School of Dance - 2019 Summer Class and Camp Registration
This is the online registration form for the Sangre de Cristo School of Dance's 2019 summer semester camps and classes in June and July.

Summer classes and camps run Mondays-Thursdays. Please e-mail us at for a pdf copy of our schedules or view them on our website at or to request more information if you are unsure about what selections to make regarding your student(s). Our office number is (719) 295-7221.

Class fees are due on the first day of class. Camp fees are due on the Monday of the camp. We will combine or cancel classes/camps to meet enrollment needs and contact accounts as camps or classes change.

June notifications will be sent by Friday, June 7th.

July notifications will be sent by Friday, July 5th.

To register multiple students, please fill out a separate form for each student. For every subsequent form after the first submission, please select "I am registering an additional student".

Registration for classes will remain open throughout the summer and adjusted as needed. Confirmations will be sent out as registrations are received. If you do not receive an e-mail confirmation from the School of Dance confirming your registration, please check your spam folder or e-mail the school.

Name of Parent/Guardian (First/Last) *
Your answer
E-mail Address (for registration confirmations, schedule changes, and other School of Dance information) *
Your answer
Primary Phone Number (including area code) *
Your answer
Name of Student (First/Last) *
Your answer
Payment for classes/camps is due on the first day of the class/camp. *
Regarding Registration for Multiple Students
Please fill out a new registration form for each student. After submitting the first student's information, on a new form select that you are registering an additional student.
Have you registered with the School of Dance in the 2018-2019 school year? *
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