FAQ

Here we’ve answered some of our Frequently Asked Questions when it comes to Connectivity Dance!

What types of genres do you offer?

We are proud to currently offer classes in Ballet, Jazz, Tap, Hip Hop, Modern, Lyrical, Acro, and Jump Rope.

I’ve registered my child in a class, but I can’t figure out how to pay for the class. How can I pay?

Welcome to Connectivity Dance Family! We are so glad you joined us this season. For payment, we are happy to accept EMTs to dance@connectivitydance.com, Debit, Credit Cards (3% Transaction Fee Applies), Cash or Cheque. For your convenience, tuition fees for full season registration may be divided into 6, 8 or 10 monthly instalments.

Online Automated payments is currently unavailable. For more details, our payment policy is available here.

It’s my child’s first dance class, what do they need to wear for class?

Depending on the genre, there will be different class attire requirements that we ask all students wear. For all classes, we do ask that students hair is pulled back away from their face so that they are not distracted by hair falling in their face, or potentially hurt themselves when doing certain moves that may cause hair to become caught. For all class attire requirements, please click here.

I’m very excited for my child to start their class and would love to watch the class. Am I able to?

Dance is typically not known as a spectator sport, and as such we do not allow parents/guardians/family/friends to observe our classes. We find that viewers can create distraction for some students and take their attention away from their instructors and their lesson. For those wanting to observe classes, we are happy to our Parent Watch Week, when we open our classes to an audience. Depending on current restrictions in place, our Parent Watch Week may be held virtually. Communications of the next Parent Watch week will be sent out to al registered students.

What is studio fundraising? Is it a requirement of my enrollment?

All fundraising at Connectivity Dance is an optional program provided to parents to help off-set dance fees ~ tuition, dance wear, workshops, intensives, competitions, events and the Connectivity Closet! Depending on the fundraiser, fundraising credits are issued on a profit share basis to accounts to help support Studio Scholarships and events. Credits are determined on a percentage of the fundraiser PROFIT, not the fundraiser SALES.

Have a question, but don’t see an answer? Please contact us at dance@connectivitydance.com.