Returning Students: Please select from classes HIGHLIGHTED IN RED below to be sure they are the correct level and age appropriate for your dancer. Letters/numbers that follow class titles are used for leveling purposes, do not worry too much about their meaning. If a class is RED, it is the level suggested for your dancer. If you do not see a style your dancer is interested in, you can try to find the SAME LEVEL as their recommended classes OR email us for further help. As a new dancer to that style, it may be best to go down one level too. Our staff can help with these recommendations. Any dancer who registers for a class NOT in their recommended list will be double checked and may be changed at our staff discretion. Please feel free to contact us for help with placement if these classes do not work in your schedule.

New Students: Feel free to email us for help with placement! Classes with age ranges after the title are appropriate for beginners within that range. Thank you!

Summer 2023

Name
Days
Location
Mini Jazz/Hip-Hop (5-7)
This class is full
Jazz/Hip-Hop class for new and continuing dancers ages 5-7.
A combination class for the dancer that wants to dabble in both styles! A little bit of jazz technique with a little bit of Hip-Hop choreography.
Monday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio D
Main
Creative Movement (2.5-4)
Creative Movement class for ages 2.5-4.
This 30-minute class is designed to get little ones moving and grooving, with disguised learning to begin work on large motor skills like balance and coordination. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged. Ballet shoes are optional, not required.
Monday
5:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet (6-8)
Ballet class for new and continuing dancers ages 6-8.
Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work.
Monday
5:15 PM to 6:10 PM
Studio D
Main
Ballet Technique C/D/E
This class is full
Ballet Technique class for students currently registered in any Ballet class with level C, D, DE or E.
Monday
5:15 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio A
Main
Hip-Hop (8-10)
Hip-Hop class for new and continuing dancers ages 8-10.
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.
Monday
5:30 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio B
Main
Pre-Ballet (3.5-5)
This class is full
Pre-Ballet class for new and continuing dancers ages 3.5-5.
We work on large motor skills like balance and coordination, the ballet positions and pointed and flexed feet. The learning is all disguised to keep your student motivated. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.
Monday
5:30 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet Technique A2/A3
Ballet Technique class for students currently registered in any Ballet class with level A2 or A3.
Monday
6:15 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio A
Main
Jazz C/D/E
Jazz class for students currently registered in any Ballet or Jazz class with level C, D, DE or E.
Monday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio B
Main
Mini Acrodance (4-7)
This class is full
Mini Acrodance class for new and continuing dancers ages 4-7.
Students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! Recommended to be paired with a Ballet class.
Monday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio D
Main
Tap (7-11)
This class is full
Tap class for new and continuing dancers ages 7-11.
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor.
Monday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio C
Main
Adult Tap
Adult Tap class for new and continuing tappers ages 18+.
Monday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Continuing Acrodance (8-12)
Continuing Acrodance class for dancers ages 8-12.
Students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance!
Monday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio D
Main
Intermediate Leaps & Turns
Intermediate Leaps & Turns class for dancers currently ages 11-15 and/or enrolled in Ballet or Jazz classes with levels B, C, T or 12+.
This class is great for dancers who want to add to their technical toolbox. The class will include warm-up exercises that focus on flexibility and core strength to prepare for across the floor drills that enhance skills like change of body weight, spotting and use of floor space, while working on appropriate levels of leaps, jumps, kicks and turns.
Monday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Ballet Technique CO/A1
Ballet Technique class for students currently registered in any Ballet class with level A1 or Company.
Monday
7:30 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet Variations (11-15)
Ballet Variations for dancers with ballet experience, ages 11-15. Recommended as additional ballet class for dancers currently registered in levels A3, T, B, C, 12+.
For the serious ballet student, a fun class to focus on the choreography and performance aspect of ballet. Dancers will learn famous variations and perform for the class. Recommended as an additional class per week because there is no technical focus, only choreography.
Monday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio D
Main
Contemporary/Jazz Mix A2/A3
Contemporary and Jazz class for students currently registered in any REP class with level A2 or A3.
Monday
7:45 PM to 8:40 PM
Studio B
Main
Tap 12+
Tap class for continuing dancers ages 12+.
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor. For the intermediate and advanced tap dancer we study wings, pullbacks, syncopation, and other turning, challenging combinations while emphasizing speed and clarity.
Monday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Contemporary/Jazz Mix CO/A1
Contemporary and Jazz class for students currently registered in any REP class with level A1 or Company.
Monday
8:45 PM to 9:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Creative Movement (2.5-4)
Creative Movement class for ages 2.5-4.
This 30-minute class is designed to get little ones moving and grooving, with disguised learning to begin work on large motor skills like balance and coordination. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged. Ballet shoes are optional, not required.
Thursday
4:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet (5-7)
Ballet class for new and continuing dancers ages 5-7.
Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work.
Thursday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio D
Main
Pre-Ballet (3.5-5)
Pre-Ballet class for new and continuing dancers ages 3.5-5.
We work on large motor skills like balance and coordination, the ballet positions and pointed and flexed feet. The learning is all disguised to keep your student motivated. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.
Thursday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio C
Main
Continuing Ballet (E/8-11)
Continuing Ballet class for students currently registered in any Ballet class with level E, 7-9 or 8+.
The separate ballet class is ideal for the younger student who wishes to concentrate on ballet. Dancers will add to their barre exercises and beginning center work including port de bras, jumps and turns. This class is the necessary next step for a dancer with future pointe shoe goals.
Thursday
5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Studio B
Main
Contemporary (11+)
Beginning Contemporary class for dancers ages 11+. Ballet experience is recommended.
The expressive combination of choreography and technique with emphasis on emotion, performance and creativity. Our contemporary classes include both lyrical and modern foundations, and emphasis on improvisation and self-choreography. Dancers SHOULD be enrolled in at least one ballet class. (Ballet corequisite is required in the fall session.)
Thursday
5:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Continuing Hip-Hop (9-12)
Continuing Hip-Hop class for dancers ages 9-12 with 2+ years' experience.
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.
Thursday
5:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio D
Main
Mini Jazz (5-7)
Mini Jazz class for new and continuing dancers ages 5-7. Recommended to be paired with Ballet.
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.
Thursday
5:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet Technique B/T/12+
This class is full
Ballet Technique class for students currently registered in any Ballet class with level B, T or 12+.
An intense ballet class for the intermediate ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence.
Thursday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet Variations (9-12)
Ballet Variations for dancers with ballet experience, ages 9-12. Recommended as additional ballet class for dancers currently registered in levels C, D, or 8+.
For the serious ballet student, a fun class to focus on the choreography and performance aspect of ballet. Dancers will learn famous variations and perform for the class. Recommended as an additional class per week because there is no technical focus, only choreography.
Thursday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Beg Acrodance (7-10)
Beginning Acrodance class for dancers ages 7-10.
Students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance!
Thursday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Studio D
Main
Jazz (8-11)
Jazz class for students currently registered in any Ballet or Jazz class with level D, DE, E, 7-9 or 8+.
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.
Thursday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Cheer (8-12)
Cheerleading class for dancers interested in honing their pom skills, jumps and basic stunting in a team atmosphere. Students will also practice tryout skills, vocal yells, spiriting and more fun with a real cheer coach!

Dress code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots OR clean tennis shoes. Special shoes may be necessary for performance routines.
Thursday
6:45 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Leaps & Turns (8-12)
Leaps & Turns class for dancers currently ages 8-12 and/or enrolled in Ballet or Jazz classes with levels C, D, DE, E or 8+.
This class is great for dancers who want to add to their technical toolbox. The class will include warm-up exercises that focus on flexibility and core strength to prepare for across the floor drills that enhance skills like change of body weight, spotting and use of floor space, while working on appropriate levels of leaps, jumps, kicks and turns.
Thursday
6:45 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio D
Main
Contemporary/Jazz B/T/12+
Contemporary and Jazz class for students currently registered in any ballet, jazz or contemporary class level B, BC, T or 12+.
Thursday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Pointe Variations 13+
This class is full
Pointe Variations for dancers ALREADY on pointe, ages 13+. Recommended as additional ballet class for dancers currently registered in levels A1, A2, A3, B or T.
For the serious ballet student, a fun class to focus on the choreography and performance aspect of ballet. Dancers will learn famous variations and perform for the class. Recommended as an additional class per week because there is no technical focus, only choreography.
Thursday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Adult Modern
Adult Modern class for new and continuing dancers ages 18+.
Thursday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio B
Main
Advanced Leaps & Turns
Advanced Leaps & Turns class for dancers currently enrolled in Ballet or Jazz classes with levels CO, A1, A2 or A3.
This class is great for dancers who want to add to their technical toolbox. The class will include warm-up exercises that focus on flexibility and core strength to prepare for across the floor drills that enhance skills like change of body weight, spotting and use of floor space, while working on appropriate levels of leaps, jumps, kicks and turns.
Thursday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio A
Main
Intermediate Hip-Hop (12-15)
Intermediate Hip-Hop class for dancers currently enrolled in levels B, BC or 12+, ages 11-15.
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.
Thursday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio D
Main
Jazz 12+
Jazz class for beginning or new to jazz, students ages 12+. Perfect for an older dancer who has been out for a few years, or one with a new interest in dance skills. A great class for those with dance team goals too!
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.
Thursday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Advanced Hip-Hop
Advanced Hip-Hop class for dancers currently enrolled in levels Adv or A, ages 15+.
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.
Thursday
8:30 PM to 9:15 PM
Studio B
Main
DescenDANCE 3 DanceCamp
Dancers will enjoy camp time full of themed arts and crafts, educational activities, dance class and watch the movie "Descendance 3", all while preparing for a theatrical performance that guests can come watch! Camp and classes will be divided by ages/levels. Please send a healthy snack and water bottle each day.

Parents: mark your calendar for the Friday 11 a.m. show! (Dancers still come at 9:30)
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:30 AM to 11:45 AM
Main
Frozen 2 DanceCamp
Dancers will enjoy camp time full of themed arts and crafts, educational activities, dance class and watch the movie "Frozen 2", all while preparing for a theatrical performance that guests can come watch! Camp and classes will be divided by ages/levels. Please send a healthy snack and water bottle each day.

Parents: mark your calendar for the Friday 11 a.m. show! (Dancers still come at 9:30)
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:30 AM to 11:45 AM
Main
Swan Lake DanceCamp
This class is full
Dancers will enjoy camp time full of themed arts and crafts, educational activities, dance class and watch the ballet "Swan Lake", all while preparing for a ballet performance that guests can come watch! Camp and classes will be divided by ages/levels. Please send a healthy snack and water bottle each day.

Parents: mark your calendar for the Friday 11 a.m. show! (Dancers still come at 9:30)
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:30 AM to 11:45 AM
Main
Swan Lake Intensive Camp
Dancers will learn the real choreography, classical dance history and be assigned parts from the ballet "Swan Lake", to perform at a show on Friday! Students can be in ballet shoes OR if already on pointe, may be assigned a pointe role. Please send a healthy snack and water bottle each day.

Parents: mark your calendar for the Friday 11 a.m. show! (Dancers still come at 9:30)
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
9:30 AM to 11:45 AM
Main

2023-2024

Name
Days
Location
Creative Movement
This 30-minute class is designed to get little ones moving and grooving, with disguised learning to begin work on large motor skills like balance and coordination. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.

Dress Code: Students may wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color OR anything they are comfortable in. Nothing too baggy please. Ballet shoes are optional, not required.
Monday
4:00 PM to 4:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Pre-Combo
More than a creative movement class for the beginner. Children enjoy a Doll Day, where they bring their favorite doll to dance with them! We work on large motor skills like balance and coordination, the ballet positions and pointed and flexed feet. Dancers love to explore new sounds with their tap shoes as they start to learn heels, toes, flaps and more! The learning is all disguised to keep your student motivated. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Monday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet (7-9)
The separate ballet class is ideal for the younger student who wishes to concentrate on ballet. Dancers will add to their barre exercises and beginning center work including port de bras, jumps and turns. This class is the necessary next step for a dancer with future pointe shoe goals.

Dress Code: Students must wear leotards and tights of any color. Ballet skirts or shorts are optional. Pink ballet shoes, split soles preferred. Hair should be in a bun.
Monday
5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Studio D
Main
Ballet/Pre-Pointe C
This class is full
This class is designed for the serious ballet student and is a must for the future pointe student. Students are given a lengthy barre to establish proper body alignment, turnout and increase foot and ankle strength. We recommend serious ballet students take a ballet class at least twice per week from age 10 and up. Students will likely need to be enrolled in this course for more than one year before pointe shoe placement. Students receive a conference with the instructor to advise them of their progress, discuss strengths and goals for pointe preparation.



Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Monday
5:00 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio A
Main
Jazz A3
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Monday
5:00 PM to 5:55 PM
Studio B
Main
Combo 1/2
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will take turns being “Dancer of the Day” and learn the basics of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 1/2 is for dancers with 1-2 years experience.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Monday
5:20 PM to 6:10 PM
Studio C
Main
Jazz (7-9)
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Monday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Studio D
Main
Pointe A3
This class offers students concentrated barre and center work to continue their pointe training. Pointe shoes must be worn for a portion or all of the class period at teacher's discretion. In addition, dancers should be taking a Ballet Technique class and consider adding Ballet Variations at this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Properly fitted pointe shoes REQUIRED.
Monday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio B
Main
Jazz C
This class is full
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Monday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet Technique A1
An intense ballet class for the more advanced ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence. Should be paired with a second class per week minimal - either another Technique or Pointe class. Variations suggested as a third class option for this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Monday
6:30 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet Technique 12+
A ballet technique class for dancers without emphasis on pointe work. Dancers will do a full barre and center work. Great class for dancers who wish to progress their technique or a recreational dancer with high interest in ballet. This class can be paired with another Ballet Technique or Pointe class (depending on level) for the twice per week dancer.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Monday
6:45 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio D
Main
Advanced Leaps & Turns
This class is great for dancers who want to add to their technical toolbox. The class will include warm-up exercises that focus on flexibility and core strength to prepare for across the floor drills that enhance skills like change of body weight, spotting and use of floor space, while working on appropriate levels of leaps, jumps, kicks and turns. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots or turners.

This class DOES NOT perform in recital - technique only.
Monday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Tap CD
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor. For the intermediate and advanced tap dancer we study wings, pullbacks, syncopation, and other turning, challenging combinations while emphasizing speed and clarity.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing, no jeans. Black tap shoes, Oxfords for more intermediate/advanced dancers.
Monday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Company Ballet Technique
An intense ballet class for the more advanced ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence. Should be paired with a second class per week minimal - either another Technique or Pointe class. Company is BY INVITE ONLY.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Monday
7:45 PM to 9:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Contemporary 12+
This class is full
The expressive combination of choreography and technique with emphasis on emotion, performance and creativity. Our contemporary classes include both lyrical and modern foundations, and emphasis on improvisation and self-choreography. Dancers MUST be enrolled in at least one ballet class to register.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot and tan turning shoes required.
Monday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Continuing Adult Dance 18+
Geared for the advanced beginner or dancer of long ago, this class will feature different styles each session including Ballet, Jazz and Modern. Optional performance opportunities too!

Dress Code: any exercise clothing, pink ballet or tan jazz shoes are best. Both are not required.
Monday
7:45 PM to 8:40 PM
Studio D
Main
Jazz A1
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Monday
7:45 PM to 8:40 PM
Studio B
Main
Company Repertory Contemporary
This class is by invitation only. There are strict guidelines for attendance and participation. Students invited to participate must be serious dancers who take at least two ballet classes per week and Jazz in addition to this course. There will also be outside education and performance opportunities required for these students. If you are interested in this program, please discuss with Aly. Participation in Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary are prerequisites to be considered.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot or tan turning shoes.
Monday
9:00 PM to 10:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet & Jazz (9+)
This class gives a convenient option for students available during the day to learn both ballet and jazz in an extended class period. With home school mom and dancer, Gena, as the teacher, students and parents alike will enjoy the curriculum. For continuing or older beginning dancers.

Dress Code: Students must wear leotards and tights of any color. Ballet skirts or shorts are optional. Pink ballet shoes, split soles preferred. Tan jazz shoes optional. Hair should be in a bun.
Tuesday
1:00 PM to 2:30 PM
Studio A
Main
Combo 3/4
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will learn continuing skills of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 3/4 is for dancers with 3-4 years experience, or an older dancer with slightly less.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Tuesday
1:00 PM to 1:55 PM
Studio C
Main
Pre-Combo
More than a creative movement class for the beginner. Children enjoy a Doll Day, where they bring their favorite doll to dance with them! We work on large motor skills like balance and coordination, the ballet positions and pointed and flexed feet. Dancers love to explore new sounds with their tap shoes as they start to learn heels, toes, flaps and more! The learning is all disguised to keep your student motivated. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Tuesday
2:00 PM to 2:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Combo 1/2
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will take turns being “Dancer of the Day” and learn the basics of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 1/2 is for dancers with 1-2 years experience.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Tuesday
4:40 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio D
Main
Jazz (7-9)
This class is full
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Tuesday
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio B
Main
Pre-Combo
More than a creative movement class for the beginner. Children enjoy a Doll Day, where they bring their favorite doll to dance with them! We work on large motor skills like balance and coordination, the ballet positions and pointed and flexed feet. Dancers love to explore new sounds with their tap shoes as they start to learn heels, toes, flaps and more! The learning is all disguised to keep your student motivated. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Tuesday
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet/Pre-Pointe E
This class is designed for the serious ballet student and is a must for the future pointe student. Students are given a lengthy barre to establish proper body alignment, turnout and increase foot and ankle strength. We recommend serious ballet students take a ballet class at least twice per week from age 10 and up. Students will likely need to be enrolled in this course for more than one year before pointe shoe placement. Students receive a conference with the instructor to advise them of their progress, discuss strengths and goals for pointe preparation.



Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Tuesday
5:00 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio A
Main
Combo 4/5
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will learn continuing skills of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 4/5 is for the dancer with 4-5 years experience.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Tuesday
5:30 PM to 6:25 PM
Studio C
Main
Hip-Hop B
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Tuesday
5:30 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio B
Main
Mini Acrodance
Designed as an Add On class, students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Fitted dancewear, like leotard, unitard, biker shorts/tanks and no baggy clothing or jeans. No shoes required. Hair secured back for safety, not on the top of their head.
Tuesday
5:30 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio D
Main
Jazz E
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Tuesday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Leaps & Turns AB
This class is great for dancers who want to add to their technical toolbox. The class will include warm-up exercises that focus on flexibility and core strength to prepare for across the floor drills that enhance skills like change of body weight, spotting and use of floor space, while working on appropriate levels of leaps, jumps, kicks and turns. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots or turners.

This class DOES NOT perform in recital - technique only.
Tuesday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio B
Main
Mini Jazz/Hip-Hop
Recommended to be paired with a Ballet/Tap Combo class, this combination class for the dancer that wants to dabble in both styles! A little bit of jazz technique with a little bit of Hip-Hop choreography. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots and clean street tennis shoes. Dancers should bring both shoes each week.
Tuesday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio D
Main
Hip-Hop (7-9)
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Tuesday
6:30 PM to 7:15 PM
Studio C
Main
Advanced Acrodance
Designed as an Add On class, students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class. ADV is BY INVITE ONLY.

Dress Code: Fitted dancewear, like leotard, unitard, biker shorts/tanks and no baggy clothing or jeans. No shoes required. Hair secured back for safety, not on the top of their head.
Tuesday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet 10+
This separate ballet class is ideal for the older student who wishes to concentrate on ballet. Dancers will add to their barre exercises and beginning center work including port de bras, jumps and turns.

Dress Code: Students must wear leotards and tights of any color. Ballet skirts or shorts are optional. Pink ballet shoes, split soles preferred. Hair should be in a bun.
Tuesday
7:00 PM to 7:55 PM
Studio D
Main
Hip-Hop 12+
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Tuesday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Tap A
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor. For the intermediate and advanced tap dancer we study wings, pullbacks, syncopation, and other turning, challenging combinations while emphasizing speed and clarity.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing, no jeans. Black tap shoes, Oxfords for more intermediate/advanced dancers.
Tuesday
7:15 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet Technique T
An intense ballet class for the more advanced ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence. Should be paired with a second class per week minimal - either another Technique or Pointe class. Variations suggested as a third class option for this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Tuesday
7:45 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Advanced Tap
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor. For the intermediate and advanced tap dancer we study wings, pullbacks, syncopation, and other turning, challenging combinations while emphasizing speed and clarity. ADV is BY INVITE ONLY.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing, no jeans. Black tap shoes, Oxfords for more intermediate/advanced dancers.
Tuesday
8:00 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Hip-Hop A
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Tuesday
8:00 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Theatre Jazz 12+
Musical Theatre is a multiple disciplinary field that requires a well-rounded performer. This stylized jazz class will focus on specific technique and choreography that prepares the dancer for theatrical-style work, as well as the actor who is looking to improve his or her audition. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Tuesday
8:00 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio D
Main
Advanced Hip-Hop
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography. ADV is BY INVITE ONLY.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Tuesday
8:45 PM to 9:30 PM
Studio B
Main
Jazz T
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Tuesday
8:45 PM to 9:30 PM
Studio A
Main
Combo 1/2
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will take turns being “Dancer of the Day” and learn the basics of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 1/2 is for dancers with 1-2 years experience.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Wednesday
4:20 PM to 5:10 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet Technique B
An intense ballet class for the more advanced ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence. Should be paired with a second class per week minimal - either another Technique or Pointe class. Variations suggested as a third class option for this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Wednesday
4:45 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet/Pre-Pointe CD
This class is full
This class is designed for the serious ballet student and is a must for the future pointe student. Students are given a lengthy barre to establish proper body alignment, turnout and increase foot and ankle strength. We recommend serious ballet students take a ballet class at least twice per week from age 10 and up. Students will likely need to be enrolled in this course for more than one year before pointe shoe placement. Students receive a conference with the instructor to advise them of their progress, discuss strengths and goals for pointe preparation.



Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Wednesday
4:45 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Hip-Hop DE
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Wednesday
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio D
Main
Mini Jazz
Recommended to be paired with a Ballet/Tap Combo class, students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Wednesday
5:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio C
Main
Acrodance DE
Designed as an Add On class, students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Fitted dancewear, like leotard, unitard, biker shorts/tanks and no baggy clothing or jeans. No shoes required. Hair secured back for safety, not on the top of their head.
Wednesday
5:30 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio D
Main
Combo 3/4
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will learn continuing skills of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 3/4 is for dancers with 3-4 years experience, or an older dancer with slightly less.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Wednesday
6:00 PM to 6:55 PM
Studio C
Main
Jazz B
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Wednesday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Jazz D
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Wednesday
6:00 PM to 6:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Hip-Hop C
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Wednesday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio D
Main
Ballet Variations BC
For the serious ballet student, a fun class to focus on the choreography and performance aspect of ballet. Dancers will learn famous variations and perform for the class. Recommended as a THIRD Ballet class per week because there is no technical focus, only choreography. (Does not count for Rep requirements.)

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Wednesday
6:45 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio B
Main
Leaps & Turns AB
This class is great for dancers who want to add to their technical toolbox. The class will include warm-up exercises that focus on flexibility and core strength to prepare for across the floor drills that enhance skills like change of body weight, spotting and use of floor space, while working on appropriate levels of leaps, jumps, kicks and turns. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots or turners.

This class DOES NOT perform in recital - technique only.
Wednesday
6:45 PM to 7:30 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet Technique 12+
A ballet technique class for dancers without emphasis on pointe work. Dancers will do a full barre and center work. Great class for dancers who wish to progress their technique or a recreational dancer with high interest in ballet. This class can be paired with another Ballet Technique or Pointe class (depending on level) for the twice per week dancer.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Wednesday
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio D
Main
Cheer 8+
Cheerleading class for dancers interested in honing their pom skills, jumps and basic stunting in a team atmosphere. Students will also practice tryout skills, vocal yells, spiriting and more fun with a real cheer coach! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots OR clean tennis shoes. Special shoes may be necessary for performance routines.
Wednesday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Ballet Technique A2
This class is full
An intense ballet class for the more advanced ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence. Should be paired with a second class per week minimal - either another Technique or Pointe class. Variations suggested as a third class option for this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Wednesday
7:30 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Pointe A1
This class offers students concentrated barre and center work to continue their pointe training. Pointe shoes must be worn for a portion or all of the class period at teacher's discretion. In addition, dancers should be taking a Ballet Technique class and consider adding Ballet Variations at this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Properly fitted pointe shoes REQUIRED.
Wednesday
7:30 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Adult Tap 18+
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor. For adults age 18+ with little or no experience.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing, no jeans. Black tap shoes, Oxfords for more intermediate/advanced dancers.
Wednesday
7:45 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Jazz 12+
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Wednesday
8:00 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio D
Main
Repertory Contemporary A1
This class is by invitation only. There are strict guidelines for attendance and participation. Students invited to participate must be serious dancers who take at least two ballet classes per week and Jazz in addition to this course. There will also be outside education and performance opportunities required for these students. If you are interested in this program, please discuss with Aly. Participation in Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary are prerequisites to be considered.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot or tan turning shoes.
Wednesday
8:45 PM to 9:40 PM
Studio A
Main
Repertory Contemporary A2
This class is by invitation only. There are strict guidelines for attendance and participation. Students invited to participate must be serious dancers who take at least two ballet classes per week and Jazz in addition to this course. There will also be outside education and performance opportunities required for these students. If you are interested in this program, please discuss with Aly. Participation in Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary are prerequisites to be considered.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot or tan turning shoes.
Wednesday
8:45 PM to 9:40 PM
Studio B
Main
Creative Movement
This 30-minute class is designed to get little ones moving and grooving, with disguised learning to begin work on large motor skills like balance and coordination. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.

Dress Code: Students may wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color OR anything they are comfortable in. Nothing too baggy please. Ballet shoes are optional, not required.
Thursday
4:15 PM to 4:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Combo 3/4
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will learn continuing skills of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 3/4 is for dancers with 3-4 years experience, or an older dancer with slightly less.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Thursday
4:45 PM to 5:40 PM
Studio C
Main
Mini Acrodance
Designed as an Add On class, students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Fitted dancewear, like leotard, unitard, biker shorts/tanks and no baggy clothing or jeans. No shoes required. Hair secured back for safety, not on the top of their head.
Thursday
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio D
Main
Ballet Technique A3
This class is full
An intense ballet class for the more advanced ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence. Should be paired with a second class per week minimal - either another Technique or Pointe class. Variations suggested as a third class option for this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Thursday
5:00 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio B
Main
Pointe B
This class offers students concentrated barre and center work to continue their pointe training. Pointe shoes must be worn for a portion or all of the class period at teacher's discretion. In addition, dancers should be taking a Ballet Technique class and consider adding Ballet Variations at this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Properly fitted pointe shoes REQUIRED.
Thursday
5:15 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet (7-9)
The separate ballet class is ideal for the younger student who wishes to concentrate on ballet. Dancers will add to their barre exercises and beginning center work including port de bras, jumps and turns. This class is the necessary next step for a dancer with future pointe shoe goals.

Dress Code: Students must wear leotards and tights of any color. Ballet skirts or shorts are optional. Pink ballet shoes, split soles preferred. Hair should be in a bun.
Thursday
5:30 PM to 6:25 PM
Studio D
Main
Pre-Combo
More than a creative movement class for the beginner. Children enjoy a Doll Day, where they bring their favorite doll to dance with them! We work on large motor skills like balance and coordination, the ballet positions and pointed and flexed feet. Dancers love to explore new sounds with their tap shoes as they start to learn heels, toes, flaps and more! The learning is all disguised to keep your student motivated. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Thursday
5:45 PM to 6:30 PM
Studio C
Main
Contemporary B
The expressive combination of choreography and technique with emphasis on emotion, performance and creativity. Our contemporary classes include both lyrical and modern foundations, and emphasis on improvisation and self-choreography. Dancers MUST be enrolled in at least one ballet class to register.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot and tan turning shoes required.
Thursday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio B
Main
Repertory Contemporary A3
This class is by invitation only. There are strict guidelines for attendance and participation. Students invited to participate must be serious dancers who take at least two ballet classes per week and Jazz in addition to this course. There will also be outside education and performance opportunities required for these students. If you are interested in this program, please discuss with Aly. Participation in Ballet, Jazz and Contemporary are prerequisites to be considered.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot or tan turning shoes.
Thursday
6:15 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio A
Main
Acrodance (7-9)
Designed as an Add On class, students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Fitted dancewear, like leotard, unitard, biker shorts/tanks and no baggy clothing or jeans. No shoes required. Hair secured back for safety, not on the top of their head.
Thursday
6:30 PM to 7:15 PM
Studio D
Main
Tap (8-11)
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing, no jeans. Black tap shoes.
Thursday
6:30 PM to 7:15 PM
Studio C
Main
Advanced Leaps & Turns
This class is great for dancers who want to add to their technical toolbox. The class will include warm-up exercises that focus on flexibility and core strength to prepare for across the floor drills that enhance skills like change of body weight, spotting and use of floor space, while working on appropriate levels of leaps, jumps, kicks and turns. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots or turners.

This class DOES NOT perform in recital - technique only.
Thursday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Ballet Variations A2/3
This class is full
For the serious ballet student, a fun class to focus on the choreography and performance aspect of ballet. Dancers will learn famous variations and perform for the class. Recommended as a THIRD Ballet class per week because there is no technical focus, only choreography. (Does not count for Rep requirements.)

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Thursday
7:00 PM to 7:45 PM
Studio B
Main
Acrodance BC
Designed as an Add On class, students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Fitted dancewear, like leotard, unitard, biker shorts/tanks and no baggy clothing or jeans. No shoes required. Hair secured back for safety, not on the top of their head.
Thursday
7:15 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio C
Main
Pointe T
This class offers students concentrated barre and center work to continue their pointe training. Pointe shoes must be worn for a portion or all of the class period at teacher's discretion. In addition, dancers should be taking a Ballet Technique class and consider adding Ballet Variations at this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Properly fitted pointe shoes REQUIRED.
Thursday
7:15 PM to 8:15 PM
Studio D
Main
Ballet Variations CO/A1
For the serious ballet student, a fun class to focus on the choreography and performance aspect of ballet. Dancers will learn famous variations and perform for the class. Recommended as a THIRD Ballet class per week because there is no technical focus, only choreography. (Does not count for Rep requirements.)

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Thursday
7:45 PM to 8:40 PM
Studio B
Main
Jazz A2
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Thursday
7:45 PM to 8:40 PM
Studio A
Main
Tap BC
This class concentrates on everything from basic tap technique to clarity of sound and combining new steps in patterns to travel across the floor. For the intermediate and advanced tap dancer we study wings, pullbacks, syncopation, and other turning, challenging combinations while emphasizing speed and clarity.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing, no jeans. Black tap shoes, Oxfords for more intermediate/advanced dancers.
Thursday
8:00 PM to 8:45 PM
Studio C
Main
Contemporary T
This class is full
The expressive combination of choreography and technique with emphasis on emotion, performance and creativity. Our contemporary classes include both lyrical and modern foundations, and emphasis on improvisation and self-choreography. Dancers MUST be enrolled in at least one ballet class to register.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot and tan turning shoes required.
Thursday
8:15 PM to 9:00 PM
Studio D
Main
Company Jazz
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength. Company is BY INVITE ONLY.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Thursday
8:45 PM to 9:45 PM
Studio A
Main
Pointe A2
This class offers students concentrated barre and center work to continue their pointe training. Pointe shoes must be worn for a portion or all of the class period at teacher's discretion. In addition, dancers should be taking a Ballet Technique class and consider adding Ballet Variations at this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Properly fitted pointe shoes REQUIRED.
Thursday
8:45 PM to 9:40 PM
Studio B
Main
Ballet/Pre-Pointe DE
This class is designed for the serious ballet student and is a must for the future pointe student. Students are given a lengthy barre to establish proper body alignment, turnout and increase foot and ankle strength. We recommend serious ballet students take a ballet class at least twice per week from age 10 and up. Students will likely need to be enrolled in this course for more than one year before pointe shoe placement. Students receive a conference with the instructor to advise them of their progress, discuss strengths and goals for pointe preparation.



Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Friday
5:15 PM to 6:30 PM
Studio A
Main
Combo 1/2
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will take turns being “Dancer of the Day” and learn the basics of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 1/2 is for dancers with 1-2 years experience.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Friday
5:30 PM to 6:20 PM
Studio C
Main
Hip-Hop 8+
Current “street” styles and pop music mix for a fun, energetic class of warm-up, isolations, tricks and choreography.

Dress Code: Style-appropriate clothing is acceptable. No jeans. Tennis shoes must have light, clean sole to avoid black markings on floor.
Saturday
9:15 AM to 10:00 AM
Studio D
Main
Ballet Technique BC
An intense ballet class for the more advanced ballet dancer - complete with full barre, center work and reverence. Should be paired with a second class per week minimal - either another Technique or Pointe class. Variations suggested as a third class option for this level.

Dress Code: Students must wear black leotards and pink tights. No skirts or additional layers after warm-up. Hair must be secured in a bun. Pink split sole ballet shoes.
Saturday
9:30 AM to 10:45 AM
Studio A
Main
Pre-Combo
More than a creative movement class for the beginner. Children enjoy a Doll Day, where they bring their favorite doll to dance with them! We work on large motor skills like balance and coordination, the ballet positions and pointed and flexed feet. Dancers love to explore new sounds with their tap shoes as they start to learn heels, toes, flaps and more! The learning is all disguised to keep your student motivated. Self-expression through music and movement is highly encouraged.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Saturday
9:30 AM to 10:15 AM
Studio C
Main
Ballet 8+
The separate ballet class is ideal for the younger student who wishes to concentrate on ballet. Dancers will add to their barre exercises and beginning center work including port de bras, jumps and turns. This class is the necessary next step for a dancer with future pointe shoe goals.

Dress Code: Students must wear leotards and tights of any color. Ballet skirts or shorts are optional. Pink ballet shoes, split soles preferred. Hair should be in a bun.
Saturday
10:00 AM to 10:55 AM
Studio D
Main
Continuing Modern Studies
This class will focus on classical modern techniques like Horton and Graham, with an emphasis on conditioning and technical development, as well as touch on the history of each technique and how it connects to dance today. Dancers ages 16+ with experience, must be enrolled in at least one other technique class to participate. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot.
Saturday
10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
Studio B
Main
Mini Acrodance
Designed as an Add On class, students will add components of gymnastics that are applicable for dancers. Beginning with a flexibility- and strength-based warm-up, through stations to build skills and tricks, this class is fun for all dancers who wish to add a little acro to their dance! ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Fitted dancewear, like leotard, unitard, biker shorts/tanks and no baggy clothing or jeans. No shoes required. Hair secured back for safety, not on the top of their head.
Saturday
10:15 AM to 11:00 AM
Studio D
Main
Combo 3/4
A Ballet and Tap combination class for a beginning or continuing student. They will learn continuing skills of both styles. Ballet skills include all 5 positions, more advanced traveling motor skills (chasse, polka skips, etc.) and beginning barre work. In tap, dancers will master shuffles, shim-shams, walking/running flaps and more! Level 3/4 is for dancers with 3-4 years experience, or an older dancer with slightly less.

Dress Code: Students should wear tights, leotards, skirts, biker shorts, and unitards of any color. Pink ballet shoes (avoid slippers) and black tap shoes.
Saturday
11:00 AM to 11:55 AM
Studio C
Main
Jazz 8+
Students will learn jazz technique and stylized movement, including proper stretching and performance skills while increasing their flexibility and strength.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Tan jazz boots. Special shoes may be necessary for stylized routines.
Saturday
11:00 AM to 11:45 AM
Studio D
Main
Modern Studies
This class will focus on classical modern techniques like Horton and Graham, with an emphasis on conditioning and technical development, as well as touch on the history of each technique and how it connects to dance today. Dancers ages 12+ must be enrolled in at least one other technique class to participate. ADD ON CLASS SPECIAL - only $60 when added to a regularly-priced class.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot.
Saturday
11:00 AM to 11:45 AM
Studio B
Main
Contemporary BC
The expressive combination of choreography and technique with emphasis on emotion, performance and creativity. Our contemporary classes include both lyrical and modern foundations, and emphasis on improvisation and self-choreography. Dancers MUST be enrolled in at least one ballet class to register.

Dress Code: Students should wear fitted clothing. No long pants or extremely baggy clothing. Barefoot and tan turning shoes required.
Saturday
10:45 PM to 11:30 PM
Studio A
Main


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