet is designed to help answer questions regarding policies of Colorado Ballet Academy. Students and parents should review this booklet thoroughly. Upon registration all students and academy families agree to the terms set out in the policy. Any questions may be directed to the staff of Colorado Ballet Academy. The policies, rules, and regulations set forth in the Academy Policies will be strictly enforced. Registered students agree to abide by the policies herein. Please also read the General Information Letter for all New Students for studio rules and drop-off/pick-up policies. All preschool and children's classes are given this General Information letter at the start of each semester.
Updated information regarding snow closures will be updated here in the event that the Academy needs to close due to poor weather conditions. School closure information will also be streamed on CBS Channel 4, KCNC-TV. Updated information regarding snow closures will be located on the main Academy webpage and on the Academy Facebook page.
Spring academy class registration is open now. All classes are open until filled (indicated on the class schedule webpages). Spring classes run from January 21 - May 17, 2014 and Spring Registration Forms can be submitted via email (email@example.com), fax (303-861-7174), mail, or in person to the Academy Office.
General inquires can be emailed (firstname.lastname@example.org) or can called to 303-339-1623. Registration confirmations can be sent upon request. Placement inquiries should be emailed to email@example.com.
To transfer, add, or withdraw from an Academy class, please download the Drop/Add Form. Forms may be returned in person to Colorado Ballet Academy, mailed, emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed to 303-861-7174. 100% tuition reimbursement will only be processed prior to January 21st, 50% tuition reimbursement will only be available from January 21st through February 17th, 2014. Following February 17th there will be no refunds issued.
The Academy offers many performance opportunities to its students year-round. Spring Showcase is an opportunity for all Academy students in Ballet Level 1 and up, as well as select open classes to perform. Each year, Academy students ages 8 and up are encouraged to audition for Colorado Ballet company's performance of The Nutcracker, which is performed at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House. Click here for more information on The Nutcracker auditions.
Students are limited to two make-up class cards per semester, please check in with the office if you need to make up a class.
Colorado Ballet Academy offers different types of discounts and promotions for Academy students.
*Discounts cannot be combined. Academy students will receive special discounted ticket rates to all of Colorado Ballet's performances, including The Nutcracker.
January 21 - May 18, 2014
|January 20, 2014||Martin Luther King Day - No Classes, Offices Closed|
|January 21, 2014||Spring Programming begins
|March 31-April 6||Spring Break - No children's classes,
Adult Ballet Classes will still be running
|April 14- April 19||Parent Observation Week|
|May 18, 2014||Spring Programming ends
|May 17 and 18th, 2014||Spring Showcase
|May 26, 2014||Memorial Day - Offices Closed
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