SDCYB utilizes an online, digital contact system which tracks all of our students and families. Students and families must be registered in our system before taking a trial class or enrolling in a class.

SEE BELOW for detailed instructions about the enrollment process, depending on the student's age.

Note: Completing and submitting an online registration form and signing the digital handbook does NOT enroll your student in any classes. Families MUST CALL OR VISIT OUR OFFICE to enroll in classes and pay tuition.

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Registration, Placement, and Enrollment Process: 

Ages 4-6: Students ages 4-6 will be placed in a class according to age, regardless of prior ballet or dance experience.

  1. Fill out online registration form. 
  2. Read, understand, and digitally sign the updated SDCYB Parent & Student Handbook.
  3. Call or visit the SDCYB office to schedule a free trial class or enroll in a class.

Beginners (Ages 7 & Up): New students with little to no previous ballet training will be placed in a beginning class according to age. We offer beginning ballet classes for ages 7 through adult.

  1. Fill out online registration form.
  2. Read, understand, and digitally sign the updated SDCYB Parent & Student Handbook.
  3. Call the SDCYB office to schedule a free trial class or enroll in a class.

Ages 7 & Up (With Prior Ballet Training): New students ages 7 and up with previous, recent ballet training will be placed in a level according to experience and abilities.

  1. Fill out online registration form.
  2. Read, understand, and digitally sign the updated SDCYB Parent & Student Handbook.
  3. Call the SDCYB office to schedule a free level placement class.
  4. Attend placement class where an SDCYB faculty member will observe you and provide a level placement recommendation for our program.
  5. Call or visit the SDCYB office to enroll in the faculty recommended level.

* San Diego Civic Youth Ballet offers need-based scholarships to students and families experiencing financial hardship. To apply for financial aid, please stop by our office to pick-up an application and speak with a staff member about the application process and requirements.