Frozen  7/11-14

$250, Ages 4-6 years old

Join us for a Frozen adventure with Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven, Kristoff and all your Frozen friends. It will be a spectacular week , dancing to your favorite Frozen music. Children will learn dance styles in Ballet ,Jazz and tap while having a “chilling” blast of a time. Dancers will “Let it Go” in a mini performance at the end of the week.

 July 11-14th, 9:30 am - 12:30 pm, Miss Brea

*please bring lunch for your dancer  NO REFUND AFTER 6/15

  Popstars.   7/11-14

$250, Ages 6-10 years old

Who is your favorite Pop/Rock Star?  Join us as we learn dances to your favorite pop stars’ greatest hits. We will cover jazz and hip hop technique. Develop your skills in a fun, noncompetitive environment where you and your friends become the STARs! 

July11-14, 12:30 pm - 3:30 pm,

Miss Kiana & Miss Kate




Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements. Lyrical dance is a dance style that blends elements of ballet and jazz dance. Miss Kiana




Ballet is known to be the foundation of all dance forms. Having a strong base in ballet will help with other styles, especially in jazz, lyrical, and contemporary. The ballet intensive is the perfect time for dancers to reinforce and strengthen their technique. They will start with a Pilates/Dance Conditioning warm up followed by a full ballet technique class working on alignment, flexibility, articulation of the feet, strength, and poise.



This bootcamp-style intensive is perfect for dancers looking to join a competitive collegiate dance team, become an NBA, NFL, or NHL cheerleader, or simply try a new style, improve stamina, and build strong technique. It will focus on stretching and strengthening, across the floor work (featuring kicks, turns, and leaps), center work (featuring  turns and jumps), and fun Pom, Jazz, and Contemporary combinations to energetic, popular music. Dancers will also be given the opportunity to get an inside look at the audition process for both collegiate dance teams and professional sports cheer teams, as well as learn tips and tricks to being "Game Day Ready." 

AUG 26–27TH  5:30 pm, Miss Annika, Miss Maddison,& Miss Brea.   NO REFUND AFTER 6/15




  • In the event you need to change class, please email If there is space available in the desired class, your dancer may start in the new class the following week.

  • Cancellation: TDC reserves the right to cancel any class that does not have four or more dancers enrolled. If an alternate class selection is not available you will receive a full refund. 



  • In order for your child to progress and benefit the most from their training, consistent attendance and participation is required.

  • Dancers should arrive to class in proper dance attire.  Hair must be in a bun for ballet and ponytail for all other classes.  

  • Plan to arrive 10 minutes prior to the start of class. Any dancer arriving more than 15 minutes late for class will have their participation evaluated at the sole discretion of the instructor.

  • No food, drinks or gum are allowed in the dance studios or lobby areas. Water is always allowed.


  • TDC dancers and parents expected to show courtesy and respect to all instructors and other students. TDC dancers are always respectful, supportive, encouraging and are positive in spirit, attitude and behavior.

  •  Dancers are to be respectful of themselves and others in the words and images used. This includes agreeing not to use social media and texting to mock, tease, embarrass, harass, gossip or reveal secrets about a fellow dancer, instructor or any other person. Dancers should not use inappropriate language on social media or post photos that could be embarrassing to themselves, their family or the studio.

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The Dance Company of Los Gatos runs on an 10-month program from September to June. The monthly tuition rates listed, for 2019-2020, reflect the total number of classes attended per week by all members of a single family,  averaged over the ten-month period. Monthly tuition is ALWAYS the same (from September through June) regardless of the number of classes in the month.


Every dance year we have an end of the year recital. All dancers/classes will participate in a recital show and possibly more. Recital is optional; however 99% of our dancers do participate and love this opportunity to perform with their classmates on stage! Costumes are ordered in February and will be delivered to the studio in the spring. All classes are "locked" in February to prepare for recital shows. 

2020 Dance Recital 
Heritage Theater
1 W. Campbell Avenue
Campbell, CA
6/12    Tech rehearsal  Time TBA
6/14    Performance     Time TBA


TDC has a Closed Door Policy at all classes. It is our experience that students are better focused without the distraction of parents, siblings, and friends.

Observers and parents may watch the 1st week of every month through our lobby viewing windows, as long as it does not disrupt the students or the teacher. Only teachers and students are allowed in the studio classroom; no parents or visitors please. 



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Combo/Tiny Tots: Any style or color leotard and skirt. Please make sure skirt is above the knee. Ballet and Tap shoes required.

Ballet Shoes

Tap Shoes

Pre Ballet: No tap shoes needed
Ballet Shoes 


Jazz: Any style leotard or dance attire. No clothing may be worn to obstruct the view of the body (i.e. baggy shirts/ pants). Jazz shoes are required.
Child  Shoes

Adult  Shoes

Lyrical: Any style leotard or dance attire. No clothing may be worn to obstruct the view of the body (i.e. baggy shirts/ pants). Jazz  or lyrical shoes are required.
Child Shoes 

Adult Shoes

Ballet: Black leotard (no skirt), pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair in a bun. NO EXCEPTIONS!

Adult Shoes

Child Shoes

Adult Tights

Child Tights

Tumbling: Any style leotard or dance attire. No clothing may be worn to obstruct the view of the body (i.e. baggy shirts/pants). No Shoes or Full Footed tights 

Hip Hop: Comfortable clothing. No tight jeans, skirts, flip flops, elevated shoes of any sort. Sneakers preferred. 

Tap: Comfortable dance attire. No pants that drag on the floor, feet must be visible. Tap shoes required.
Tap Shoes


Flex/Turns/Jumps: Any style leotard or dance attire. No clothing may be worn to obstruct the view of the body (i.e. baggy shirts/ pants).