Classes & Tuition 2021-2022

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(Ms. Victoria, Ms. Susannah, Ms. Madison, Ms. Anna & Ms. Hailie R.)

Dancers will learn strong ballet technique with full barre as well as center floor and across the floor combinations. Ballet terms and definitions will be taught along with the history of ballet.

  • DRESS CODE:  Ballet A and B:  Capezio ballet pink tights, black leotard and pink ballet shoes. Students may wear skirts or shorts with leotard and tights. Hair must be in a bun. Ballet C, D and Pointe:  Capezio Ballet Pink tights, black leotard, pink ballet shoes. Hair must be in a bun. ​



(Ms. Victoria, Ms. Susannah, Ms. Madison & Ms. Hailie R.)

Students will dance to a fast and up-beat tempo, with a variety of

technique. Dancers will learn turns, leaps, and kicks as well as combinations. 

  • DRESS CODE:  Leotard and tights with shorts, or tank top with dance  shorts or jazz pants. Hair must be pulled back. Dancers need black or tan jazz shoes depending on their teacher's preference. 



(Ms. Victoria, Ms. Susannah, Ms. Madison &  Ms. Hailie R.)

Students will learn ballet elements in a less classical setting than a

traditional ballet class.  Students learn routines which are performed to

today's 'Top 40' style of music.

  • DRESS CODE:  Dancers may wear leotard with tights and shorts, or a form-fitting top. Hair pulled back. Lyrical requires foot undies that can be purchased at any dance store.



(Ms. Susannah & Ms. Madison)

Dancers will learn strong tap technique as well as combinations.

  • DRESS CODE:   Dancers may wear a form-fitting shirt, and shorts or jazz pants. Tap shoes are required, color is their teacher's preference. Hair pulled back.​​



(Mr. Carlos, Mr. Aaron)

Students will learn fast, up-beat movement as well as the latest dance styles.

  • DRESS CODE:  Dancers may wear jazz pants or dance shorts, with a top. They will need street shoes to dance in. Teachers will specify which kind they prefer. 



(Ms. Victoria, Ms. Susannah, Ms. Madison &  Ms. Hailie R.)

Dancers will learn how to become creative with their body. It is a form of free dancing without shoes.

  • DRESS CODE:  Dancers may wear leotard with tights and shorts, or a form-fitting top. Modern is performed barefoot. Hair pulled back.  



(Ms. Susannah & Ms. Madison)

Contemporary dance is a popular form of dance which developed during the middle portion of the twentieth century and has since grown to become one of the dominating performance genres for formally trained dancers throughout the world, with particularly strong popularity in the U.S. and Europe.

Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements.



(Mr. Eddie)

Acro (acrobatics/tumbling) is centered on fundamental acrobatic technique to flexibility, strength, balance, coordination, endurance, timing, body awareness, self-discipline, and confidence. Classes focus on proper hand placement and body alignment with emphasis on the muscles and flexibility required to perform proper technique.


(Ms. Madison)

This class is about strengthening our young dancers' bodies, developing balance, coordination, flexibility and rhythm, all through exercises, with use of props like jumping ropes, gymnastics mats, balls, hula-hoops and other props.

Children will also be learning acro tricks like cartwheels, splits, backhands and etc. 

They will learn choreography that incorporates dance and acrobatic tricks.



(Ms. Susannah)

Drama class can benefit any child, teaching them wonderful skills that they can carry through life and put to use in many areas. Drama instills creativity and self expression as well as nourishing the imagination. It can teach a child to 'think outside the box', which is a great skill for success in future endeavors.

One of the most obvious benefits of performing arts is the development of skills in self-presentation. A child must learn how to present him or herself in front of an audience, be it big or small. They develop the ability to converse with adults in a mature manner. Participation in the arts allows them to grow their self-esteem and self-confidence, developing poise and learning to overcome anxieties.

Performing arts are also about social interaction and cooperation. Your child will no doubt make life-long friends with those who share the same passion as they do.



(Ms. Susannah, Ms. Madison, & Ms. Anna, Ms. Sheridan)


    • Dance Combo 1:  Dancers may wear tights with a leotard and tutu or skirt. They will need pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Hair pulled back. 

    • Dance Combo 2:   Dancers may wear tights with a leotard and tutu or skirt. They can bring shorts or jazz pants for the Hip Hop section. They will need pink ballet shoes and street shoes. Hair pulled back.



(Ms. Susannah, Ms. Madison, Ms. Hailie R., & Ms. Anna)

Introduces dance technique and terminology in fun and creative ways, while also making connections between movement education and everyday learning.  Storytelling, original and familiar songs, and imaginative games are incorporated, and an emphasis is placed on promoting self-esteem and self-expression while building dance skills.



(Ms. Victoria, Ms. Susannah, Ms. Madison, Ms. Anna, Miss Sheridan)

Ages 2 1/2 to 4 will learn basic jazz and ballet technique. They will also be taught to listen and follow direction as well as retain choreography. Classes are tailored to be a fun, positive experience for young children.

  • DRESS CODE:  Dancers may wear any color tights and leotard. Hair pulled back. They can accessorize with tutus or skirts. They will need pink ballet shoes.