YMCA Children's Program
Welcome to the YMCA of Greenville Dance program! We are thrilled to be partnering with the Y! Dance classes are offered at the Caine Halter Family Y, Eastside Family Y, George I. Theisen Family Y, and Verdae Y
as an After School Enrichment option.
Scroll to the very bottom to see the class times at each location.
Email us about questions at CDC.email@example.com, or call us at
(864) 315-3732 ext.3
Branch Classes and Times
11:15A-12:00P Little Learners 1
3:30-4:15P Little Learners 2
Tuition (per Quarter)
45-Minute Classes - $100/8 week Quarter
60-Minue Classes - $120/8 week Quarter
Other Class Fees:
Registration Fee: $15
Any student with an outstanding balance from previous quarters will not be allowed to participate in the Spring Performance.
As part of Carolina Dance Collaborative's mission to offer dance to anyone regardless of ability to pay, we offer Scholarships for those dancers in need. This year's scholarships have been made possible by those who donated and purchased items at our 2017 Spring Performance Silent Auction. We would like to thank you for participation to make these scholarships possible!
This year, Carolina Dance Collaborative will be accepting applications throughout the year. If you plan dance in all four quarters, you will only need to apply once. Below are the dates in which the application will be open for each quarter.
2017-2018 Scholarship Application Dates:
Quarter 1: June 26th - August 18th
Quarter 2: September 4th-October 20th
Quarter 3: November 27th - January 5th
Quarter 4: January 22nd - March 2nd
Click here to apply for a Carolina Dance Collaborative YMCA Scholarship.
Class assessment and size
During the first two weeks of the quarter, each child will be assessed to make sure they are within an age and level appropriate class. On occasion, a class change may be appropriate to accommodate the needs of the student. Each class must have at least 4 students enrolled in order to stay on the schedule, we are sorry for inconvenience this may cause in the future. For the benefit of the students, class sizes are limited. If space is available., enrollment will remain open up to 2 weeks after quarterly registration (full tuition and registration fees are still required though).
We encourage students to make-up their class at another YMCA location if classes are missed due to a holiday, sickness, etc.. To schedule your make-up class please email CDC.firstname.lastname@example.org or call (864) 315-3732 ext.3
All students are required to wear appropriate dance attire. For the health and safety of the your child we require that they wear cover ups and street shoes to and from dance classes.
For your convenience, we are working with The Sock Basket, a dance attire store located on the corner of Laurens Road and Woodruff Road (2433 Laurens Road om Greenville. We have picked out all the necessary attire that your child needs so that buying dance attire is simple and easy. Go into The Sock Basket and tell them that you are with the YMCA program and would like to purchase your required attire.. Please bring the following voucher with you when you pick up your items (if you forget it than the staff at the Sock Basket should have extras). They will give you the options we have chosen and help you with shoe fittings.
Must be secured off the neck and away from the face. Students in ballet class are asked to have hair pinned up in a bun or as secure as possible.
Little Learners I and II: Girls must wear solid pink or purple leotards with pink tights. Individual tutu or skirts may be worn but are not a requirement. Boys should wear a white top with black dance pants.
Ballet Levels I and II: Girls must wear solid blue or black leotards with pink tights. Skirts may be worn but are not a requirement. Boys should wear a white top with black dance pants.
Jazz/Hip-Hop Levels I and II: Girls must wear solid blue or black leotards with black tights, dance pants/leggings, or shorts. Boys should wear a black top with black dance pants or shorts.
Little Learners: Girls should wear pink split sole ballet slippers. Boys should wear white or black split sole ballet slippers.
Ballet: Girls should wear pink split sole ballet slippers. Boys should wear white or black split sole ballet slippers.
Jazz/Hip-Hop: Girls and Boys should wear black split sole jazz shoes and tennis shoes for hip-hop focused weeks.
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