2020-2021 Dress Code

ImagiMotion/ Creative Movement

Girls: Leotard (Any Color), Skirt (Optional), Tights,  Pink Ballet shoes

Boys: Gym Shorts (Any Color), Plain colored t-shirt, Black Ballet or Jazz shoes



Girls: Leotard (Any Color), Ballet skirt (Optional), Pink Tights, Pink ballet shoes

Boys: BlackGym Shorts , White  t-shirt, Black Ballet Shoes

Level 1-5  Classes: Hair must be in a slicked back ballet bun or updo


Hip- Hop:

Pants or gym shorts, Tank or T-shirt

Sneakers (No bare feet)


Leotard or Tank, Dance Shorts, leggings, or tights, Suntan Jazz Shoes

Level 1-4  Classes: Hair must be in a slicked back  bun or Ponytail



Leotard or Tank, Dance shorts, leggings or tights

Bare foot or tan jazz shoes 

Level 1-4 Classes: Hair must be in a slicked back bun or Ponytail



Leotard or Tank, Dance Shorts, leggings, or tights 

Black Tap Shoes 

Level 1-4 Tap Classes: Hair must be in a slicked back bun or Ponytail


Leotard, Shorts, Barefoot

Level 1-4 Acro Classes: Hair must be in a slicked back  bun or Ponytail

Studio Etiquette:

Reasonable classroom rules and standards are expected from students enrolled in dance classes at the PRJDC.

1.  Students should arrive with sufficient time to change into dance shoes to begin class on time.

2. If students need to leave before the end of the class, they should notify the teacher before class begins.

3. Students may not leave the classroom without first receiving permission from the teacher.

4. Pay Attention to your teacher – Don’t talk during class! 

5. Because of COVID-19 Restrictions, please remain 6 ft. Apart in class and in the lobbies.

6. Parents and friends are not allowed to congregate in the lobby

7. No food allowed. 

8. Come prepared to dance – attire, grooming, attitude, ambition, energy!


As employees of the PRJDC, teachers have the responsibility to see that their class is under control and they have the authority to dismiss students who are a disruption to the rest of the class. 


We want all of our students to have an enjoyable and educational dance experience. We will treat parents and dancers with courtesy and respect and we request the same in return. We expect our students to respect and support each other.  Parents or students that do not contribute to the overall positive environment of the PRJ FAMILY will be asked to leave.