Classes, Registration and Information

Our 2021-2022 dance registration is closed. Registration will reopen in May 2022.

Early Bird Registration: May 1-30, $40 per family 
         
Registration Fee: June 1-August 31, $50 per family

Family = siblings living in same household.  NOT cousins 

Dance classes will begin on September 7, 2021 and will conclude at our annual recital at the end of May. We follow public school holidays, but still have class on In-Service Days.


In August, you will receive an email informing you of what to wear to class, studio rules, class day(s) and time(s), etc.

In August, we host our Annual Open House and Registration Days where you are able to stop in at our studio to register, meet the staff, get fitted for shoes and uniforms, check out the studio and ask questions. These days are the only days and times to purchase shoes.


We have a Special Needs Class (for children with special needs and/or learning disabilities): This 30 minute class will have 2-3 teachers who have experience with special needs children. The class is based on the child's level of understanding and moves at a slower pace than the other classes. It is a great way to get in some exercise and fun! They will do a dance at our recital with the help of our staff.


We try our best to accommodate siblings and students taking multiple class to have them come to class on the same day. If you have any special requests, please let the staff know and we will try to make it work.


Classes Offered for 3-18 year olds*: Tap, Ballet, Jazz and Lyrical, Pointe, Hip Hop, Tumbling   *Certain classes have age requirements such as jazz, lyrical, pointe, hip hop and tumbling.

  • Tap and Ballet Combo classes - 45 minutes to 1 hour per week.
  • Tap/Jazz classes and Tap/Jazz/Lyrical classes - 30 mins of tap/45 mins of jazz. 
  • Special Needs, Tumbling Basics, Hip Hop Minis, Hip Hop I and II - 30 minutes
  • Hip Hop III, Hip Hop Advance, Ballet/Pre-Pointe and Pointe classes - 45 minutes

Ballas (ages 3-4) will learn the fundamental steps to start their dance education in tap and ballet, which also includes learning how to follow directions and dancing on their spot

Twinkle Toes (ages 5-6) will build upon tap and ballet fundamentals, as well as learn how to dance within a group while changing formations, correct posture, stretching and more

Intermediate Tap/Jazz L1-L3* (ages 7+) will learn tap and jazz technique, as well as learn leaps and turns, changing formations, correct body posture, stretching and more. *There are requirements that need to be met before moving to the next level. 

Juniors* (usually middle school age) and Advance* (usually high school age) will learn more advanced tap/jazz/lyrical technique, continue to progress on leaps and turns, changing formations, correct body posture, stretching and more. *There are requirements that need to be met to be in these class levels. 

Tumbling Basics (ages 5+) will learn basic and proper tumbling techniques needed to move into a tumbling class. This class WILL NOT participate in recital.

Tumbling Intermediate/Advance* (ages 6+) will learn the proper technique needed to perform tumbling tricks, correct body posture, stretching and more. Students progress at their own level. *There are requirements that need to be met to be in each class level. Students enrolled in tumbling classes will be required to practice and perform the tricks and techniques they are being instructed in. They will not be allowed to just sit.

Hip Hop Mini to Hip Hop Advance (ages 5+) will learn basic and age appropriate hip hop moves in Hip Hop Mini to Hip Hop I then progress to more difficult steps, moves and combinations. Hip Hop Advance is for students that have mastered the lower levels and can keep up with the faster/harder choreography. 

Ballet/Pre-Pointe (ages 7-11) will learn the proper ballet technique and steps needed to move onto pointe, correct body posture, stretching and more. 

Pointe** (ages 11+) For students who have demonstrated the proper ballet technique and footwork needed to dance on pointe shoes. Students will continue to work on proper technique, correct body posture and stretching. **Pointe shoes will be fitted and ordered. A complete pointe shoe set runs $115 and will be added into costume costs.

Student placement is at the discretion of the teachers. Some students are more advanced than their peers, while some may need an extra year in their current level. We place students in the level and learning environment that will best suit their needs. 



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