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Summer Classes

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Our summer dance classes are a great way for students ages 2-18 to refine, maintain, and build upon the skills they have learned during the year or to start something new! New and returning students are welcome to attend. No auditions are required. Classes are taught by our highly experienced faculty and are offered over 2-week sessions to provide more scheduling flexibility. 

Please note that class schedules and faculty are subject to change. All classes are subject to cancellation if less than 4 students are enrolled.

 

Please contact us for questions regarding summer class level placement.
 

Tuition is due two weeks prior to the start of each session and is non-refundable, with the exception of documented injury or illness or other emergency.

SUMMER SESSION I: July 8 - July 20, 2024

Registration and tuition due by June 24.

SUMMER SESSION II: July 22 - August 3, 2024

Registration and tuition due by July 8.

SCHEDULE: SUMMER SESSIONS I & II

Move with Me! (ages 2-3 with an adult)
Saturdays, 
9:30-10 am

$25/session

Creative Movement (ages 3-4)
Saturdays, 10-10:45 am

$30/session

Ballet Beginnings (ages 4-5)
Saturdays, 11-11:45 am
$30/session

 

Primary Ballet (ages 5+)

Saturdays, 9:30-10:30 am

$40/session
 

 

 

Ballet A (ages 6+)

Wednesdays, 5-6:30 pm
$50/session

Ballet B (ages 8+)

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5-6:30 pm
$90/session


Ballet C 
(ages 10+)
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5-6:30 pm

$90/session

Ballet D (ages 12+)
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5-6:30 pm
Saturdays, 10:30-12 pm
$135/session

Ballet D with Pointe (ages 12+)

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 5-7:15 pm

Saturdays, 10:30-12 pm
$170/session

 



Youth Modern (ages 8-11)
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30 pm
$40/session

Teen Modern (ages 12+)

Wednesdays, 7:30-8:30 pm

$40/session

 

 



 

Looking for adult classes?

Visit our Adult Division.

BALLET LEVEL GUIDANCE FOR STUDENTS
 

Move with Me: Recommended for students ages 2-3 who would benefit from having an adult join them for the movement fun!

 

Creative Movement: Recommended for students ages 3-4 who are ready for a drop off class. At this level, introductory dance steps are practiced, along with movement activities that explore general dance concepts such as space, level, musicality, coordination and more. 

Ballet Beginnings: This is a drop off class recommended for students ages 4-5. This level serves as a bridge between Creative Movement and the more formal ballet class structure introduced in Primary Ballet. It is a good choice for students who would still benefit from some creative exploration of movement while beginning to incorporate more ballet fundamentals. The class focuses on developing active listening skills along with motor development, coordination and musicality.

Primary Ballet: Recommended for students ages 5-7 who have had limited previous dance experience and have not begun to develop their formal technique.

Ballet A: Recommended for students ages 6+ who have had at least one year of formal ballet training and have an understanding of fundamental vocabulary. 

Ballet B: Recommended for students ages 8+ who have had at least 2 years of formal ballet training.

Ballet C: Recommended for intermediate level students ages 10+ with at least 4 years of formal ballet training.

Ballet D: Recommended for advanced intermediate and advanced level student ages 12+ with at least 6 years of formal ballet training. 


 

SUMMER DRESS CODE
 

Move with Me: Form fitting, comfortable clothing that does not restrict movement. 
 

Creative Movement and Beginning Ballet: 

Option A: Any style of leotard with pink or flesh colored dance tights. Ballet shoes may be leather or canvas and should correspond with the color of the tights. Hair should be secured neatly, away from the face. 

Option B: A fitted tee-shirt with black leggings, dance tights or shorts. Black ballet shoes should be worn. Long hair should be secured neatly away from the face.

Primary Ballet through Ballet D: 

Option A: A solid colored leotard with pink or flesh colored dance tights. Tights must not have runs or holes and should be matte (not shiny or Lycra). Ballet shoes (and pointe shoes, if applicable) should align with the color of the tights. Hair should be secured neatly, away from the face in a bun or similar style. Shorter hair that cannot be made into a bun should be secured away from the face.

 

Option B: A plain, fitted tee-shirt with black leggings, dance tights or shorts. Black or white ballet shoes should be worn. Long hair should be secured neatly away from the face. A dance belt should be worn for dancers ages 9+.
 

Modern: A leotard or fitted shirt with black leggings, tights, shorts or jazz pants.

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