Studio Information

Our 2022-2023 session is here! The current session and all classes run from September 12th through May 20th.
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All dancers attend class independently. Parents drop off and pickup at entrances and are invited to watch during designated parent watch weeks quarterly. Our lobbies are currently closed.

Our Locations

Newberg

311 E 1st St,
Newberg, OR 97132

McMinnville

826 SE 1st St.
McMinnville, OR 97128

West Salem

1363 Edgewater St.
NW Salem,
OR 97304

Tuition Calculator

Hours Per Week

Tuition Costs

$49 on the 1st of each month.
for 9 months

Family Unlimited Packages

(prices are per month)

One Dancer

$350

Two Dancer Family

$400

Three Dancer Family

$450

4+ Dancer Family

Contact our office

Adult / College Student Rates

(prices are per month)

One Class/Week

$35

Two Classes/Week

$50

Three Classes/Week

$75

Unlimited Classes

$90

Class Options

All studios open for in person classes!

Fees

Fall through spring tuition is calculated for the nine month session and divided into 9 equal payments. Payments will be automatically processed on the 1st of each month unless paid prior to the date listed. There is a three day grace period and after that, a $25 late fee will be assessed. Summer tuition is charged in two equal payments at the end of June and the end of July. There is a three day grace period and after that, a $25 late fee will be assessed.

You can withdraw from any rolling session at any time by emailing office@iheartcvda.com, otherwise you will be billed automatically on designated charging dates.

Missed Classes
Dancers who miss any of their regularly scheduled classes can take a make-up class in the same style of dance, in any level at or below their placement; with instructor permission they may take a level above within 30 days of the absence.

Adults and Students
Adult and College Students operate on a different tuition scale. Please see ‘additional rates’ for that information. We reserve the right to transition to virtual classes at any time per government regulation or staff availability.

Registration Fees
There is an annual registration fee of $40 for the first student and $15 for additional students with a $70 family cap– this is billed only for our Fall-Spring session; no registration fee will be applied for summer.

All Aerial classes have a one time cleaning fee of $25 assessed at registration.

Other Rates

One discount per student (for example, the college discount and family rate do not both apply).

Adult/College Student rates :
(Must be currently enrolled and have ID)
1 class per week $35/month
2 classes per week $50/month
3 classes per week $75/month
Unlimited $90/month

Please specify when enrolling that you are a college student.

Sibling discount :
Get a 10% discount  for siblings when total hours taken weekly are under the unlimited amount (calculated by office staff).

Our Policies

Tuition Policies: Summer Session

  • Tuition is calculated based on the dancer’s total hours per week and paid in  2 equal payments which will be auto ran on the 20th of June and the 25th of July unless paid prior to the date listed.
  • There is a 3 day grace period and then a $25 late fee will be assessed.  
  • You can withdraw from our rolling 8 week session at any time by emailing office@iheartcvda.com, otherwise you will be billed on the 2 designated charging dates for our summer session
  • Siblings receive a 10% discount when total hours taken weekly are under the unlimited amount. This discount is calculated by the office staff. Sibings are calculated separately, then totaled for the family bill.
  • Note: we do not pro-rate for absences. Dancers can choose to make up their absences in other classes on the weeks that they are present. Dancers who miss any of their regularly scheduled classes can take a make-up class in the same style of dance, in any level at or below their placement; with instructor permission they may take a level above within 30 days of the absence.
  • Classes that do not meet the required minimum enrollment of 5 dancers will be canceled and mostly likely combined with another class.
  • Camps and intensives are not part of monthly tuition discounts.
  • Adult and college students operate on a different tuition scale. Please see the information below the standard tuition calculator.
  • We reserve the right to transition to virtual classes only at any time per government regulation or staff availability
  • There is an annual registration fee of $35 for the first student and $15 for additional students with a $50 family cap– this is billed only for our Fall-Spring session, no registration fee will be applied for summer.
  • All Aerial classes have a one time cleaning fee of $25 assessed at registration
  • Unlimited dancers must have their schedule approved by faculty in order to participate in classes
  • Performing Company dancers must have tuition paid to date in order to participate in required and/or optional competitions.
Tuition Policies: Spring/Fall
  • Tuition is calculated based on the dancer’s total hours per week.
  • Siblings are calculated separately, then totaled for the family bill.
    *Note: we do not pro-rate for absences. Dancers can choose to make up their absences in other classes on the weeks that they are present.
  • Classes that do not meet the required minimum enrollment of 5-6 dancers will be canceled and mostly likely combined with another class.
  • All NSF payments will be charged $35.
  • Camps and intensives are not part of monthly tuition discounts
  • There is a 3 day grace period for tuition, then there is a $15 late fee will be assessed
  • Performing Company dancers must have tuition paid to date in order to participate in required and/or optional competitions.
  • Tuition by definition is for classes offered in-person and/or online in the event that government shutdowns require dance studios to operate virtually or at restricted capacity. Families are required to notify CVDA of any changes to enrollment and will be charged a drop fee if they choose to leave CVDA completely. Drop fees are equivalent to 1 month of the family’s tuition.
General Policies
  • All accounts will be auto-billed if not paid by designated charging dates.
  • Changes to classes must be made via email to office@iheartcvda.com.
  • Any dancer with an account 60 days in arrears will not be allowed to participate in any classes until the back due amount is paid in full. Payment plans can be negotiated.
  • Dancers are enrolled until they are withdrawn by a parent or guardian in writing to office@iheartcvda.com.
  • Dancers who are late to class are encouraged to apologize to the instructor after class.
  • With the exception of Parent Watch Weeks, spectators are not allowed inside the dance space (virtual or in-person). Family and pets inside the dancing area can be a distraction and barrier to safe execution.
  • Dancers wishing to participate in optional events such as master classes and competition must be caught up on tuition before they can enroll in the optional activities. PC dancers have one exception and that will be explained under PC policies.
  • Dancers are considered enrolled in a class and therefore responsible for tuition until written notice is given by the parent within 30 days from the date of the letter detailing the dancer’s change in status, tuition will be recalculated going forward whether it is an adjustment or a drop. This includes adjustments and changes in classes.
  • Private lessons are to be paid to the studio directly at the time of the lesson and are scheduled with individual instructors at a rate of $2/minute for all instructors except guest instructors. Please use the form located in the team app docs for requests.
  • All choreography is property of CVDA. If you would like to perform any of the choreography learned, you must get permission from the instructor and give credit where it is due upon the performance.
  • Please inform the instructor and the office if there are any new medical problems that we should be aware of. Please also call the studio and, if possible, inform the instructor if there are any deaths in the family or other issues that we should be aware of when working with your dancer. Dancers with symptoms of COVID-19 should notify the office immediately and cease training.
  • Age placements will be based on age as of October 31st for fall/spring sessions and July 31st for summer sessions.
  • In the event that class options change due to local, state, or federal restrictions, tuition will be adjusted for the upcoming billing period to reflect the training options available, at which time families can determine to implement a 30 day drop policy. Note: tuition is the same regardless of in-person or virtual training.

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What Our Clients Say:

This place is amazing! Every time I pick my daughter up she always screams "I want to go again, it's so much fun mommy!" Whenever I have a question it gets answered so fast and the info is always so helpful, the instructors are so friendly, and I know my children are safe here! Thank you CVDA!!!

"Dance skills are life skills"! We have been a part of the CVDA dance family for 5 years. We chose this for our daughter over school sports and we have no regrets. The teachers are well trained, attentive, kind, and positive. Our daughter has excelled in many areas in and outside of dance. This is largely a result of the opportunities she has had and the amazing role models (teachers and staff) at CVDA. Dance skills really are life skills.

It's hard to put into words how amazing this dance studio is. They don't only teach dance at CVDA, Kristen and her team teach their students life skills like respect, confidence and how to give back to the community. We started our daughter in ballet when she was 5. It was amazing to watch our very timid shy daughter go into her beginners ballet class and come out with her head held high and a smile from ear to ear!

CVDA may be a dance studio, but what it excels at most of all is being an example of what it means for a business to exhibit virtue. That's not to say they don't have excellent training, they do - the instructors are talented, patient, and dedicated, and they have the trophies to prove it. Yet when you sign up for classes at CVDA, Kristen (owner) doesn't promise awards and scholarships, she promises your child will learn the skills necessary to be a positive, productive human being. Or as she puts it, "dance skills are life skills". As one example, they model positive contribution by actively serving and fundraising for the community every year.

It has been such a positive outlet for my kiddos, and gave them something to look forward to every week, even during the shutdown. I have been so impressed with the passion all the instructors pour into each and every class.

We found our home and second family. Each girl is ushered in and apart of a community that becomes family. The skills learned are way more than just dance related.

This place is amazing! Every time I pick my daughter up she always screams "I want to go again, it's so much fun mommy!" Whenever I have a question it gets answered so fast and the info is always so helpful, the instructors are so friendly, and I know my children are safe here! Thank you CVDA!!!

"Dance skills are life skills"! We have been a part of the CVDA dance family for 5 years. We chose this for our daughter over school sports and we have no regrets. The teachers are well trained, attentive, kind, and positive. Our daughter has excelled in many areas in and outside of dance. This is largely a result of the opportunities she has had and the amazing role models (teachers and staff) at CVDA. Dance skills really are life skills.

It has been such a positive outlet for my kiddos, and gave them something to look forward to every week, even during the shutdown. I have been so impressed with the passion all the instructors pour into each and every class.

It's hard to put into words how amazing this dance studio is. They don't only teach dance at CVDA, Kristen and her team teach their students life skills like respect, confidence and how to give back to the community. We started our daughter in ballet when she was 5. It was amazing to watch our very timid shy daughter go into her beginners ballet class and come out with her head held high and a smile from ear to ear!

We found our home and second family. Each girl is ushered in and apart of a community that becomes family. The skills learned are way more than just dance related.

CVDA may be a dance studio, but what it excels at most of all is being an example of what it means for a business to exhibit virtue. That's not to say they don't have excellent training, they do - the instructors are talented, patient, and dedicated, and they have the trophies to prove it. Yet when you sign up for classes at CVDA, Kristen (owner) doesn't promise awards and scholarships, she promises your child will learn the skills necessary to be a positive, productive human being. Or as she puts it, "dance skills are life skills". As one example, they model positive contribution by actively serving and fundraising for the community every year.