DIRECTIONS ON HOW TO FILL OUT THE ACH FORM: 
For transaction select “recurring payment” 
Date of transaction: 8/7/2017 & 1st of each month 
Amount: Monthly Tuition Rate 
Number of transactions: 10 (August-May)

**Please look at our monthly draft schedule. The amount will be higher in the month you register and in the months of January & February if you are participating in our recital.

Sign up to participate in 2017 LCDC Christmas Parade Float:

2017/2018 REGISTRATION AGREEMENT/WAIVER FORM: CLICK HERE FOR PDF


ACH FORM (AUTO DRAFT FORM): CLICK HERE FOR PDF


DRAFT SCHEDULE: CLICK HERE FOR PDF


POLICY HANDBOOK: CLICK HERE FOR PDF


2017/2018 WELCOME LETTER: CLICK HERE FOR PDF 


ORDER DANCEWEAR: CLICK HERE!


Thank you for your interest in the Lindsey Claire Dance Company. Below you will find some helpful hints you will need to know to make sure each visit to our studio is a rewarding one for you and your child. 

 

-Selecting the best class time for your busy schedule and being on time each week is important to your child. Physically class is designed from the first minute of warm up, then as we progress, to cool down each muscle group in a correct manner. This promotes a strong body and lessens the chance of an injury. Psychologically, arriving late distracts the mind to the discipline of the work. Most young children do not like to be singled out and are embarrassed when late. Many hesitate to participate and may eventually refuse to continue the class. 


​-It's best for your child to have the security of coming to class knowing what is expected, to fit in comfortably, and to recognize the other students. If for some reason you cannot attend class at the scheduled time, please call to let us know. It's also helpful for us to know if you have decided to cancel your place in class. 


 -It is important to come to class in proper dance attire. You can find what your child is required to wear to class each week under the "Classes & Schedule" tab at the top of the page. All dancers should come with their hair pulled back in a ponytail, bun, or braid so that hair is not a distraction while dancing. 


-Please remove all jewelry from your dancer before attending class. The less adorned your child is the safer they will be in a class situation.