The CVSB's school year is divided into two semesters. Fall semester will be 15 weeks--Spring 16 weeks. Classes are held at:
The Whittier Community Center
290 North 400 East
The CVSB offers several levels and types of classes:
Technique Classes are designed to promote the study of Ballet as a fine art. Students will learn the basics of classical ballet.
Teen & Adults is a class for teens and adults to learn and participate in ballet. Ballet helps to teach proper placement and posture of the body, while also strengthening and toning different muscles groups.
Pilates Classes are taught through Cache Pilates Studio. Instruction is offered for beggining and Intermediate/Advanced students by instructors certified in the Stott Pilates method.
Private lessons are available through CVSB. Arrangements can be made with the instructor of choice.
- Punctuality is essential. If a student is more than 10 minutes late for class, he/she will be asked to observe the class rather than dance.
- Gum chewing is not permitted in class.
- The instructor should be notified if a student must leave early.
- Students are advised to wait for their ride inside the building and to wear clothing over leotards and tights when coming to or leaving class.
- Parents are responsible for students before and after classes.
- Parents and non-enrolled students are not permitted in classrooms during instruction time except for the parent observation classes. (Last week of classes fall semester only).
- Hair (securely fastened) must be pulled neatly away from the face and off the shoulders.
- Dress Code:
- Females Level 1-7: black leotards, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes (black skirt is optional)
- Males Levels 1-7: black pants, white shirt, black socks, and black ballet shoes.
- Level 8-10 must dress neatly for class.
- Loose fitting clothing and dangling jewelry are not appropriate
- A student may attend a makeup class due to illness or scheduled holidays on the same level or one lower with the instructor's permission.
- Monday students should attend make-up classes per semester due to scheduled holidays in accordance with the school's makeup class policy (Labor Day, MLK Day, Pres. Day).
- No refunds are given after the second week of the semester or for absences, with the exception of prolonged illness or moving from the area.
- In lieu of classes missed during Nutcracker week, students will receive one complimentary ticket to The Nutcracker (go to the Ellen Eccles Theater Box Office to receive ticket). For various reasons, there will be no granting of additional complimentary tickets.
- If Logan City Schools are canceled due to bad weather, we will be closed also.
- A $5 late fee will be assessed monthly (on the 14th) for each account past due. No refunds after the 2nd week of the semester with the exception of prolonged illness or moving from the area.
- Payment Plan Information--Payment Plan Option excludes Pilates and Summer Semesters
- Fall Semester
- 1st Payment: Required with Registration/Release Form
- 2nd Payment: October 1
- 3rd Payment: November 1
- Spring Semester
- 1st Payment: Required with Registration/Release Form, or if registration has been rolled over from Fall Semester it is due the 1st week of Spring Semester.
- 2nd Payment: February 1
- 3rd Payment: March 1
- Fall Semester
- $10 discount is available only if tuition is paid in full and received in hand prior to the 1st week of classes. Pre-registration discounts exclude: Pilates, summer classes, late starts, and otherwise reduced tuition.
- Credit card payments have a 3% non-refundable fee per transaction
Scholarship Information Statement
A limited number of full and partial scholarships are available to students at all levels. Scholarships are applied to tuition only and are based on merit and financial need. Determinations are made on a case by case basis by the scholarship committee. A scholarship application must be completed before a student may be considered for scholarship. All application and financial information will be kept confidential. Scholarship forms are available online here. Completed applications can be mailed to the registrar. Dead line for applications is 1 week prior to the start of each semester.