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JOIN US FOR THE 2022/2023 SESSION

Sudent Overview

OVERVIEW 

AGES 8–18

We have created more levels within our school to accommodate multiple schedule and intensity options per class. With this new tiered class model, you will be registering for the bundle of classes included in the program. If you are wanting an even more flexible schedule for your dancer, please see our open class / drop-in options.

 

We are currently registering for our 2023 Winter/Spring Season which is from January 8 –June 11. If you are registering a new student within our Student Division, please contact us with any placement questions.

Ballet 2

BALLET 2B 

AGES 6–11

 

BALLET 2 — T/Th  4–5:30pm SAT 10-11:30 $220 monthly/$1000 Full

 

This class continues to provide a more detailed level of classical curriculum-based syllabus utilizing ballet

vocabulary, barre, and center. Working to build strength, agility, rhythm, and facilitating the body's memory of

movement.

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Ballet 3

BALLET 3

AGES 7–14 

 


BALLET 3 — M/W 6-7:30 THUR 5:30-7 SAT 10-11:30 |  $250/m or $1,200/full

 

This class provides a more detailed level of classical ballet supported by a proven curriculum-based

syllabus to facilitate technique, using realistic criticism, instruction by careful and thoughtful analysis. Its

goal is to enhance the detailed perfection of the kinetic motion of classical ballet and develop more fully

its communicable style as a visual medium.

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Ballet 4

BALLET 4

AGES 11–18 faculty placement required

M/W 7:30-9 TUES 5:30-7 FRI 3:30-5  SAT 11:30-1:30

$350 MON $1400 FULL

*Tuition includes all ballet, pointe, modern*

A higher level of classical ballet is supported by the building of technique through the detailed use of a

strong curriculum-based syllabus, realistic criticism, and instruction by analysis. Utilizing the use of specific

cross-training exercises as well. To enhance the detailed perfection of the kinetic motion of classical ballet

and develop more fully its communicable style as a visual medium. The course will provide the dancer

with intense ballet technique. Barre work will contain all the basic elements of ballet technique to build

balance, strength of line and muscles, quickness of mind/body, musicality, and quality of movement.

Center work will continue to build upon the emotional expression, strength, technique, and execution of

line. Across the floor and ménage movement will continue to build on the mastery of the more grandeur

movements of classical ballet.

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Ballet 5

BALLET 5

AGES 11–18 faculty placement required

T/ 5:30-7  W/2:45-4:15  TH/7-9  F/3:30-5  S/11:30-1:30  |  $350/m or $1,400/full

 

*Tuition includes all ballet, pointe, modern, partnering*

A higher level of classical ballet supported by the building of technique through the detailed use of a

strong curriculum-based syllabus, realistic criticism, instruction by analysis. Utilizing the use of specific

cross-training exercises as well. To enhance the detailed perfection of the kinetic motion of classical ballet

and develop more fully its communicable style as a visual medium. The course will provide the dancer

with intense ballet technique. Barre work will contain all the basic elements of ballet technique to build

balance, strength of line and muscles, quickness of mind/body, musicality, and quality of movement.

Center work will continue to build upon the emotional expression, strength, technique, and execution of

line. Across the floor and ménage movement will continue to build on the mastery of the more grandeur

movements of classical ballet.

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Electives

ELECTIVES

AGES 11+
 

MODERN 

Friday |   7:30-8:45p  |  Intermediate | $15/class (or include as an elective in your program)

Horton Technique is one of the classic forms of American dance, a codified series of movements which

emphasizes a whole body, anatomical approach. Its focus on flexibility, coordination, and precision lends it

well to dramatic expression and performance. Horton Technique is frequently implemented in jazz classes,

and the discipline it develops crosses over into ballet and contemporary dance as well.

POINTE

TUE 7-8 FRI 5-6:30  

 

Students who are on pointe must take all required technique ballet classes within their levels. Readiness

 

for pointe work is determined by each student’s strength and physical development, not by their age. The

instructor will advise parents when a student has the necessary strength and maturity to go on pointe.

DRESS CODE

Students are expected to be impeccably dressed and follow the dress code with girl’s hair in a neat and tidy ballet bun. No exceptions permitted. Please clean your leotards and tights after each use and older students should wear deodorant. No gum or jewelry allowed in any class. Please have a tight-fitting dance sweater available for wintertime wear as the studio is often cold. Knit pink leg warmers acceptable in the winter.

 

BALLET 1–5

Girls: pink tights, black leotard (leotard to have no lace, no mesh, no

crossed straps), pink ballet shoes, no skirts or leotards with skirts attached.

B5 can wear colored leotard Wednesday’s and Saturday’s

B4 can wear colored leotard on Saturday’s

B3 can wear a blue leotard on Saturday’s

Men: white t-shirt, black or gray tights, white socks and ballet shoes

 

MODERN TECHNIQUE

Black leotard and black tights

ADULT TAP

Fitted comfortable clothing, socks, tap shoes encouraged, jazz shoes, character shoes, or socks accepted.

Student Dress Code
Student FAQs

FAQ

Are masks required in the studio?

At this time masks are optional in the studio and are not required. 

What if I miss a class?

We do not offer refunds on classes (program or for open classes), but we can offer a make up class. Please contact us to do so.

What are the class level requirements?

Children's Division Ballet Program —

PRIMARY, PRE-BALLET & BALLET 1: No placement required, register by age.

Student Division Program —

BALLET 2 & 3: register by age or faculty placement

BALLET 4: faculty placement required

BALLET 5: faculty placement required

+ Electives —

PP/P1: must be enrolled in technique, faculty placement required

P2: must be enrolled in technique, faculty placement required

MODERN TECHNIQUE: B4/B5 technique

ADULT TAP: no prior experience required

PARTNERING: must be enrolled in technique & PP, P1 or P2

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