Dance Connection Scottsdale offers amazing dance classes for all dancers, young and older.  Dance Connection offers an array of dances classes for all ages and abilities along with a nationally acclaimed Dance Company.  This, Newly-Updated, seven room studio is professional and great for everyone.  Below is some information that will help you understand Tuition and Registration.

Tuition Rates

Regular Class Rates-

1 Class per week     $65 (per month)

2 Classes per week     $115 (per month)

3 Classes per week     $150 (per month)

4 Classes per week     $180 (per month)

5 Classes per week     $210 (per month)

Unlimited (6 or more classes)    $235 (per month)

Other Fees

Recital Fee     $50 per dancer

Recital Costume     $80 per costume

Annual Registration Fee     $25 per child/dancer

Company Rates

Senior Company   $425 (per month)

Teen Company     $425 (per month)

TN2   $300 (per month)

Junior Company    $400 (per month)

JR2 Company   $300 (per month)

Mini Company    $375 (per month)

Petites    $375 (per month)

Hot Shots   $325 (per month)

Sugar Babes     $300 (per month)

Beanie Babes     $225 (per month)

Bitty Babes   $200 (per month)

DC Dollz   $175 (per month)

Pre-Company    $275 (per month)



Tuition is primarily from August thru June.   We do not pro rate monthly tuition for missed classes or studio holiday closures.  Dancers are allowed and encouraged to take make up classes for any classes missed for any reason in the appropriate age group.  Tuition is charged on the first of every month, preferably by auto pay.


*If your dancer participates in the recital, full June tuition is due.  Again, you can make up and get some extra practice time in for classes not received.


*NO refunds.  If your dancer sustains an injury and is unable to dance, we will issue a credit to your account and “hold” all on going tuition  charges until their return.


*Withdrawing from a class:  You must email or stop by the front desk to let us know before the first of the month so you will not be charged.  Having your child tell the teacher is not adequate.