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Q&A School of Dance 2024-2025

Registrations is open

Registrations and payments can also be made in person at the CCFM reception desk at 340 Boulevard Provencher.

Registration closes on September 7, 2024.

The cost of a class varies according to the length of the course. If you register your child for more than one class, you will receive a 10% discount on the total.

  • 45-minute class: $350*
  • 60-minute class: $420*
  • 75-minute and 90-minute classes: $475*

*(online fee not included)

For adult jig and folk dance classes, there is a drop-in option.

Here are the options :

Full year: $420
10 classes: $150
5 classes: $75


If you register your child for more than one class, you will receive a 10% discount on the second class. To receive a 10% discount on this second class, please contact Pierre Meckrabech (pmekrabech@ccfm.mb.ca.)

It is possible to pay for the year in 2 instalments. In early September and in early January.

Class schedules may change depending on the number of students enrolled at the beginning of the year. Classes may also be cancelled if there are not enough students enrolled.

If changes are made to the schedule, parents of students already enrolled will be notified.

We follow the school timetable. The season starts from September 9th, 2024 and ends on April 27, 2025. Here are the vacation dates:

  • Day of Truth and Reconciliation: September 30, 2024
  • Thanksgiving: October 14, 2024
  • Remembrance Day: November 11, 2024
  • Christmas Break: December 21, 2024 to January 3, 2025
  • Louis Riel Day: February 17, 2024
  • Spring Break: March 29 to April, 2025

*Subject to change

At the CCFM, 340 Provencher blvd, Winnipeg.

To get to the Studio (2nd floor): when you enter through the main entrance, take the stairs on your left and go straight.

To get to Room 142 (1st floor): from the main entrance, go straight past the CCFM Art Gallery, then turn right.

The end-of-year show took place on Sunday April 27, 2025 at the CCFM in the Salle Pauline-Boutal. Further details will be provided over the course of March 2025.

It is preferable that the child begin at the recommended age to ensure that he/she can keep up with the class at the same speed as the other students. For ballet, jig and jazz beginner classes, it is sometimes possible to enroll a child younger than the recommended age, but this is at the discretion of the teacher. For the petit pas ballet class the minimum age requirement is 4 years old. If you are unsure, please contact us and we will point you in the right direction.

If your child has taken classes with the dance school in 2023-2024, your child will enrol in the next level (for example, those who have taken gigue 1 will enrol in gigue 2). The teachers will contact the parents of former students to confirm which class level the child should be enrolled in for 2024-2025. If you are still unsure, please contact us and we will point you in the right direction.

Yes, the adult jigging class is for all learning levels. Depending on the experience and knowledge of the students enrolled, the course can be divided into beginners and advanced.

We ask parents to remain outside the classroom during classes so that the children can concentrate on the lesson and the teacher. We have an open week before the Christmas holidays, when pupils’ families are welcome to attend and observe the class.

We recommend arriving 10 minutes before class starts to ensure that the child is ready to dance when class begins.

Yes, it is important to inform the teacher if the child will not be attending the class. This allows them to adjust the class if necessary and to cancel and reschedule the class if the majority of students are not available. Teachers will share their contact information with parents at the beginning of the season.

It is important that students change before class to ensure that they are comfortable during class and that their clothing does not impede movement (such as jeans). Here is the type of clothing suggested for students depending on the course:

 

Jig :

Foot: Tap shoes

Clothing: Exercise clothing (loose or flexible) so as not to impede movement

Hair : Hair tied back

 

Ballet:

Foot: Ballet shoes

Clothing: Ballet tights, ballet shoes and dance shirt (black dance shirt for levels 1 to 7)

Hair: Hair tied in a bun.

 

Hip-hop:

Foot: sneakers/sneakers

Clothing: Exercise clothing (loose or flexible) so as not to impede movement

Hairstyle: Hair tied back

 

Lyrical jazz:

Foot: jazz shoes (jazz oxford)

Clothing : Black tights or leggings with black dance shirt or tank top

Hairstyle: Hair tied in a bun or ponytail

 

Modern:

Foot: None

Clothing: Tights and dancewear (leggings allowed)

Hairstyle: Hair tied in a bun

 

We suggest Harlequin or Mallabar Apparels as stores. Many second-hand shops specialising in children’s clothing also sell dancewear and accessories.

Students may need to purchase a costume for the end of year show, but this depends on the class. That said, teachers make sure to keep the price reasonable and discuss with parents before proceeding with the costume purchase.