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  • I have paid for the month, if there is another lockdown, will the remaining class fees be refunded?"
    There are no refunds after purchase. We will honour your fee and keep it in credit. If another lockdown happens your monthly balance will be added up to what you have used up and the remianing will be held in credit for future Academy classes.
  • What's the difference between technique and competitive/performance team?
    Technique classes are focused on basic training for our December and June recital shows. What you learn each term will be showcased and performed. Usually you attend only 1 day a week and its for fun! Competitive/Performance team classes are focused on an elite level of training for our competitions and events that are held many times throughout the year. We perform in the December and June recitals as well as 2-4 competitions, local events and possibly travel to circus festivals to represent The Academy with our performances. Training happens 2-4 days a week. To be considered for these teams you must go through an audition process.
  • How do I become part of the competitive team?
    To become a part of the competitive team you will need to have a discussion with your coach and Miss Meaghan to voice your opinion. We will set you up with a class assessment and discuss your commitment, goals and availability.
  • Is there make up classes available if I miss a class?
    If the student misses a class you may send a request to make up with another class happening in the week. If The Academy cancels a class you will be notified what day and time the class will be made up.
  • What are your dress codes for classes?
    For safety reasons we require all students to be in a bodysuit and leggings to protect their skin from aerial apparatus. All performance and competitive team members must have our Academy branded uniform to represent the company. Uniforms are encouraged for all technique students also and are available at the front office. Hair must be neatly tied back in a bun, 2 braids or braids into a bun. If you have longer hair with long braids it is encouraged to be in a bun. We don't want it to get caught on an apparatus. No fake long nails allowed, your safety on the apparatus will be affected and we are not guaranteed to control what will happen with fake nails and your training. It is safer to have them removed.


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