If you're looking for a dance studio that will provide good training and/or encourage positive self-esteem in your child, you'd be better off saving your time and hard-earned money by heading elsewhere.
Under the management of its original owner, Juline School of Dance was a place where children could thrive - the environment was positive and each child was treated with respect. Good teachers were in residence, and excellent master teachers were brought in to supplement the students' training.
Unfortunately, times have changed. The current owner has done an excellent job of turning the dance studio into a money-making machine - great for the owner, but at the expense of the children. The teachers are home-grown, meaning they have little experience outside the world of Juline School of Dance; their training as both dancers and teachers leaves much to be desired. Attending the annual dance recital in Graceada Park drives that point home.
On the surface the environment appears positive and the right words are spoken (e.g., that positive self-esteem is the main goal). However, words are not actions - I personally observed the owner treating one young child completely differently from the others, even going so far as to ask the child to choose between her best friend and being able to perform (right in front of the child's best friend). This is definitely not the kind of environment I would choose to put my child in, and I would certainly not recommend it for anyone else.