NCB Dress Code
It’s important for students abide by a dress code policy for the following reasons:
- A neat and tidy appearance sets an attitude of attentiveness and respect for students, teacher, and the art of dance.
- Teachers must be able to see the dancer’s body outline clearly in order to make proper corrections on posture, alignment, etc.
- Hair must be properly secured in a bun or tied up off of the face and neck for all styles of dance.
- Jewelry must not be loose or dangling. ie. Ear rings, necklaces, bracelets
- Gum chewing is not allowed due to danger of choking and appearance.
- No loose fitting pants, blue jeans or t-shirts (they are not dance attire).
- No costumes are allowed in class unless a dress up day is announced by the individual teacher.
|Girls:||Black leotard and pink tights, pink leather ballet shoes, dance skirts are allowed.|
|Boys:||Any solid color T-shirt and black dance pants or sweatpants, black leather ballet shoes.|
|Girls 5-12:||Black leotard, pink tights, and pink leather ballet slippers. Short dance skirts are permitted. Hair in a bun.|
|Girls Teen/Adults:||Black leotard, pink tights and pink leather ballet slippers. Short dance skirts are permitted. Hair in a bun.|
|Men/Boys:||Black tights or dance pants, black or white solid color T-shirt, and black leather ballet slippers.|
|Girls:||Any color leotard or tight fitting top, tights or jazz pants, bare feet.|
|Girls Teen/Adults:||Any color leotard or tight fitting top, tights or jazz pants, bare feet.|
|Men/Boys:||Any solid color T-shirt and black dance pants or sweatpants, bare feet.|
NO BARE LEGS and LONG HAIR MUST BE SECURED IN A BUN – Ponytails are not allowed.
Jazz Sneakers are not allowed for the recital. No Bare Midriff