Ballet & Tap Combo Class


A one-half hour ballet and one-half hour tap class designed to introduce students to ballet and tap in an age appropriate, fun-filled method of instruction. The class is structured to introduce the beginning disciplines of dance.  Combination Ballet Tap Students will participate in their very own end-of-year performance in June and will require only one costume and perform only one recital piece per 45 or 60 minute class. This performance is designed to highlight and celebrate the accomplishments of our Students.  Ages 4-9


beautiful beginnings

Ballet is the most beneficial form of dance for body placement and is the best foundation for all other dance forms. We do not require all students to take ballet; however, we highly recommend this very important instruction if any student wishes to improve technique and move on to more advanced levels of dance.  Ages 6 And older

Jazz Dance


For boys and girls,  jazz focuses on a combination of musical theater, traditional and modern day styles of dance.  Throughout all levels of jazz, students focus on proper body alignment and conditional as well as isolation, quick combinations and  rhythms. This class is always taught in a fun friendly environment using various music from Pop to Broadway and so much more. Ages 5 and older

Hip Hop


For boys and girls, this dance form focuses on the current funky street style of dance. The dancer will learn high energy routines demonstrating style and rhythm. All of our hip hop classes are extremely appropriate and music is carefully selected for each class.  Ages 5 and older

Tap Dance


Tap dance is a form of dance characterized by using the sound of one’s tap shoes hitting the floor as a percussive instrument. As such, it is also commonly considered to be a form of music. Two major variations of tap dance exist: rhythm (Jazz) tap and Broadway tap. Broadway tap focuses more on the dance. It is widely performed as a part of musical theater. Rhythm tap focuses more on musicality. The sound is made by shoes with a metal “tap” on the heel and toe. A fun and rewarding style of dance for all ages.

Lyrical Dance


For boys and girls, lyrical is an expressive yet technically challenging form of dance that combines ballet, jazz and modern dance styles. Students should have had some experience in dance prior to taking lyrical. Taking ballet while also taking lyrical is extremely beneficial to your growth as a dancer. Lyrical involves an in-depth emotional performance by the dancer. Usually inspired by slow music, this expressive dance form is a growing trend in dance today.  Ages 7 and older



Acrobatics focuses on tumbling, balancing, hand balancing, developing flexibility and strength training, all of which are absolutely essential to the success of an acrobat. Acrobatics in general commands a ton of poise, strength, flexibility, as well as a very focused mindset. Acrobatics involves aerial tricks and poses, lifts, and tumbling. Acrobatics is a fun, thrilling and rewarding experience.  Ages 5 and older