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Dress Code

  • The established dress and hair codes will be strictly enforced.

  • Students not meeting the specified attire and hair dress codes will be asked to sit and watch class until dress and hair codes have been met.

  • Uniforms create a structured, disciplined class environment, and have a positive effect on a student’s attitude in class.

  • Most professional & pre-professional organizations do require uniforms for dance classes.

  • Uniforms reflect quality training & atmosphere and help to instill school pride.

  • Teachers need to see a student’s body in order to help with proper body alignment.

Dress Code Information

  • All items in our Dress Code are required for students.

  • All required items are made by Eurotard Dancewear may be purchased online via the buttons below or locally at Got Dance?

    • We highly encourage you to call this store before going as they change their hours often and sometimes without notice (937) 438-1111.

  • Age appropriate styles have been selected for best comfort and longest wear.

  • Quality dancewear and shoes make a substantial difference in a dancer’s performance.

    • While it may seem tempting to purchase dancewear at Target or other department stores, these items are not designed for classical dance training.

Hair Codes

All Female Dancers

High Ballet Bun secured with a hair tie, at least 4 bobby/hair pins, and a hairnet. 

High Bun
Video Tutorial

Follow along with SDSD Dance Dad, Doug McDermitt, as he walks you through how to create a high bun that is secure and ready for class! 

Remember that you'll need a brush or comb, bobby or hair pins, hair ties, and a hairnet. Other supplies may include water and spray bottle or hairspray. 

All Male Dancers

Hair should be kept neat and out of the face at all times. 

Ballet Classes Dress Code

Creative Movement, Pre-Ballet, Pre-Ballet 2

Ballet 1, 2, and 3 

Ballet 4 - Ballet 8