Fall Drama Course
The homeschool drama course for this semester represents 30 hours of instruction in addition to performance time. Students will need to spend some time at home learning theater terms and memorization of the script, dance steps, and blocking. It is an investment in time and effort that is well worth it.
The drama session only tuition is $225
Frequently Asked Questions
What age is this program aimed at? 7-16
When are classes?
Both the drama and ballet classes begin September 10th and run through December 3rd. The ballet classes are Thursday 10:00am-11:00am. The drama classes are Thursdays 12:30-3pm. See below for other important dates.
- No classes November 26th
- Dress rehearsal on Tuesday December 1st, 12:30-3pm
- In studio performance to be broadcast via zoom link December 3rd at 1:30pm
What is the cost?
A $50 deposit per child is required at the time of registration to reserve your spot. The remaining balance of tuition is due 7 days prior to the start of the session.
- The drama only balance would be $175
- The ballet only balance would be $60
If enrolling in both sessions, it’s a combined tuition price of $285 (15% discount)
Use promo code ” HS ballet and drama ” when enrolling online
- After the $100 deposit ( $50 per session) the balance would be $185.
There is a sibling tuition discount of 10% off for the first sibling only
Discounts may not be combined and expire 9/19/19
- After the $100 deposit ($50 per child) the balance after the discount would be $98 for ballet only
- After the $100 deposit ($50 per child) the balance after the discount would be $305
When is the performance? Dress rehearsal on Tuesday December 1st, 12:30-3pm
In studio performance December 3rd at 1:30pm
Admission to the performance is free, and this year will be broadcast via Zoom link to your device in order to limit numbers in the studio.
What about COVID-19? Health screening including temperature checks for both staff and students will take place on every entry. Hand sanitizing stations are provided throughout the premises and frequent handwashing is encouraged. Social distance markers are in place in all hallways and a one-way system has been adopted. The studio has been marked out in 6ft x 6ft grids in order to facilitate social distancing during dance classes. In addition, students will keep their personal items with them in the studio in specially marked “stuff spots” that are also 6 ft apart. Due to COVID-19, masks are required to participate in any of our in-person classes. If you are not willing or able to wear a mask, please ask about virtual options. We cannot allow anyone to participate in our classes without a mask until the COVID-19 threat is over. We reserve the right to transfer from in-person classes to virtual classes on zoom if needed due to government regulations and/or safety protocols. Clients may be asked to meet at their usual times or combine classes at a different day/time of the week, depending on the situation. In-person classes are always our preference.
In addition to masks, what does my child wear? There is a dress code for ballet. Girls’ uniform consists of a pale blue leotard, pink ballet tights, pink shoes, and hair in a bun or clipped away from face if not long enough for a ponytail.
Boys’ uniform consists of a white form fitting t-shirt and black dance pants/exercise pants or shorts and black ballet shoes.
Is there a costume for the performance?
For the drama session, your home schooler will be provided with 12 lessons of instruction, performance sets, props, and costume accessories. Actors are asked to provide a simple costume base which can be easily found in your closet or second-hand store.
For the ballet session, The uniform is a sufficient costume base for the performance – a simple skirt and hair piece will be provided for the girls.
Ready to Register?
Reserve your spot in our program today.