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We offer combination classes to encourage our students to try a variety of styles in a way that will be most convenient for our families. The child and teen classes we offer are grouped by the student's grade in school to ensure their learning environment is developmentally appropriate. Class sizes are kept small so teachers can spend more time and attention on each student.

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Ballet is a classical art form that is both a great form of exercise & artistic expression. Ballet training encourages precision, agility, & fluidity of movement and develops physical strength & flexibility.

See schedule below
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AcroDance is the fusion of dance & acrobatic tricks. Dancers are taught to blend these skills seamlessly with the dance choreography so as to provide an extra level of excitement & flair to their performance.

See schedule below
Youth Tap Dance Rehearsal


Tap dance emphasizes the flow of movement by teaching the dancer to find rhythms & beats in the music as well as in their own bodies.  Using the metal taps on the toes & heels of the dancer’s shoes, it transforms the dancer into a percussive musician..

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Jazz is one of the most popular and well known forms of American dance. Students learn strength, flexibility, & conditioning in order to execute turns, kicks, & leaps. Students will learn choreography to the popular & age appropriate music of today along with vintage styles of jazz from past decades.

See schedule below
Grade 1-2 Ballet/AcroDance
Tu 4:00-5:30 pm
Grade 1-2 Tap/Jazz
Th 4:00-5:30 pm
Grade 1-2 Ballet/AcroDance
Sa 12:30-2:00 pm
Grade 1-2 Performance Group
F 5:00-6:30 pm
Must be enrolled in at least one other dance class.
Grade 3-4 Ballet
M 5:30-6:30 pm
Grade 3-4 AcroDance
M 6:30-7:30 pm
Grade 3-4 Tap
W 5:00-6:00 pm
Grade 3-4 Jazz
W 6:00-7:00 pm
Grade 3-4 Performance Group
F 5:00-6:30 pm
Must be enrolled in at least one other dance class.
Tween/Teen Ballet
Tu 6:30-7:30 pm
Tween/Teen AcroDance
Tu 7:30-8:30 pm
Tween/Teen Tap
Th 5:30-6:30 pm
Tween/Teen Jazz
Th 6:30-7:30 pm
Tween/Teen Performance Group
F 5:45-7:15 pm
Must be enrolled in at least one other dance class.
High School Dance Mix
M 7:30-8:30 pm
Level 4+ AcroDance
Tu 5:30-6:30 pm
Accelerated class. Must be approved by teacher.
Accelerated Acro Tech
Th 7:30-8:30 pm
Accelerated class. Must be approved by teacher.

Fall 2023 Session (10 weeks)

September 12 - November 21

(no class 10/31)

Winter 2023-24 Session (10 weeks)

November 27 - February 17

(no class 12/19-1/1)

Spring 2024 Session (10 weeks)

February 26 - May 4

(no class 4/1)


What Class is the Best Fit for My Child or Teen?

In our experience children and teens react one of two ways when choosing a dance class:

  1. They have pre-conceived notions about the different styles of dance and it can cause them to be resistant to try certain classes.

  2. They come in having no idea what the different styles of dance are and when asked what they want to do, they get frustrated because they don't know how to answer.

The answer we will give completely depends on the student's end goal.


If their goal is to eventually be a high-level dancer, we strongly suggest they take a wide variety of classes if time and budget allow. If time and budget do not allow, we strongly suggest starting with the ballet/acrobatics combination. The strength, flexibility, and coordination learned in these classes will make it much easier for a student to add on jazz, tap, or musical theatre in the future than the other way around.

If their goal is more recreational and they are just hoping to find a healthy hobby they can enjoy, we suggest they read the descriptions of each class above and choose the class(es) that sound the most enjoyable.  If they are truly excited about the class(es) they are going to take, they will get the most out of the experience and are more likely to stick with it. It is common for a student to start out taking one or two classes recreationally and then after a year or two, they are inspired to branch out and try other styles.


Most importantly, if your child or teen has a specific dance goal, we encourage them to speak with us. We are more than happy to answer questions and guide them in the right direction.

Dress Code for Child & Teen Program

All Child and Teen Classes has a specific, required uniform. Please speak with our staff when you register or email us if you have a specific question or concern:

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