Combo ballet/tap (Ages 3 - 6)

Tap/Ballet - 1  hour per week

These classes are exposing students to various types of activities in a one class setting to accommodate the childs' attention span.This is our most popular combination class for ages three and up. Each class is designed to teach 30 minutes of ballet and 30 minutes of tap. Students begin to learn the fundamental steps of tap and ballet as well as exposing them to different forms of dance. 



Jazz Hop

This class is a combination of Jazz and Hip Hop. Students will learn the fundamentals of Jazz, while combining them to funky hip hop moves. 

Tiny Tots (Ages 2-3)

Tiny Tots is an introduction to both dance and gymnastics for children under three years of age. While using music, finger plays, hand-eye coordnation, and social interplay, students also begin to learn basic dance steps as well as gymnastics skills. They focus on spatial awareness, socialization, perceptual skills, balance and coordination builders. Parents are welcomed in the class but are encouraged to watch as children become more independent. When turning three years of age children usually graduate to a combo or pre gym class.


As the foundation of dance, ballet teaches students technique through barre and center work. This class will focus on the development of grace, strength, flexibility, balance, and body’s alignment. 

Pre Pointe & Pointe

These classes are for the advanced Ballet student who has studies many years of Ballet technique.

*Students are individually invited to these classes.


Tap is regarded as a truly American dance form that has been passed down from generation to generation.


Hip Hop

This class teaches the fundamentals of hip hop movement. They are upbeat and high energy classes. Stretching, isolations, rhythms, musicality, upper body strength and funky footwork will all be incorporated.



Jazz is an upbeat, stylish, and versatile dance form. Students will develop technical skills through center and progression work. Classes include strengthening warm ups, stretching techniques to elongate and encourage muscle strength, across the floor movements, leaps, turns and center combination work to fun and upbeat, recognizable music.


LyricalLyrical is an expressive style. It is often performed to slower, gentler music. It is called lyrical because its movements are meant to tell audiences a kind of story through dance. The form combines Ballet techniques with the Jazz and Modern styles influencing the movements.