Frequently Asked Questions
Where is the studio located?
Windsor Dance Academy is located at 5455 Old Redwood Hwy, Santa Rosa CA 95403 between Fulton Road and Airport Boulevard.
When is the studio open?
Class times vary during the week. You may drop by the studio between classes.
Contact Ms. Diane by phone at (707) 578-3217 or by filling out the Enrollment Request Form on this website.
How can I register for classes?
Click here to learn how to register
When do classes begin?
Click here for the current class schedule
Fall session begins August 29, 2022 and continues to the June shows. Dates TBA for 2023. Enrollment period ends February 1, 2023. 4 week Summer Session is the end of June to mid-July. Dancers come once per week for their class in either Ballet or Hip Hop/ Jazz. Acrobatics taught at the end of each class. Week-long Summer Dance Camps are held the end of June to mid July. Camps are from 8:30 – 4:30, Mon – Thurs. Minimum Day Friday with the “In Studio” Show for families to watch at 12:30. Campers learn dances in Ballet, Hip Hop, Jazz & Contemporary. They also have a craft each day, play games using dance, watch dance videos and make friends. Call (707) 578-3217 to Enroll.
Tuition and fees?
Read about our tuition and fees here
Windsor Dance Academy offers great opportunities with Maximum Motion Performing Company! Maximum Motion performs at various events and locations throughout Sonoma County. Maximum Motion will be featured in the following Windsor Dance Academy shows: Holiday Wishes in December, My Fair Lady in May (theme changes each year) and the Olympics in June (theme changes each year). Dancers must attend a placement audition to participate in Holiday Wishes. Click here for more information.
Holiday Wishes offers students a chance to perform in this holiday original. Dancers must attend a placement audition. Click here for more information.
Olympics in June is the grand finale to our season. All students at the WDA participate in this show to showcase their dancing ability and what they have been learning in their dance class. All students participate. No audition required. Routines are taught in class beginning in February.
Can I observe class?
Classes can be observed from our viewing windows so you can see your child’s progress. Please limit your observation so that all parents can have a chance to witness their child’s class. All doorways must be kept clear so we can maintain safe exits. If the door is closed between the waiting room and the studio, we ask that you respect the instructors choice to concentrate on teaching and learning during that session.
What Should I Wear?
Jazz & Lyrical: Tights, leotards, close-fitting tops or jazz pants. Dance shorts with tights and close fitting shirts. Knee pads for floor work in upper level classes may be required.
Ballet: Tights and any color leotard so teachers can see proper alignment. Hair should be neat and/or tucked into a bun.
Boys: black ballet slippers, black tights or dance pants and T-shirt.
Hip Hop: No jeans. No large baggy shirts so teachers can see you move. Knee pads might be required.
Intensive Program: see dress code here.
Dance shoes should only be worn in the studios, never outside or on concrete. Help your shoes last, avoid wear and tear and keep studio floors clean.
Jazz: Tan jazz shoes. No jazz sneakers.
Ballet: Pink ballet slippers or black for boys.
Hip Hop: Clean, non-marking, supportive tennis shoes used only for dance class, not everyday shoes.
Dancers should change into proper dance clothes before class and should come to class dressed to dance. Tights, leotards, bike shorts and close-fitting dance clothes are the only appropriate attire so teachers can observe proper body alignment. Hair should be neat and styled to be kept out of the face.
NO GUM, FOOD or DRINKS (except bottled water) IN STUDIOS!