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Classes Begin August 3rd, 2020


Our undergraduate academy is structured to help each dancer build a strong foundation for years to come.  It is designed to introduce children to the fundamentals of ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop technique. Students will improve  their coordination, musicality, & memorization of choreography.  This class is perfect for those dancers who want to dance for fun or have a jump start to prepare them for the Graduate Dance Team Program.

Undergraduate Classes are offered as Ballet, Tap, Jazz, and Hip Hop Combo

  • $25 Dance Season Registration

  •  Tuition: Varies per Level. See Below

  •  Fall 2020 Season Begins August 3rd, 2020

  • Two recital dances per production (Dec & May)

  •  Four genres studied in one class setting 

  •   One parade performance a semester

  •  Grades 2nd to 8th ( Dancer will be separated into 2 classes)

PRE-K3 & PRE-K4 CLASS (Ballet, Jazz, & Tap Combo)

Monday 6:00pm-6:45pm

Tuition: $70/month

Creative Movement (Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop , & Tap Combo)

Monday’s  6:00pm-6:45pm

Grades: Kindergarten to 2nd

Tuition: $85/month

*1 recital dance per production* (Dec & May) 


Undergraduate Academy (Ballet, Jazz, Hip Hop , & Tap Combo)

Monday’s 6:00pm-6:45pm 

Grades: 3rd to 8th

Tuition: $85/ month

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Pointe Academy

Pre-Pointe is a technique class only (no recital dance) and must be taken in conjunction with the dancer’s appropriate ballet class

Pointe technique is one of the most iconic element of ballet. The inspiration for pointe technique is the wish that ballet dancer appears weightless, light footed and graceful while jumping and looks lightweight like defying gravity.


Classes are held every Monday 

Ballet: 7:30pm-8:15pm

Pre-Pointe: 8:15pm-9:00pm 

Tuition: $60 for Ballet ONLY

                $100 for Ballet and Pointe

*non recital class


  • Students must be at least ten years old

  • Have a minimum of three years of ballet training

  • Recommended by their ballet teacher to be enrolled in the class. 

  • Teachers evaluate readiness for Pre-Pointe based on technique, strength, and consistency in class attendance.

  • We evaluate students three times over the year- once in the fall to see where they are, once after the holidays to measure progress, and once at the end of the year to determine readiness to move on to the Pointe 1 class. Many students are able to safely and successfully progress to pointe work after one year of pre-pointe, but it is also common to need two or even three years of pre-pointe to develop the necessary strength and stability.


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