OUR STUDENTS GO BEYOND! We learn proper technique and terminology, but we also develop important life skills, learning to be respectful, confident and conscientious! We are young people who share our gifts and talents with the community.
Our School Season Preschool Programs are a "school" season curriculum, setting your child up for advancement in each grade! Classes begin in August and conclude in May with an annual Spring Recital Experience.
We accept enrollment August through January for this program. Your enrollment reserves your spot in class for the entire season, and your commitment to complete the season.
CLASS SIZES ARE VERY SMALL, FOSTERING FRIENDSHIPS & INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION!
To enroll, select the class day & time that works best for your schedule. Registration includes the first months tuition along with a $60 annual membership fee.
This seasons classes begin on August 12th, 2020 and conclude May 15, 2021.
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Kindergarten Ballet, Tap, & Jazz class is where we begin developing a strong technical foundation for dancers and allow them to explore multiple styles of dance, foundation technique classes. Each Grade Level advances with age-appropiateness on the skills learned prior. Young beginner students will be fine joining in current grade level, while teen beginners should look for our teen classes for beginning. We want every student to feel comfortable learning with peers of their own age! Students wear any color leotard and tights, pink leather ballet shoes, tan tap shoes & tan jazz shoes.
Acrobatics is an art form specifically for dancers. Acro has softer, more lyrical looking lines, with the emphasis being on lengthening “through” the tricks and holding pretty balances with interesting variations. In Acro, we teach our students to dance into and out of Acro tricks, with minimal obvious “prep” before and after a trick. Despite being technically difficult to execute, acrobatic tricks are meant to blend in seamlessly with dance steps, providing an extra level of excitement and flair to dance choreography. Dancers train to get the necessary lift from their bodies to safely make their tricks look light and effortless. Emphasis on a strong ‘hub” (hips, glutes, core), and full extension through the body up into the air, is a must for an acrobat to be able to perform tricks that flow effortlessly through their dance.
Yes, AcroDancers do tumble, but where a gymnast may perform a run into a round-off, back handspring, full-twisting back lay-out, an AcroDancer may perform a softer, more graceful line, such as: fouette turn, swinging directly into a cartwheel, back handspring (full) split-out, finishing into a needle position, and rolling up to stand. Two very impressive passes, with two very distinguished and distinct “looks”.
A dance schedule that includes true Acro-Tumble classes will create stronger, safer, and more diverse dancers, which will, in turn, create more impressive, exciting, and artistic dancing!