Name
Days
Location
Adventures with Bluey #2
It's SO nice, we're doing it twice! It's time for another adventure with Bluey...
Say G'day to Bluey!!! Bluey is a six-year-old Blue Heeler pup who loves to play and we're ready to spend a week in the wonderful world of her imaginative games! Get ready to go DANCE MODE as we sail through four days of music, games, crafts and fun! Dancers will finish the camp with a free final performance for family and friends.

Camp Dates: June 24-27
Camp Times: 9:30-11:30am
Camp Location: TSDC studio B
Recommended Ages: 3-6

Full Camp Fee $125.00. A NON-REFUNDABLE $75.00 registration deposit is due at the time of registration and the camp balance is due by the first day of camp.
*Minimum of 4 dancers for camp to occur.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Studio B
Adventures with Bluey #2
Back by popular demand! It's time for another adventure with Bluey...
Say G'day to Bluey!!! Bluey is a six-year-old Blue Heeler pup who loves to play and we're ready to spend a week in the wonderful world of her imaginative games! Get ready to go DANCE MODE as we sail through four days of music, games, crafts and fun! Dancers will finish the camp with a free final performance for family and friends.

Camp Dates: June 17-20
Camp Times: 9:30-11:30am
Camp Location: TSDC studio B
Recommended Ages: 3-6

Full Camp Fee $125.00. A NON-REFUNDABLE $75.00 registration deposit is due at the time of registration and the camp balance is due by the first day of camp.
*Minimum of 4 dancers for camp to occur.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Studio B

2023-24 Season

Name
Days
Location
Shooting Stars
Our Shooting Stars class is as rare and special as every shooting star. This class was created with our special need dancers in mind, those who love music and dancing yet just want to have fun.  We will focus on the elements of dance that your special needs dancer can excel at while introducing fun moves and music.  We hope to have this class bring out the magic in their eyes as we dance to music they know and enjoy, with other dancers of similar skill sets.

This class is designed for our special needs dancers; those stars who shine in ways outside the dance technique structure and love to dance all the same. Space will be limited for comfort and safety of our shooting star dancers. Our instructor will contact the parents/guardians prior to our first class, so that she can get to know your dancer and how to best help them have a great dance experience. Class time will be 30 minutes in length and parents are encouraged to participate if they feel comfortable.

12:00 PM to 12:00 PM
Studio A
Baby Stars A
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Monday
10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Studio A
Little Lights A
Just like math, science, and reading, music and movement play a huge role in a child’s development. Not only are they given a chance to get out some energy, but they are also growing both physically and socially. Our Little Lights program is a 30 minute parent and tot class of music, movement, stories, games, and fun designed to help your little one achieve these things and more! Through guided activities and play you and your little mover will work together to learn teamwork and sharing skills, to express emotion, develop both small and large motor skills, improve balance and coordination, meet and make friends, as well as simply spend special time together.

Little Lights classes are taught in sessions, each session lasting 6 weeks. Classes meet once weekly for 30 minutes each class. Sessions are billed individually at $75 each.
Monday
10:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Studio A
Homeschool All Stars
Tap and ballet class for ages 5 to 8.

The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap and ballet foundations.
Monday
12:00 PM to 12:45 PM
Studio A
Acro/Power Tumble
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Monday
6:00 PM to 7:00 PM
Studio A
Acro/Tumble 3
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Monday
7:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio A
Tumble Tots B
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Tuesday
10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Studio A
Combined Tumble 1/2 Homeschool
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Tuesday
10:30 AM to 11:15 AM
Studio A
Comp Team A/Fusion
The competition dance teams work toward performing on stage multiple times throughout the dance season. Dancers spend their class time advancing their technical skills while promoting teamwork, goal reaching, and self esteem. Competitive dance is a great choice for the dancer who loves to dance and is ready for more. The goal of the TSDC competition teams are to provide a fun and challenging way for students to take their dancing to the next level. Our competition teams will be given opportunities to work hard with guest instructors, master new skills, build strong friendships and be provided a way to excel individually through solos, small group specialty numbers, as well as by being a valuable member of a team.

Our competition teams compete routines in various disciplines that may include lyrical, character, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, prop and more. Teams will attend a dance convention/workshop in the fall and at least 2-3 competitions in the spring with the option of more for solos, duos, and small groups.

Class attendance is required and a strong commitment is expected from each dancer throughout the entire season, Sept-June.
Tuesday
11:15 AM to 12:15 PM
Studio A
Petite Star C
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio A
Mini Stars
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
5:15 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio A
Small Stars
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
6:15 PM to 7:15 PM
Studio A
Tumble 1 Homeschool B
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Wednesday
10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
Studio A
Tumble 2 Homeschool
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Wednesday
10:45 AM to 11:30 AM
Studio A
Petite Star D
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Wednesday
1:00 PM to 1:45 PM
Studio A
Little Lights C
Just like math, science, and reading, music and movement play a huge role in a child’s development. Not only are they given a chance to get out some energy, but they are also growing both physically and socially. Our Little Lights program is a 30 minute parent and tot class of music, movement, stories, games, and fun designed to help your little one achieve these things and more! Through guided activities and play you and your little mover will work together to learn teamwork and sharing skills, to express emotion, develop both small and large motor skills, improve balance and coordination, meet and make friends, as well as simply spend special time together.

Little Lights classes are taught in sessions, each session lasting 6 weeks. Classes meet once weekly for 30 minutes each class. Sessions are billed individually at $75 each.
Thursday
10:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Studio A
Adult Ballet A
Our adult classes are the perfect place to start, whether you’re ready for your first dance class ever or looking for a gentle re-entry to movement. You’ll be guided through the fundamentals of ballet technique in a welcoming, lighthearted environment. We laugh and sweat our way through classical ballet barre, tap sequences, jazz walks, gentle stretching, and build on our progress with movement across and center floor. Join us for dynamic, come-as-you-are classes designed to combine a high-quality technical foundation with the freedom and joy of dance. Adult dance classes can be started at any time.
Thursday
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Studio A
Pre-Pointe Ballet
**This is a required class for dancers hoping to move on to pointe. **

Our pre pointe class is offered to students who are not yet on pointe, but are working toward it, to further develop and strengthen the muscles necessary to go en pointe. Dancers already en pointe or those wishing to improve overall skills will find this a perfect class to continue to develop strength and technique beyond what is provided in other classes. 

Much of class time will be spent bare foot at the barre and center floor building strength and technique, and then with shoes, moving across the floor, as well as in combinations.
Thursday
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Studio A
Adult Ballet B
Our adult classes are the perfect place to start, whether you’re ready for your first dance class ever or looking for a gentle re-entry to movement. You’ll be guided through the fundamentals of ballet technique in a welcoming, lighthearted environment. We laugh and sweat our way through classical ballet barre, tap sequences, jazz walks, gentle stretching, and build on our progress with movement across and center floor. Join us for dynamic, come-as-you-are classes designed to combine a high-quality technical foundation with the freedom and joy of dance. Adult dance classes can be started at any time.
Thursday
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio A
Pointe Ballet
Our en pointe class is offered to students who have completed the pre-pointe class and have been instructed to advance in further developing and strengthening ballet technique. 

Class time will be spent in pointe shoes at the barre and center floor building strength and technique, and then  moving across the floor, as well as in combinations.
Thursday
7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Studio A
Competition Team B/Synergy
The competition dance teams work toward performing on stage multiple times throughout the dance season. Dancers spend their class time advancing their technical skills while promoting teamwork, goal reaching, and self esteem. Competitive dance is a great choice for the dancer who loves to dance and is ready for more. The goal of the TSDC competition teams are to provide a fun and challenging way for students to take their dancing to the next level. Our competition teams will be given opportunities to work hard with guest instructors, master new skills, build strong friendships and be provided a way to excel individually through solos, small group specialty numbers, as well as by being a valuable member of a team.

Our competition teams compete routines in various disciplines that may include lyrical, character, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, prop and more. Teams will attend a dance convention/workshop in the fall and at least 2-3 competitions in the spring with the option of more for solos, duos, and small groups.

Class attendance is required and a strong commitment is expected from each dancer throughout then entire season, Sept-June.
M 4:30 PM-5:30 PM
W 4:30 PM-5:30 PM
Th 4:30 PM-5:30 PM
Studio A
Competition Team C/ Alight
The competition dance teams work toward performing on stage multiple times throughout the dance season. Dancers spend their class time advancing their technical skills while promoting teamwork, goal reaching, and self esteem. Competitive dance is a great choice for the dancer who loves to dance and is ready for more. The goal of the TSDC competition teams are to provide a fun and challenging way for students to take their dancing to the next level. Our competition teams will be given opportunities to work hard with guest instructors, master new skills, build strong friendships and be provided a way to excel individually through solos, small group specialty numbers, as well as by being a valuable member of a team.

Our competition teams compete routines in various disciplines that may include lyrical, character, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, prop and more. Teams will attend a dance convention/workshop in the fall and at least 2-3 competitions in the spring with the option of more for solos, duos, and small groups.

Class attendance is required and a strong commitment is expected from each dancer throughout then entire season, Sept-June.
M 5:30 PM-6:30 PM
W 5:30 PM-6:45 PM
Th 5:30 PM-6:30 PM
Studio A
Competition Team D/ Eclipse
The competition dance teams work toward performing on stage multiple times throughout the dance season. Dancers spend their class time advancing their technical skills while promoting teamwork, goal reaching, and self esteem. Competitive dance is a great choice for the dancer who loves to dance and is ready for more. The goal of the TSDC competition teams are to provide a fun and challenging way for students to take their dancing to the next level. Our competition teams will be given opportunities to work hard with guest instructors, master new skills, build strong friendships and be provided a way to excel individually through solos, small group specialty numbers, as well as by being a valuable member of a team.

Our competition teams compete routines in various disciplines that may include lyrical, character, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, prop and more. Teams will attend a dance convention/workshop in the fall and at least 2-3 competitions in the spring with the option of more for solos, duos, and small groups.

Class attendance is required and a strong commitment is expected from each dancer throughout then entire season, Sept-June.
M 6:30 PM-7:30 PM
W 6:45 PM-8:00 PM
Th 6:30 PM-7:30 PM
Studio A
Competition Team E/ Blaze
The competition dance teams work toward performing on stage multiple times throughout the dance season. Dancers spend their class time advancing their technical skills while promoting teamwork, goal reaching, and self esteem. Competitive dance is a great choice for the dancer who loves to dance and is ready for more. The goal of the TSDC competition teams are to provide a fun and challenging way for students to take their dancing to the next level. Our competition teams will be given opportunities to work hard with guest instructors, master new skills, build strong friendships and be provided a way to excel individually through solos, small group specialty numbers, as well as by being a valuable member of a team.

Our competition teams compete routines in various disciplines that may include lyrical, character, hip hop, jazz, musical theater, prop and more. Teams will attend a dance convention/workshop in the fall and at least 2-3 competitions in the spring with the option of more for solos, duos, and small groups.

Class attendance is required and a strong commitment is expected from each dancer throughout then entire season, Sept-June.
M 7:30 PM-8:30 PM
Th 6:45 PM-7:45 PM
F 3:00 PM-4:30 PM
Studio A
Petite Star A
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Monday
10:00 AM to 10:45 AM
Studio B
Tumble Tots A
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Monday
10:45 AM to 11:15 AM
Studio B
Tumble 1 Homeschool A
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Monday
11:15 AM to 12:00 PM
Studio B
Mini Cheer
The Studio Cheer Company is open to cheerleaders age 5 and up. Our cheer program focuses on the fundamentals of cheer and dance in a fun, energetic and safe atmosphere. We strongly encourage being part of a team, making friends and giving your best to learn cheers, chants, dances, and team and partner stunts. Currently our cheer program is recreational only—no competitions. NO Tryouts and no cheer or dance experience required – Everyone is welcome!

Squads meet once per week, alternating between tumbling, cheer and jump technique, and stunting. Class attire should consist of good, supportive tennis shoes, shorts or leggings and tighter fitting exercise tops-no baggy t shirts please. Hair needs to be pulled back off the face and no jewelry should be worn. Each squad will learn a competition style routine to perform at the year-end recital as well as perform with the tumbling classes. Uniform package purchase is required for recital participation.
Monday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio B
Junior Cheer
The Studio Cheer Company is open to cheerleaders age 5 and up. Our cheer program focuses on the fundamentals of cheer and dance in a fun, energetic and safe atmosphere. We strongly encourage being part of a team, making friends and giving your best to learn cheers, chants, dances, and team and partner stunts. Currently our cheer program is recreational only—no competitions. NO Tryouts and no cheer or dance experience required – Everyone is welcome!

Squads meet once per week, alternating between tumbling, cheer and jump technique, and stunting. Class attire should consist of good, supportive tennis shoes, shorts or leggings and tighter fitting exercise tops-no baggy t shirts please. Hair needs to be pulled back off the face and no jewelry should be worn. Each squad will learn a competition style routine to perform at the year-end recital as well as perform with the tumbling classes. Uniform package purchase is required for recital participation.
Monday
5:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio B
Petite Star B
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
10:30 AM to 11:15 AM
Studio B
Baby Stars B
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
11:15 AM to 11:45 AM
Studio B
Tiny Stars
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio B
Nova/Super Stars
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Studio B
Super/Nova Stars
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Tuesday
5:30 PM to 6:30 PM
Studio B
Little Lights B
Just like math, science, and reading, music and movement play a huge role in a child’s development. Not only are they given a chance to get out some energy, but they are also growing both physically and socially. Our Little Lights program is a 30 minute parent and tot class of music, movement, stories, games, and fun designed to help your little one achieve these things and more! Through guided activities and play you and your little mover will work together to learn teamwork and sharing skills, to express emotion, develop both small and large motor skills, improve balance and coordination, meet and make friends, as well as simply spend special time together.

Little Lights classes are taught in sessions, each session lasting 6 weeks. Classes meet once weekly for 30 minutes each class. Sessions are billed individually at $75 each.
Wednesday
10:00 AM to 10:30 AM
Studio B
Baby Stars C
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Wednesday
10:30 AM to 11:00 AM
Studio B
Homeschool Dance 6-10 yrs
The Homeschool Star Dance class is a recreational program open to dancers ages 5-8. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Dance classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced in the hour-long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Wednesday
11:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Studio B
Kidz Hip Hop
Hip Hop is a loose jazz form sometimes referred to as funk and is often seen in music videos and in dance clubs. At The Studio, instructors work to teach upbeat, high-energy, and rhythmic combinations focusing on body isolations and smooth or sharp movements while allowing each dancer to express themselves as they “feel”. Music and choreography are always age appropriate and family friendly!
Wednesday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio B
Tweenz Hip Hop
Hip Hop is a loose jazz form sometimes referred to as funk and is often seen in music videos and in dance clubs. At The Studio, instructors work to teach upbeat, high-energy, and rhythmic combinations focusing on body isolations and smooth or sharp movements while allowing each dancer to express themselves as they “feel”. Music and choreography are always age appropriate and family friendly!
Wednesday
5:15 PM to 6:15 PM
Studio B
Juniorz Hip Hop
Hip Hop is a loose jazz form sometimes referred to as funk and is often seen in music videos and in dance clubs. At The Studio, instructors work to teach upbeat, high-energy, and rhythmic combinations focusing on body isolations and smooth or sharp movements while allowing each dancer to express themselves as they “feel”. Music and choreography are always age appropriate and family friendly!
Wednesday
6:15 PM to 7:15 PM
Studio B
Tiny Stars 2
The Star Dance classes are a recreational program open to dancers ages 2.5 and up. Classes are a combination of tap, ballet, and *jazz or tumbling styles with the focus being on building a strong, well-rounded dance foundation while having fun learning new skills. Technique, terminology, and routines are learned in each discipline.

Star classes are held once per week through the dance season, Sept-June. Each class will learn routines that are performed at a year-end recital held in June. Class participants are required to have pink ballet shoes and black tap shoes. Class attire should be dance in nature (leotards, tights, skirts, leggings, etc) with hair pulled back off the face. Costume/prop purchases are required for participation in the recital.

*Jazz is introduced at the Kindergarten/1st grade level in the hour long classes, prior to that focus is on tap, ballet and beg tumbling.
Thursday
4:45 PM to 5:30 PM
Studio B
Jr Company
TSDC Dance Companies are recreational classes open to dancers ages 7 and up. Classes will focus on strength, flexibility, technique, and performance skills while incorporating lyrical/contemporary styles of dance. Contemporary/Lyrical dance is the fusion of ballet and jazz technique. Expression from inner emotions is a primary factor in choreographing and interpreting this art form. This style of dance interprets music and words, showing the emotion of the contents of the music. Classes are meant to be a fun, safe place to continue growing and learning the art of commercial dance while preparing students to succeed outside of the studio.
Thursday
5:45 PM to 6:45 PM
Studio B
Tumble 1
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Friday
4:30 PM to 5:15 PM
Studio B
Tumble 2
Tumbling classes provide a safe place to learn the basics or work on advancing your skills as each student moves at his/her own pace. The instructor will guide the class towards increased flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline and concentration. This class will focus on fundamental tumbling technique, teaching such skills as forward and back rolls, handstands, cartwheels, back bends, walkovers, balance tricks, working into power moves such as front and back handsprings and aerial cartwheels all at each student’s individual level of experience. Our focus on each student’s individual level and skill set will help your child gain the basics of tumbling that are necessary for development and growth in dance, cheerleading, and overall fitness.

Classes are held once per week through the dance season and end with a performance in the year-end recital. A tumbling uniform purchase is required for participation in the recital. Class attire should exercise clothing in nature keeping in mind that a lot of time is spent upside down. Leotards or tank tops work perfectly as they are tight fitting and stay down. No shoes on the mats and hair should be pulled back and secured at the base of the neck.
Friday
5:15 PM to 6:00 PM
Studio B

Summer 2024

Name
Days
Location
'24-25 Competition Team Placements
Any dancer wishing to be placed on a competitive team for the 2024-25 season will be required to attend a four-day technique intensive and team placement audition. Intensive will take place Aug 5-8, 2024, from 5-8pm*. Dancers will be divided by age for classes, 4.5-8, 9-12 and 13+. Dancers may be asked to move to a different age group for classes to help determine team placement. *Dancers ages 4.5-8 will attend Aug 5-8, 2024, from 4:00-5:30pm.

Each day classes will be split between ballet, jazz/hip hop, and turns/leaps. Dancers will be required to be in black leotards and leggings and have correct shoes for classes.

All dancers in attendance will be offered a place on one of our competition teams. The number of teams and the size of each team will be determined by staff during the intensive and will be announced to dancers by the end of the session. Teams are put together to highlight the overall group and give each dancer the best opportunity for growth and success. Team placement is not determined by age.

Team members are required to submit signed team contracts by the end of the placement process. Contract is available for preview at The Studio and will be emailed to each registered dancer prior to placement week.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
5:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Studio A
Adventures with Bluey #1
Back by popular demand! It's time for another adventure with Bluey...
Say G'day to Bluey!!! Bluey is a six-year-old Blue Heeler pup who loves to play and we're ready to spend a week in the wonderful world of her imaginative games! Get ready to go DANCE MODE as we sail through four days of music, games, crafts and fun! Dancers will finish the camp with a free final performance for family and friends.

Camp Dates: June 17-20
Camp Times: 9:30-11:30am
Camp Location: TSDC studio B
Recommended Ages: 3-6

Full Camp Fee $125.00. A NON-REFUNDABLE $75.00 registration deposit is due at the time of registration and the camp balance is due by the first day of camp.
*Minimum of 4 dancers for camp to occur.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Studio B
Adventures with Bluey #2
It's SO nice, we're doing it twice...
Say G'day to Bluey!!! Bluey is a six-year-old Blue Heeler pup who loves to play and we're ready to spend a week in the wonderful world of her imaginative games! Get ready to go DANCE MODE as we sail through four days of music, games, crafts and fun! Dancers will finish the camp with a free final performance for family and friends.

Camp Dates: June 24-27
Camp Times: 9:30-11:30am
Camp Location: TSDC studio B
Recommended Ages: 3-6

Full Camp Fee is $125.00. A NON-REFUNDABLE $75.00 registration deposit is due at the time of registration and the camp balance is due by the first day of camp. *Minimum of 4 dancers for camp to occur.
Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday
9:30 AM to 11:30 AM
Studio B
Bk Handsprings/Aerials Only! Session 1
Open to students with mastered basic/intermediate skills that are ready for or want to work towards acquiring aerial/back handspring. Strength exercises, skill breakdowns and progressions, and skill drills will be focused on intensely. Twice per week for 1.5 hour in a two-week block. $90 per session.
Tuesday Thursday
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Studio A
Bk Handsprings/Aerials Only! Session 3
Open to students with mastered basic/intermediate skills that are ready for or want to work towards acquiring aerial/back handspring. Strength exercises, skill breakdowns and progressions, and skill drills will be focused on intensely. Twice per week for 1.5 hour in a two-week block. $90 per session.
Tuesday Thursday
11:00 AM to 12:30 PM
Harvest Days Parade
Don’t miss out on a favorite Studio tradition— the Harvest Days Parade! Join us for a week of fun and friends as we learn and practice our parade routine. We end the week with a spectator-filled dance down Main Street on Saturday morning. Join us as a dancer, walker, or ride on board our float. Parade participation is open to all Studio dancers past, present, and future. Invite your friends and create a wonderful summer memory.
Camp Dates: July 15-20
Camp Times: 5-6:30pm M-Th, 9-10:30am Fri, and parade Saturday morning*
Camp Location: TSDC studio A

Recommended Ages: 6+ (We welcome riders on our decorated trailer from ages 3 and up! Riders do not need to attend practices but should register. Shirts can be ordered for riders at $15 each or wear your TSDC costume!) The parade route is approximately 1 mile. Participants are expected to dance/walk the entire route.

Participation fee for dancers is $55. Fee includes custom t shirt to be worn in the parade. Fee is non-refundable and due upon registration. Additional shirts can be ordered at $15 per shirt.
*Parade details will be given out during rehearsals but plan for a check in time of 8:30am on Saturday!
M 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Tu 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
W 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
Th 5:00 PM-6:30 PM
F 9:00 AM-10:30 AM
Sa 8:30 AM-11:30 AM
Studio A
Tumble/Acro 1 Session 2
Classes will focus on building strength and stamina, new skills, and polishing existing tricks. Keep your body limber and muscles in shape by getting them moving in class! Classes will be separated by age and skill levels. Classes meet twice per week for 1 hour in a 2-week block.

Tumble/Acro I is open to beginning tumblers or ages 5-8. Beginning tumblers work on skills such as rolls, handstands, cartwheels, and bridges. $65 per session.
Tuesday Thursday
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Tumble/Acro 1 Session 3
Classes will focus on building strength and stamina, new skills, and polishing existing tricks. Keep your body limber and muscles in shape by getting them moving in class! Classes will be separated by age and skill levels. Classes meet twice per week for 1 hour in a 2-week block.

Tumble/Acro I is open to beginning tumblers or ages 5-8. Beginning tumblers work on skills such as rolls, handstands, cartwheels, and bridges. $65 per session.
Tuesday Thursday
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Tumble/Acro 2 Session 2
Classes will focus on building strength and stamina, new skills, and polishing existing tricks. Keep your body limber and muscles in shape by getting them moving in class!
Tumble/Acro II is open to intermediate + tumblers or ages 9 and up. Intermediate tumblers can perform beginning skills (rolls, handstands, cartwheels, and bridges) and will work on variations of them as well as limbers, kick overs, and running skills. Classes meet twice per week for 1 hour in a 2-week block. $65 per session.
Tuesday Thursday
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Tumble/Acro 2 Session 3
Classes will focus on building strength and stamina, new skills, and polishing existing tricks. Keep your body limber and muscles in shape by getting them moving in class!
Tumble/Acro II is open to intermediate + tumblers or ages 9 and up. Intermediate tumblers can perform beginning skills (rolls, handstands, cartwheels, and bridges) and will work on variations of them as well as limbers, kick overs, and running skills. Classes meet twice per week for 1 hour in a 2-week block. $65 per session.
Tuesday Thursday
10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Turns and Technique BEG/ages 5-8
Twelve fabulous classes–three months’ worth of stretching, barre work for strength, and fine-tuning technique on leaps and turns await you this summer! Keep working to improve or get a step ahead for classes in the fall. Short combinations will be taught in various styles to encourage performance skills and the ability to learn quickly. A positive environment will be provided to continue to advance your dance level and technique! This class is very strongly recommended for all dancers interested in competition. Open to ALL dancers ages 5 and up.

*Classes start Mon, June 19 and run weekly* through Thurs, August 4th* (July 3 & 5 classes held on July 6 & 7, and no classes the week of July 10 as we will be at Nationals.)

MON/WED 9:00am-10:00am (BEG/ages 5-8)

1 hr per class/12 classes total $150 per student.

*Classes may be split further by The Studio based on registrations. You will be notified of any changes prior to classes starting.
Monday Wednesday
9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
Studio A
Turns and Technique BEG/INT ages 9-12
Twelve fabulous classes–three months’ worth of stretching, barre work for strength, and fine-tuning technique on leaps and turns await you this summer! Keep working to improve or get a step ahead for classes in the fall. Short combinations will be taught in various styles to encourage performance skills and the ability to learn quickly. A positive environment will be provided to continue to advance your dance level and technique! This class is very strongly recommended for all dancers interested in competition. Open to ALL dancers ages 5 and up.

*Classes start Mon, June 19 and run weekly* through Thurs, August 4th* (July 3 & 5 classes held on July 6 & 7, and no classes the week of July 10 as we will be at Nationals.) **Class start date may be adjusted to accommodate end of year school dates**

MON/WED 10:00am-11:15am (BEG/INT ages 9-12)

1.25 hrs per class/12 classes total $195 per student

*Classes may be split further by The Studio based on registrations. You will be notified of any changes prior to classes starting.
Monday Wednesday
10:00 AM to 11:15 AM
Studio A
Turns and Technique INT/ADV ages 12+
Twelve fabulous classes–three months’ worth of stretching, barre work for strength, and fine-tuning technique on leaps and turns await you this summer! Keep working to improve or get a step ahead for classes in the fall. Short combinations will be taught in various styles to encourage performance skills and the ability to learn quickly. A positive environment will be provided to continue to advance your dance level and technique! This class is very strongly recommended for all dancers interested in competition. Open to ALL dancers ages 5 and up.

*Classes start Mon, June 19 and run weekly* through Thurs, August 4th* (July 3 & 5 classes held on July 6 & 7, and no classes the week of July 10 as we will be at Nationals.) **Class start date may be adjusted due to end of school year dates**

MON/WED 11:15am-12:30pm (INT/ADV ages 12+)

1.25 hrs per class/12 classes total $195 per student

*Classes may be split further by The Studio based on registrations. You will be notified of any changes prior to classes starting.
Monday Wednesday
11:15 AM to 12:30 PM