Intro to Dance | Ballet | Pointe 

Jazz | Competition | Tap

 Modern | Hip Hop | Acro



ESTABLISHED 1960



Marjorie Jones School of Dance
1679 West Lane Avenue
Upper Arlington, Ohio 43221
(at The Shoppes On Lane Avenue)
(614) 488-4894

Northwest School of Dance
4726 Cemetery Road
Hilliard, Ohio 43026
(Hilliard Square Mall; corner of Leap & Cemetery)
(614) 529-9600


Celebrating Over 55 years of Dancing Excellence and Family Tradition!

Everyone is born with an innate need to move expressively.  At our schools we help our students gain a greater sense of self-awareness, self-discipline and self-esteem.  We invite you to join in the fun with Columbus’ finest teachers at the Marjorie Jones Schools, Inc. We are looking forward to another rewarding season that we hope will include you!

We are proud to celebrate almost 6 decades of tradition and teaching excellence at the Marjorie Jones Schools, Inc.  Our students are trained in dance technique, as well as given the opportunity to shine on stage.  Dozens of graduates of the Marjorie Jones Schools have attended university and college dance major/minor programs.  Our former students have founded Modern Dance Companies; choreographed for & performed with major companies across the United States and Europe, performed in Broadway productions, including the Rockettes at Radio City Music Hall, and performed for Disney and Carnival Cruise Lines.






Mission: Our Objectives & Goals

Founded in 1960- Dancing with the Marjorie Jones Schools is an exciting, learning experience for the Pre-Schooler to the Pre-Professional.  Our dance program is a training regimen for the student who wishes to pursue a career in dance, as well as for one who desires simply to develop a love and appreciation of the arts.  The best of Broadway, the elegance of the Classics, and the impact of Modern; whatever style it takes we cover the world of dance.

Our goal at Marjorie Jones is to teach, motivate, and inspire our students in an esteem-building atmosphere.  We have an “open door policy,” and encourage you to speak with your child’s instructor regarding questions or concerns you might have.  We pride ourselves on our ability to keep the lines of communication open between Instructors and Parents.

Our instructors appreciate the time and energy both our students and their families put into their training.  Therefore, we schedule our performances and dance school calendar with our students and their families in mind.

Class Placement and Scheduling:

            Students are placed in class levels based on their skill level, along with their age.  Class level for an individual student will be determined by the instructor.  Class registration will be held in August for the upcoming school year.  We will continue to accept new students through the month of January.  Because class placement is vital to our dancers’ success, students with experience must be placed by our staff.  For correct placement of a student, it is important to attend Fall Class Registration in person (students accompanied by a Parent).

 

Stephanie Pritchard
Member of
Dance Masters of America

Dara Berman-Cheung
Member of
Dance Masters of America

Elissa Snouffer
Member of
Dance Masters of America

Katie Ford
Member of
Dance Masters of America

Scott Brown-Heimlich
Member of
Dance Masters of America

Annette Jones
Life Member of
Dance Masters of America

Marjorie Jones
Member and Former Ohio Director
Past National President and Ohio Director

Professional Dance Teachers Association

Studio Policies:
Class Attendance Policy:
In order to take full advantage of the instruction offered, regular class attendance is essential. Students are expected to attend class promptly and regularly. Please call in advance to report an absence or inquire about make-up lessons. There are no refunds for missed lessons. Make-up classes are subject to availability and are scheduled at the Instructors discretion for illness and family emergencies.

1. Be on time for class. No student will be admitted to class more than five minutes late, without the teacher’s permission. Most students find it beneficial to arrive a few minutes early to prepare.

2.  Proper Attire:
Dancers will be required to sit and observe class if they are not in appropriate dance apparel.
-CLASS LEOTARD: Proper color and style. (Listed on website)

-PROPER DANCE SHOES
-SECURE HAIR PROPERLY: Hair must be secured off neck, out of face. Accelerated ballet students must have hair in a bun. All other students must have hair up; braid, ponytail, or other style that will not interfere with turns or head movements.
-NO JEWELRY: Never wear jewelry of any kind during class, it can be distracting and dangerous.


3.  Children under the age of 12 may not be left unattended at the studio.  All students, siblings and visitors under the age of 12 must have adult supervision at all times. Children under the age of 6 MUST be accompanied by an adult in the restrooms. The Marjorie Jones Schools are not, and will not be held liable, responsible, or in any way accountable for unaccompanied children or their actions.

4.  No Street Shoes.  No street shoes are allowed on the  dance floor (likewise DO NOT wear dance shoes outdoors).

5. No Food or Drink. No food or drink is permitted in the studio.

6.  We are not responsible for lost or stolen items.

 

 

Marjorie Jones Schools of Dance
Marjorie Jones School of Dance (Upper Arlington, OH)      Northwest School of Dance (Hilliard, OH)
1679 W Lane Ave (614) 488-4894      4726 Cemetery Road (614) 529-9600

 
 
 
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