Placement in classes is subject to instructor approval.
Listed below are the general guidelines, students will be evaluated
on an individual basis. It is not unusual for a dancer to repeat a level
in order to gain the proper knowledge and confidence necessary to move
to the next level.
A 30-minute class that meets once a week for 3 and 4 year olds. Class is specifically designed to provide children with a strong foundation in dance and movement as well as self-awareness, creative expression, imagination, teamwork and basics of classroom behavior and manners. Our Predance class is part of our Princess Ballerina curriculum.
A 45-minute combination class of tap and ballet for 5 year olds that meets once a week. Students continue to work on concepts learned in Predance, but in greater degrees of complexity as well as mastering basic tap and ballet fundamentals. Our Kinderdance class is part of our Princess Ballerina curriculum.
A 45-minute class that meets once a week. Tap helps develop a sense of rhythm and coordination as well as self-expression. Available to students age 6 and up.
Tap I ~ (ages 6 and up) with or without prior experience
Tap II ~ (ages 7 and up) with one or more years experience
Tap III~ (ages 8 and up) with two or more years experience
Tap IV ~ (ages 10 and up) with three or more years experience
Junior Tap ~ (ages 12 and up) intermediate
Senior Tap ~ (ages 14 and up) advanced
Adult Tap ~ for adults with or without prior experience
A 45-minute class that meets once a week. It is a fast paced class that starts with a full body warm-up including isolations and stretching then continues with the mastering of locomotor skills for coordination. Jazz incorporates current and historical styles of dance.
Jazz I ~ (ages 6 and up) with or without prior experience
Jazz II ~ (ages 8 and up) with one-two years experience
Jazz III/IV ~ (ages 10 and up) with three or more years experience
Junior Jazz ~ (ages 12 and up) intermediate
Senior Jazz ~ (ages 14 and up) advanced
A 45-minute class that meets once a week for students and 6 and up. This class helps develop grace, poise, rhythm, flexibility, and expression.
Ballet I - (ages 6 and up) with or without prior experience
Ballet II - (ages 7 and up) with one or more years experience
Ballet III - (ages 8 and up) with two or more years experience
Ballet IV/Beg. Lyrical - (ages 10 and up) with three or more years experience. This class will also be an introduction into Lyrical dance.
A 45 minute class that meets once a week. Available for advanced students, ages 12 and older. It is a combination of ballet, jazz and modern dance with emphasis on the lyrical content of the music. Contemporary dance is a collection of methods developed from modern and post-modern dance and can take on many forms including dance fusion, emergent dance and revisionism. Ages 14 and up with instructor permission only.
A 45 minute class that meets once a week. Available to dancers age 6 years old and up. Students learn isolations, rhythm, and basic technique associated with many hip hop styles. This includes, but is not limited to, popping, locking and break dancing.
Tutters-ages 6 and up-Dancers will get introduced to the basic movements, techniques and combinations in hip hop dancing. Dancers are typically in this class for 2-3 years.
Poppers-ages 8 and up-1 year of jazz experience preferred. Dancers will learn the basic movements, technique and combinations in hip hop dancing. Dancers are typically in this class for 2-3 years.
Breakers-age 11 and up with prior hip hop experience. The dancer must be able to incorporate footwork, isolations and upper body movement and perform them to the appropriate rhythm and tempo of the music. Must be able to master the following steps/combinations in order to enter the Breakers class: Stall: minimum of Split Stall; prefer Shoulder Stall, Pop-Up, Coffee Grinder, Back-Spin, Slide Step, Top Rock, Chicken Legs, Butterfly, Heel-Toe, C-step, 1-2 step, and Tutting. Dancers are typically in this level for 2-4 years.
Lockers-age 14 and up with prior hip hop experience The dancer must understand the difference between various types of hip hop (Lyrical Hip Hop, popping, freestyle, etc). The dancer can promptly reverse combinations given by the instructor from the right side to the left or vice versa. The dancer can comfortably hold a shoulder or head stall with all technique and safety precautions in mind. This class is reserved for dancers who have had a minimum of 4 years experience and is by instructor permission only.
Adult Hip Hop-for adults with or without prior experience.
A required class for all Dance Force team members. Focuses primarily on improving dance technique, strength, and flexibility through classical ballet training. This class is open to non team members on a space available basis.
A required class for all Dance Force team members. A 45-60 minute class that focuses on increasing flexibility, strengthening and conditioning the dancer's body as well as fine tuning specific skills including leap and turn techniques. This class is open to non-team members on a space available basis.
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