Why should I choose CCD?

At CCD, we believe every student deserves the absolute best dance education, regardless of age, ability, aspiration, or socio-economic status.  Our program is designed to give students the highest quality dance education in both classic and contemporary styles in a friendly and warm environment.  Our syllabus is designed to build strength and versatility in every dancer, allowing each dancer to work in the healthiest, most kinesthetically aware way.  At CCD, we truly believe that dance is for everyone and that art can foster community, create positive influence, and inspire the individual, and our faculty, staff, and families reflect every aspect of that belief.

Where are you located?

CCD's studios are located in Broomfield, CO, right off of highway 36.  For complete directions and map, click here.

How do I enroll in a class?

Your first step in enrolling in a class is to fill out our Pre-Registration Form.  In this form, you'll answer questions letting us know how old your student is, what type of dance experience he or she has had (if any), along with any other information you would like us to know.  From there, a CCD staff member will contact you to set up a trial class.  This class is designed to be an opportunity for your student to see if he or she enjoys the class, as well as an opportunity for a CCD director to assess your student to be sure he or she is placed in the correct level (for students over the age of 6).  For students under the age of 6, he or she will be placed in the appropriate level without an assessment.

After receiving your assessment, you can then enroll your student in the appropriate level through the front desk at 303-466-5685 or email at info@ccdance.org.

How will I know what level to enroll in?

After filling out the Pre-Registration Form, interested students over the age of 6 will be asked to come take a trial class in which a CCD director will assess the student.  From there, you will be contacted with your students level placement, along with a list of all of the classes available for that level.  This process is incredibly important in making sure each student is placed in the correct level, keeping students healthy and learning in the best possible environment.  Students under the age of 6 will be placed in the Early Dance program based on their age.

How do I change or drop a class?

If, for some reason, you need to change your students class or drop a class, visit the front desk, call us at 303-466-5685, or email at info@ccdance.org.  In order to avoid being charged for the next month, a class much be changed or drop before the 20th of the month prior.

What are the fees to enroll?

Fees for classes vary based on level and number of hours per week.  For a complete break down of monthly tuition per class, visit out Tuition Tables.  In addition to this monthly payment, each student will be required to pay a registration fee of $35 once per year (our calendar runs August 1 - July 31). Siblings will pay a $10 registration fee per year, per sibling.

For adult students, we offer a punch card system for 5, 10, or 15 classes and expire 6 months after purchase date.  A $35 registration fee is due one time with your annual registration paperwork.  For more information on punch cards, visit out Tuition Tables.

What is your tuition policy?

When paying tuition at CCD for the fall/spring season, you have two options - you are able to pre-pay four months at a time at a 5% discounted rate or you can pay monthly.  If paying monthly, tuition is due on the first of the month.  You will not receive a bill or monthly statement.  Auto-pay is an option which we would be happy to set up for you and would be deducted on the first of every month.  Tuition received after the 5th of the month will result in a $10 late fee.  Postmarks will not be considered in determining the late status of payments.  Tuition can be paid by check or credit card. Checks and credit cards can be Visa or Mastercard and can be used over the phone or by visiting the front desk.  Under no circumstances will CCD refund or credit paid tuition.  For complete breakdown of tuition and policies, visit our Tuition page.

At CCD, we believe that everyone should have access to quality dance education regardless of age, ability, or aspiration.  Our scholarship and tuition assistance programs are designed to ensure no one gets turned away.  For full information on our scholarship and tuition assistance program and to find an application, visit our Scholarships page.

What is your holiday schedule?

CCD maintains a very similar schedule to the school system.  We close for Labor Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, a two week Winter Break, and a week long Spring Break.  During these holidays, we often have Interim classes for our students.  Click here to view a complete calendar.

How will I be informed about closures due to inclement weather?

In the situation of dangerous weather conditions, CCD will cancel classes in order to keep our students and staff safe.  Closures will be posted by 8 am for morning classes and 2 pm for afternoon classes.  All school closures will be posted on the home page of the website.  Students will also be informed via email sent to the email address provided in registration paperwork.  Additionally, a CCD staff member will change the voice message recording to inform families about any closures.

If your class is canceled due to inclement weather, you will always be able to do a make up class within a month of the school closure.  Students can make up in any class of their level or a level below.  We strongly encourage students to make up missed classes.  In order to set up a make up class, complete an Absence & Make Up Form.

Do you offer trial classes?

We would be happy to offer a free trial class prior to enrolling your student in a new class!  In order to schedule your trial class, fill out our Pre-Registration Form.  A CCD staff member will reach out to you within a few days to set up an appropriate trial class and we'll have you dancing here in no time!

Do you offer drop in classes?

Drop in classes are offered for adult classes only.  Adult students are welcome to pay by the class at a rate of $18 per class.  There is no need to call in advance to coming to class.  Prior to your class, stop by the front desk and simply pay the drop in rate by check, cash, or credit card (we'll also need you to complete a waiver form if you have not done so already).  For a complete list and description of adult classes, click here.

We also offer Adult Punch Cards at a discounted rate.  Cards are offered in 5, 10, or 15 class increments.  Punch cards expire 6 months after the purchase date.  Punch cards are non-transferable and a $30 registration fee is required one time per season (fall/spring and summer).

Do you offer birthday parties?

We do offer fun and entertaining birthday parties for dancers of all ages!  Let CCD host your birthday party while you sit back and enjoy the fun, hassle-free.   We offer a wide variety of birthday themes, including: Prince or Princess Party; Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche, Oh My; Alice in Wonderland; The Wizard of Oz; and Calling All Superheroes.  For complete information and pricing, visit our page all about Birthday Parties.

Do you rent your space for programs or performances?

CCD studios are available to rent for rehearsals, classes, and performances!  Studios are generally available Monday through Friday 9 am to 4 pm and all day on Sunday.  Our performance space is available in the evening on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.  For complete pricing and information on rentals, visit our Rentals page.

Do you offer evaluations for students?

We offer biannual evaluations for students in all levels excluding adults.  In these evaluations, student will receive feedback from their teachers, as well as their placement for the upcoming season (fall/spring or summer).  These evaluations give students the opportunity to be proud of their progress throughout the year, give parents an insight into their students' time in class, and opens the door to communication with CCD directors.

Can I learn more about your adult program?

At CCD, we have over 100 adult students and offer adult classes Monday - Saturday.  Classes range from the fundamentals of ballet to the returning professional.  We offer adult classes in ballet, modern, and jazz.  Classes can be paid on a per class basis, punch cards are available, or students can enroll in monthly tuition.  Please visit our class descriptions to learn more about the classes and our schedule to find the right class for you!

CCD also hosts a Professionals Program for local dancers.  These classes are mornings Monday through Friday and are donation based classes designed to keep local professionals in class.

What kinds of performance opportunities will students have?

At CCD, we offer performance opportunities for every student, regardless of age or class level!  Annually, we offer seven performance opportunities, including our annual Nutcracker, our annual Gala performances for every level at CCD, our annual Dance: Found performance, a production designed, choreographed, and performed by adult students, and In The Along, an annual collaborative performance with Lighthouse Writers for our advanced students.

If your student is looking for even more performance opportunities, we offer our Studio Company, a pre-professional company designed for our advanced level students.  Members of Studio Company perform throughout the year at schools, in festivals, and at their own end of the year performance at Pinnacle Charter School Performing Arts Complex.

Do you offer adaptive dance classes?

At CCD, we take pride in our adaptive dance program titled Ballet Expressions.  This inclusive class has a specifically designed adaptive curriculum to provide kids of all abilities a therapeutic dance experience.  Students are able to successfully explore dance in a safe environment.  Classes are taught by Heather Sutton, a registered dance/movement therapist with degrees in Special Physical Education and Motor Development & Somatic Counseling Psychotherapy.  These classes are open to students of all abilities.