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All of our dance classes run from about 30 minutes – an hour depending on the age group. All classes are educational, creative and fun! Hence our slogan, “learning to dance, dancing to learn”. Expect your child to fall in love with our staff, classes, and peers all while learning and having fun. We have even had little ones cry when class was over because they didn’t want to leave! All of our classes for our little ones incorporate academics into our dance classes! Classes for our older students teach them technique, genre education, social skills, discipline and respect. 

(Class Descriptions, Dress Code and Tuition Below)

 

2023 - 2024 School Year Schedule
**Updated 8/2/23

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Tuition

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Tuition is based on the number of classes per year (This is not determined by the month, due to the fact that the number of classes each month may be less or more) divided into 10 equal monthly payments for your convenience. For example if a class cost is $450, a monthly payment would be $45.

There is also a non-refundable yearly registration fee of $25. Family registration is $35. Tuition covers the months of September-June. Tuition can be paid monthly, in two payments (September and January), or in full. If full class payment is made initially, you will receive $50 off.

You will have the option to pay for tuition online, over the phone or at the studio, when each payment is due.

*Tuition and registration fees are different for summer classes

Class Descriptions

Dancin' with Me/Mommy and Me

17 months – 3 years

A class for your toddler and Mommy! (Or Daddy). This class utilizes music, movement and motor skills, all while dancing along with a family member! Students will sing and dance along to familiar nursery rhymes, use props throughout class, and learn fun moves to age appropriate music

Intro to Dance

A continuation of our Mommy and Me class. This is for our little ones that are ready to be without Mommy and Daddy but are not yet ready to be fully integrated into a preschool class. Dancers will be introduced to several genres of dance so that they are ready to move up to different genres of classes when ready! 

Ballet

Our younger dancers will have loads of fun while learning about the expectations and structure of a ballet class! Using props, imagery, curiosity and appropriate music, students explore different educational concepts and learn how to be a part of a group setting while still being introduced to some basic dance concepts taught in a ballet class. As our students grow, more technique is introduced as they build on the fundamentals of ballet and learn correct terminology. 

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Combo Classes

Our combo classes are a great class for those who want a little taste of everything! Students will spend a portion of each class focusing on the respective genres in the class. Our combos currently include ballet/tap, tap/jazz, ballet/tap/jazz, and Pom/Acro

Hip Hop

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Lyra​

Ages 5+

Lyra follows the Aerial Arts program in which students are in a hoop apparatus. Students will work on postures, technique, strength, balances and spinning! All skills needed to be a well-rounded Aerialist (even if just for fun)! We like to call this class, Acro in the air!

Lyrical

Ages 7+

This growing style of dance combines the elements of ballet and jazz and is often a showcase of a dancer's emotional response to the music and it's lyrics. Dancers will use movement to express several different emotions while building on fluidity and grace. Enrollment in Ballet and jazz is not required but highly suggested.

Pom

The athleticism of cheer and the grace and precision of dance combined! Our Pom classes are a fun, upbeat class fusing the genres of Jazz and Hip-Hop dance as well as Cheer motions.. Students will work on their musicality, balance, arm motions, strength, jumps as well as working with their classmates as a team. Students will get to learn all of this while using fun pom poms! Students will also learn basic cheer stunts used to enhance routines. This class is suggested to be taken with Acro as some tumbling may be introduced in routines. 

 

 

Acrodance

Our Acro classes combine dance and basic tumbling skills together to create unique and fun routines. Dancers will build strength, flexibility, balance, muscle control and the ability to work with teammates. Everyone learns at their own pace and is challenged based on their abilities! Jazz or Pom are suggested to take with this class for the Dance portion of class. (Level 2/3 required to take Jazz or Pom) *Please note that this is NOT a gymnastics class. 

 

 

 

Dance 4 Musical Theatre

Have a child that loves to sing, dance and act?This is the perfect class for those that love to perform! Basic principles of theater are taught and students will learn to convey emotions, dance, act and sing to become the ultimate triple threat!

 

 

 

 

Other Classes not under our Children’s dance program -

Zumba

Our Zumba classes get packed very early, so make sure you come early to get a good spot! For more info on the Zumba classes, please visit the “Dynamic Trio” or “Melissa Jackson" on FB

Adult Ballet

Whether you are a beginner and would like to try out Ballet, or want to freshen up on your technique, all adults are welcome to join this class. Ballet shoes are suggested but not recommended. 

Adult Tap

Whether you are a beginner and would like to try out Tap, or want to freshen up on your technique, all adults are welcome to join this class. Tap shoes are highly suggested but not recommended. 

Adult Hip Hop

Whether you are a beginner and would like to try out Hip Hop, or want to freshen up on your technique, all adults are welcome to join this class. Learn popular moves and choreography to popular music all while getting a workout!

Our Hip Hop classes are high energy classes for those that love to dance and move! Dancers learn popular dances to age appropriate music all while having fun! As students progress, they begin to work on showing expression, free styling and creating their own hip hop combinations. In addition to learning more complex choreography, students build skills in breaking, pop locking and gliding. 

We accept students until February to participate in our recital. However, in order to be best prepared to perform on stage and to refine technique, we highly suggest that students enroll in September. (Because of costuming, we will be unable to accept students after February that would like to participate in our June recital). 

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