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Upcoming Performance: The Sleeping Beauty Oct 17 / Oct 19 877-828-9200 ext.1

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Summer Intensive Cost & Housing

June 23-July 26
5 Week Tuition: $1,950
5 Week Housing: $2,250
June 23-July 12
3 Week Tuition: $1,400
3 Week Housing: $1,595
  • There is an additional $125 charge for both housing options for staffing.
  • Activities are an additional fee to be paid on arrival ($100 to $150).
  • A non-refundable $250 deposit is due with registration to hold spot for all attendees.

There are ABSOLUTELY NO REFUNDS for this program. Travel Insurance is highly recommended.

 

Housing

The residential program provides room and board on the campus of Texas Christian University in Clark Hall which is conveniently located next door to the Dance Building, Erma Lowe Hall. TCU is a 271 acre campus 5 miles from the heart of downtown Fort Worth. Recently renovated facilities offer many luxuries and comforts. Each dorm room comes with a microwave and micro fridge at no extra cost. Experienced chaperones will be staying in the dorms. Please visit Clark Hall for more information. Housing cost includes dorm room and all meals.

Meal Plan:

Students will have 3 meals a day Monday through Saturday provided by TCU's on-campus food service and area restaurants and 2 meals on Sundays and July 4th.

Transportation:

All studios, dining hall, grocery store, drugstore, bookstore and more are within walking distance of the TCU campus. Transportation will be provided for all off-campus activities.

Resident Activities:

Students will have the opportunity to experience many fun, safe activities in addition to their dance classes. Students can sign up and pay the additional fee(s) upon arrival to the program. Members of the residential staff chaperone and all transportation is provided.  Information about specific activity offerings and prices are sent out in May.

Activities may include:

Meals are included in the cost of all activities.

Arrival and Departure:

    • Students should plan to arrive on Sunday, June 22nd before the program starts.
    • Check in times will take place in the dorm from 2-5pm.
    • Students only staying for the 3 week session will check out of the dorm on Saturday, July 12th after classes finish at approximately 5pm.
    • Students staying for the full 5 week session will check out of the dorm after the showcase performance on July 26th. 
    • Students arriving and departing from DFW Airport can arrange transport to and from TCU for an additional fee.

 

About Fort Worth



Now known as the cultural gateway into the American West, Fort Worth went from sleepy outpost to bustling town when it became a central stop along the legendary Chisholm Trail, the dusty path on which millions of head of cattle were driven north to market.  Though "Cowtown" once was rough-and-tumble, dusty and lawless, home to the brave and the brawling, the soldier, the frontiersman and the outlaw (including Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid!), today it is the one of the largest cities in Texas and the 16th-largest in the country.  In celebration of its rich heritage, drovers in authentic 19th-century gear riding horses mounted with period correct saddles drive "The Herd" of longhorns twice daily along East Exchange Avenue, harking back to a time when the great herds rumbled through the dusty streets of Fort Worth on their way to market.
 
Fort Worth today is shaped by a commitment to its downtown revitalization and urban renewal, a dedication to its world-renowned cultural arts district, rich pride in its western heritage and a loyalty to major-league sports and attractions such as the top-ranked Fort Worth Zoo, Sundance Square, and the Texas Motor Speedway. It is home to five world-class museums designed by world-class architects in a park-like green space within walking distance of each other.  The Kimbell Art Museum Is considered to have one of the best collections in Texas housed in one of the state's foremost works of modern architecture. The Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, the Amon Carter Museum (which houses one of the most extensive collections of American art in the world), the Museum of Science and History with its Omni Theater, and the National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame round out the five. Also calling Fort Worth home are Texas Christian University, Bell Helicopter, Lockheed Martin, American Airlines, Pier One, Radio Shack, famed chef Tim Love's Lonesome Dove and Woodshed restaurants, and the longtime favorite haunt of locals and tourists alike, Joe T. Garcia's Mexican eatery.

For more information contact 817-763-0207, ext. 112 or email TBT Summer