FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How long have you been in business?
Thr!ve has been open for 7 years but at it's current location for 2. Owners Yvette Walts and Molly Hall have been teaching together for over 25 years.
How can I pay for Classes?
Monthly tuition is charged to a credit card that we will have on file on the 1st day of each month. This means no more check writing, waiting in line to pay for classes, or forgetting to mail a payment on time. Please refer to the Tuition and Registration Chart for more information.
Do I pay the same amount per month even when there are fewer classes?
Yes. For your convenience, yearly tuition is divided into equal monthly installments. The same tuition is paid monthly no matter the number of classes in a month.
Do I have to sign a contract?
No. Tuition is paid on a month-to-month basis. At the time of registration, we require authorization for automatic monthly payments from your credit card. We do require a written notice for withdrawing from a class by the 15th of the previous month to avoid being charged for the upcoming month’s tuition or other automatic withdrawal (costumes, performance fee).
What about boys?
We encourage and welcome both male and female students. Dance and tumbling classes are also a wonderful supplemental activity to sports. In fact, many professional athletes are required to take dance and tumbling class as a means of increasing flexibility, agility, and prevention of injuries.
Do you offer performance opportunities?
Yes, there is a dance recital for those who are enrolled in a recreational class in May.
What if my child must miss a class, can they make it up?
Yes, make up classes must be scheduled with the front office. There will be designated classes strictly for make-ups. These classes will be announced on our Facebook page.
Can I watch my child in class?
Of course! We love for parents to know what their child is learning in class. Thrive has observation windows to each of the three dance studios and there is a viewing area for each of the tumbling areas. Parents and siblings must remember that students are in class to learn and not be distracted by those standing near the observation areas.