Summer Classes


Our summer dance classes are a great way for students ages 2-18 to stay in shape, reinforce their technique or complement their summer activities. New and returning students are welcome to attend. No auditions are required.

Classes are taught by our highly experienced faculty and are offered over 3 convenient 2-week sessions so that families can customize the schedule that works best for them. 

Please note that classes 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. Students enrolled in the

Pre-Professional Division should continue in their corresponding level from 2021-22 for the summer.

Summer Session I:        June 20 - July 3, 2022

     *Registration & Tuition Deadline: June 10, 2022

Summer Session II:       July 5 - 17, 2022
     *Registration & Tuition Deadline: June 24, 2022

Summer Session III:      July 18 - 31, 2022

     *Registration & Tuition Deadline: July 8, 2022

Looking for adult classes?

Visit our Adult Division.


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


Creative Movement (ages 3-4)
Saturdays, 10:15-11 am


Intro to Dance (ages 4-5)
Saturdays, 11-11:45 am


Pre Ballet

Saturdays, 9:30-10:30 am


Beginning Ballet 

Saturdays, 10:30-12 pm



Beginning/Intermediate Ballet

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:15-11:45 am

Intermediate Ballet

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:15-11:45 am



Intermediate/Advanced Ballet 
Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:15-11:45 am


Intermediate/Advanced Ballet (with Pointe)

Tuesdays & Thursdays, 10:15-12:30 pm


Youth Modern (ages 8-11)
Thursdays, 5-6 pm


Youth Hip Hop (ages 8-11)

Thursdays, 6-7 pm


Youth Jazz (ages 8-11)

Thursdays, 7-8 pm


Teen Jazz (ages 12-18)

Thursdays, 5-6 pm


Teen Modern (ages 12-18)
Thursdays, 6-7 pm


Teen Contemporary (ages 12-18)

Thursdays, 7-8 pm







Intro to Dance: Recommended for students ages 4-5. This level serves as a bridge between Creative Movement and the more formal ballet class structure introduced in Pre 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.

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

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

Beginning/Intermediate Ballet: Recommended for students ages 7+ who have had at least 2 years of ballet training.

Intermediate Ballet: Recommended for students ages 10+ with at least 4 years of ballet training.

Intermediate/Advanced Ballet: Recommended for student ages 12+ with at least 6 years of ballet training. Two levels of pointe class will be offered.



Ballet Dress Code for Girls: Girls should wear a plain, 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.

Ballet Dress Code for Boys: Boys in Creative Movement, Intro to Dance, Pre-Ballet and Beginning Ballet should wear a fitted tee-shirt with black leggings, dance tights or shorts. Boys in Beginning/Intermediate Ballet and up should wear a fitted tee-shirt with black footed dance tights. Black ballet shoes should be worn. Long hair should be secured neatly away from the face. A dance belt must be worn for dancers ages 9+.

Modern and Jazz Dress Code: Same as for ballet but girls may substitute black leggings or tights, shorts or jazz pants and boys may substitute tights for black leggings, shorts or jazz pants. Black or tan jazz shoes should be worn for Jazz class.

Contemporary Dress Code: Form fitting clothing that does not restrict movement.

Hip Hop Dress Code: Clothing that does not restrict movement and clean sneakers, free of any dirt or debris.