City Dance Arts - Online Registration Information Page. (2023)

Spring Semester Online Registration Information

PDF Listing of all Spring class and costume codes here.

All Civic Dance Arts' Spring classes will be in-person.

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Civic Dance Arts' registration is online. You will need to have an SDRecConnect account in order to register your children or yourself for classes. See item # 1 below on how to create an account. Spring classes are visible online on November 18, with registration beginning December 10 @ 10am.

Log onto the SDRecConnect registration website here

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What you should do now:
1. Create your online account. Click here for information on how to set up your account. If you have already created an account for any City of San Diego Park and Recreation activity, such as Cooking classes, swim lessons, etc. you DO NOT need to create a new account for dance classes.
2. Read all information on this page so you are prepared.
3. Contact us if you have any questions at 619-235-5255.

Spring Semester
Registration will open on Saturday, December 10 at 10am.


Due to staffing shortages at the Recreation sites, it is highly recommended that you register online for classes. If you need help enrolling, and/or are applying for the City's low-income fee waiver program, Civic Dance Arts staff will be processing fee waivers and registering students at the War Memorial Building, 3325 Zoo Drive (Balboa Park) from 10am-2pm on Saturday, December 10 only. Your other option is to contact your local Recreation Center in advance to schedule an appointment for low-income fee waiver verification, and/or to confirm their registration hours. Please contact the Dance Office at 619-235-5255 if you have any questions.

Some information about Spring Registration:

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PDF Listing of all Spring class and costume codes here.

All Civic Dance Arts Spring classes will be in-person.

New students, please contact the Dance Office at 619-235-5255 for information on how to register for Spring classes and costumes. It is recommended to contact us prior to December 10th so that we can get you into a class before it fills up.

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  • November 18, 2022 - Spring classes will be visible online.
  • December 10, 2022 at 10:00am - Registration begins for all Civic Dance Arts Spring classes and costumes.
  • Priority is given to continuing students from the Fall 2022 semester.
  • Spring classes emphasize choreography for recitals.
  • Each class has a unique costume associated with it. Please register for both the class and the costume (in the class description online, it will link you from the class to the correct class costume to order).
  • Class costumes are mandatory to participate in our June recitals. Please note: Purchasing a costume does not guarantee a dancer will perform in recitals: Regular class attendance throughout the Spring Semester is necessary in order for the student(s) to be prepared for June performances.
  • New students will need to contact the dance office at 619-235-5255 for assistance with enrollment as teacher approval will be required to join the Spring session classes that have fall prerequisites on them or are more advanced level (Beg 1B- Pre-professional 6A). It is advisable to contact the dance office prior to registration on December 10 so that we can help get you into a class before it fills up.
  • These classes culminate in dance recitals at the Casa del Prado Theater stage (Balboa Park) June 3rd-18th (performances are Fridays to Sundays with dress rehearsals scheduled mid-week, late afternoon to eve, beginning May 31st). While participation in recitals is optional, please note that the entire semester is geared toward preparing and rehearsing a dance for the June recitals.
  • Read more about Recitals and Costume ordering here.
  • For the safety of the dancers and staff, Civic Dance Arts observes the current mask policy of the City of San Diego. You can find the current policy here. (Please note this link will update as policy changes).

  • Dress Code:
  • Leotard and tights or dance pants/shorts. No jeans allowed at any time. Hair tied back and out of the eyes. Appropriate shoes required. See instructor for more detailed information.
  • Cost and Class information:

  • All Spring classes will be held in-person.
  • Class fees are $42.46 per semester (unless indicated otherwise).
  • Costume fees vary by class and average $50.00 - $80.00.
  • All registration fees include a non-refundable 3% processing fee.
  • Low income Fee Waivers are available for those who qualify. More information here. Fee Waiver students must pay for their recital costumes.
  • Classes: January 9 - May 21, 2023 (10+ classes).
  • Each class meets once a week for 45 minutes (unless indicated otherwise).
  • The classes listed are subject to cancellation when enrollment minimums are not met and based on budgetary constraints.
  • Dance instructors have final determination if their class levels are appropriate for the skills of the dancer enrolled. If the class is determined to not be a good fit, the student will be offered a transfer to another class.
  • All participants must meet age requirements.
  • Please be advised that parents will not be allowed in the dance room to watch classes as it is disruptive to the students dancing. If COVID restrictions ease and space permits, parents may be allowed in to watch the last 5 minutes of class only.
  • More complete information about our events and classes can be found on this website.
  • Dance office: 619-235-5255 (Monday-Friday 9:00am-4:00pm).

  • Payment Policy

  • Only a parent or legal guardian can register participants under the age of 18 years.
  • Acceptable payment methods include:
  • Electronic check - proper ID with proof of checking account (blank or voided check) required.
  • Credit, debit, or gift cards issued by qualified card service merchants (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover only).
  • PLEASE NOTE - Cash or paper check is not accepted for registration.
  • A $25 fee will be charged for all declined electronic checks. All customers must verify that bank routing and account numbers are entered correctly.
  • All fees must be paid in full prior to attending first class.
  • All registration fees include a non-refundable 3% processing fee.
  • Registration conducted on a first come, first served basis.
  • Class fees are not prorated/discounted after the beginning of the scheduled session.
  • Refund Policy
    Click HERE for Refund Policy

    Inclusion Support Services
    The City of San Diego Therapeutic Recreation Services may provide inclusion aides for individuals with disabilities who wish to participate in Civic Dance Arts classes. Requests for this service must be made at least three weeks prior to the first day of class. For more information on Inclusion Support Services, contact Julie Gregg, CTRS, Inclusion Coordinator at 619-525-8247 or send an email.

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    The City of San Diego is committed to providing an equitable and inclusive environment for all individuals. Consistent with these principles and applicable laws, it is the City’s policy not to discriminate on the basis of any protected classification, including age, ancestry, color, creed, physical or mental disability, gender, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, veteran or military status, national origin, pregnancy (including childbirth, breastfeeding, or related medical conditions), race, traits historically associated with race (including hair texture and protective hairstyles such as braids, locks, and twists), religion, religious belief or observance, religious creed, sex, sex stereotype, sexual orientation, transgender status or transitioning, or any other classification protected by federal, state, or local law (including being perceived or regarded as or associated with any protected classification). If anyone believes they have been discriminated against, they may file a complaint alleging the discrimination with either the City of San Diego, Parks and Recreation Department District Manager at 619-235-1106, or the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing (DFEH) at (800) 884-1684. This information is available in alternative formats upon request.

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