Dance Company Code of Ethics

The dancers, faculty, and staff of Cynthia King Dance Studio are a vibrant community of people who have a high regard for the art of dance and each other. In all of our endeavors, we show respect to our parents, our peers, the staff, and faculty of Cynthia King Dance Studio and the wider dance community. We consider it a privilege to participate in a worldwide community of dance as a performing art exemplifying the values of integrity, character, leadership, responsibility, and professionalism.

Dancer's Name *
Dancer's Name
Parent's Name
Parent's Name
INTEGRITY *
To conduct oneself with honesty, courtesy, and respect. To express consideration for one’s fellow dancers, educators, parents, staff, and competitors. To be a person who leads by example and honors commitments. To be a person other people can count on.
LEADERSHIP *
To guide, direct, and influence people in achieving their highest goals and ideals. By setting an example through one’s actions and speech. To inspire and serve the people of your class, company, or community through full participation in all dance related activities.
RESPONSIBILITY *
To respect and adhere to the policies and procedures of the studio or the performance venue/theater, auditorium or school. To be a person who interacts with peers and authority figures in a mature manner. To question authority in a respectful manner. To speak of any issue or grievance to the person who is able to resolve the concern. To be willing to receive coaching and direction when deemed appropriate.
CHARACTER *
A person who has the courage and willingness to face issues and concerns with maturity and dignity. To avoid gossip, criticism, or denigrating comments about any member of the dance community, parents, or peers.
PROFESSIONALISM *
To respect the dance profession and uphold our values and standards of conduct. To support and encourage one another. To voice opinions and initiate change that will elevate the dance community. To recognize oneself as a role model at all times. To love the study and performance of dance as a universal art form.