2021-2022 Academic term (September 7-May 28) - recital June 4
A 45 minute weekly class is $45 per month (there are some months with 3 weeks and some with 5, tuition is not prorates based on the number of weeks in attendance)
Each addition 15 min is $10 per month.
This is based on a 9 month commitment.
Registration Fee is $20 per dancer or $25 per family.
Max tuition is $250 per child, $500 per family.
Acro, Pointe and elite dances not included in maximum.
10% discount for 9 months tuition paid in full by cash or check.
5% discount for 9 months tuition paid in full by credit card.
If there is a withdrawal, the tuition is based on the full pay and then a refund for the balance without the discount.
To encourage boys to dance, a 50% discount will be given to brothers of registered dancers and 25% to all others.
All discounts will have to manually applied and will not occur at registration.
If you are interested in private lessons or smaller group classes, please contact us at
Class & Level Description & Required Attire
Revere Dance Studio Shoe and Attire Requirement (available at our Boutique in Delhi -Opening in August
Combo Classes – Leotard, Tights, Pink Ballet Shoes, Tan Tap Shoes, they may wear a skirt but it is not required, hair pulled back (prefer a bun so they do not play with it). Boys: Comfortable clothing, black ballet and tap shoes. (For recital will need tan tights)
Hip Hop/Musical Classes – Comfortable Clothes, hair pulled back, Sneakers, but will need Jazz Shoes prior to the recital (the teacher will let you know what color, once the costumes arrive in April), hair pulled back
Technique and All Star Team Classes
Ballet- Leotard, tights, pink ballet shoes, hair pulled in bun (skirt and fitted shorts allowed)
Leaps and Turns – Leotard, tights or black leggings and Jazz Boot (any color), hair in a bun
Tap – Leggings or comfortable pants (but must be above ankle, Fitted top or Leotard and black oxford full sole tap shoes (Primary may wear tan tap shoes), hair pulled back
If children are wearing incorrect attire they will be warned. If they continue to dress inappropriately and without the proper shoes, they will not be permitted to participate in class and will have to sit and observe. Shoes are like a uniform and are the proper shoes to teach them technique.
Hip Hop - It is a street style of dance primarily performed to hip hop music. Dancers love this fun-loving, energetic style of current dance and never want it to end!
Ballet - The foundation to many dance forms and the epitome of discipline, Ballet is arguably the most elegant style of dance. It is also a dance form that students benefit from starting with early in their dance career. Among a plethora of important skills, it teaches dancers to understand their center and gain flexibility and focus.
Pointe - This class is available to our most advanced students, who must take at least one Ballet class per week in order to enroll.
Tap - Rhythm is key in this style of dance. With both percussive and Broadway-style movements, students enrolled in tap class not only give their feet a workout, but their brains get one, too. Young dancers love the noise their "special" shoes make, and are amazed at how many different sounds can be generated with different parts of their feet.
Musical Theatre Dance - It is a compilation of the different dance styles seen on Broadway. For example, Bob Fosse's choreography is very different from Agnes de Mille's dance moves in "Carousel".
Leaps and Turns - develops balance, strength, elevation and body alignment within students for technical elements used in all styles of dance.
Acro - Acrobatics uses strength and flexibility to perform gymnastic-based tricks. In this class, students perform conditioning exercises to prepare them for increased difficulty. It teaches flexibility, balance, strength, and coordination. Revere Acro Instructors are certified by USGA.
Class Level Descriptions - Level Classes are more disciplined and levels require teacher approval - We reserve the right to move a child to the appropriate level (you usually spend at least 2 years in each level)
Primary Ballet - 7-11 years
Secondary Ballet - 10-13 years - knows ballet/tap terminology and can demonstrate basic skills with direction
Intermediate Ballet - 12-16 years - knows ballet/tap terminology and can demonstrate basic and intermediate skills independently
Advanced Ballet - 13+ - knows all ballet/tap terminology and can execute intermediate to advance skills independently by hearing combinations
Beginner All Stars compete once in May and performs in the recital. Junior All Star Competition Classes - Compete Twice per year and performs in the recital - Recommend Primary Technique the intention of these teams is to prepare for the National Competitive Team or have less commitment than the National Team
Beginner All Stars - 5-6 Year Olds - Ballet, Tap and Jazz Training - One Hour per week - Learn two dances, but compete with one - one costume fee
Junior All Stars - 7-12 Year Olds - Ballet, Tap and Jazz Training with Two Teachers - One and 1/2 Hours per week - Learn and Compete with two dances and two costume fees.