Are you or your child a beginner? Are you wondering which class to start with and when you should sign up? Well, you’re on the correct page!
We offer dance classes for beginners ages 2 to adult. If you or your child are brand new to dance, you can start now!
There are two sessions that follow the school year.
Fall/Spring: September-May & Summer: June-August
In general, beginners may join any time during the summer and any time during the fall. Around February 1st we’ll close most classes to new enrollment so classes can work on recital routines. In March we’ll also open brand new, non-recital classes so beginners can still join. Some classes, like stretch, accept new enrollment year-round. Check out our class schedule page for class meeting times.
Below are the classes we recommend for beginners (no experience necessary). Just click on the link to find class information, dress code details, and day-time schedule.
Itsy-Bitsy Program for Ages 2 to 5
Mini & Me (2-3yr)
Terrific 3’s (3yr)
Ballet Petit (3yr)
Dance Divas (4-5yr)
Beginning Dance (4-5yr)
Tiny Tumblers (4-5yr)
Mini Swag (4-6yr)
Youth Program for Ages 6 to 18
Beginning Dance (6-10yr)
Beg. Hip Hop (6-10yr)
Beg. Broadway Dance (8-12yr)
Beg Hip Hop (11-18yr)
Ballet 1 (9-15yr)
Beg. Acrobatics (6-18yr)
Beg. Jazz (9-15yr)
Contemporary 1 (6-18yr)
We have the dance wear you’ll need for class available for purchase here, but for your first class feel free to wear workout clothing.
Fall/Spring tuition is based upon the number of hours taken per week. Tuition for ages 2 to 3 starts at $35 per month. Tuition for ages 6 to 18 starts at $60 per month (Fall 2017 rates).Summer tuition is a little different. View this page for information on summer drop-in classes and summer camp packages. Tuition for adult classes is $10 per class. For a full explanation of the tuition rates, please visit our tuition page.
Yes, beginners participate in the dance recital! Costumes are due December 15th, but we can still order some costumes in January so long as they’ll arrive in time for the show. Classes usually start working on recital pieces in March.