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Fall Classes
Preschool (2 ½ to 4 year olds)
– This class develops the child’s rhythm and balance through the dance arts of tap, pre-ballet, basic tumbling skills, creative movement and coordination. Children wear any color leotard and tights. Tan tap shoes and pink ballet shoes are required.

Kindergarten – Children will develop rhythm and balance through the dance arts of tap, pre-ballet, introduction to jazz and basic tumbling skills. These children may wear any color leotard and tights. Tan tap shoes and pink ballet shoes are required.

Jazz – This style of dance is high energy performed to upbeat music that incorporates the latest turns, leaps, tricks and expressive dance movements.

Tap – From classical style to the new craze of rhythm tap, this class teaches the fundamentals of sound, rhythm and coordination.

Ballet/Pointe – Ballet is the foundation for all forms of dance and is the most technical. This class incorporates barre, ballet technique, strengthening exercises and stretch to enhance your child’s appreciation for the classical art form. Black leotard and pink tights with your hair in a bun is required.

Lyrical/Contemporary  – This is an expressive art form that tells a story throughout the dancer’s physical movement and interpretation. This style consists of basic ballet technique and incorporates a strong jazz influence.

Acro – From cartwheels to backbends and aerials to layouts, your child will be “flipping” through the skills in no time.

Hip Hop – The latest dance trend of hip-hop includes the latest funk movements, pop and lock movements, and freestyle dance.

Jazz Technique – This style of dance is high energy performed to upbeat music that incorporates the latest turns, leaps, tricks and expressive dance movements. This class focuses solely on the technical aspect of dance to improve the dancer’s technical skills and will not be featured in the year-end production.