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2018 Summer Schedules
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Acro & Tumbling
A sport in which flexibility, balance, strength, muscle control, discipline, & concentration are taught and the focus is on fundamental acrobatic technique.
Ballet is the foundation for all styles of dance, with an emphasis on technique, proper body alignment, and balance. Students will acquire the knowledge and use of barre technique, center floor skills, and terminology.
Contemporary & Lyrical
Is an expressive dance form that combines ballet and jazz technique. These classes allow dancers to bring personal freedom, spirit, and creativity to their movement.
High-energy classes that infuse the latest styles of street dancing, breaking, popping, and locking. Classes will encourage students to step outside of the box by bringing their own individual style and personality to the movements.
Jazz is a fun, upbeat dance form that teaches development in technique, rhythm, and style. This class will focus on flexibility, body isolations, turns, leaps, and progression combinations.
Students will learn beginning, non-combative karate technique, as well as beginning-to-moderate tumbling skills (based on skill level).
This class is a fun introduction to the realm of musical theater. Students will learn musical theater style dances and techniques. They will also learn how to act, recite dialogue and how to present themselves on stage.
Performance Team Classes
These classes will be comprised of two components—a jazz technique portion of class and a choreography portion of class. The choreography learned in Team Classes will be performed at all holiday events and the end of the year recital.
Tap is an art form in which dancers create sound through footwork. Dancers will develop rhythm, timing, and proper tap technique.
These classes focus on Ballet, Tap, Jazz, Lyrical and Hip Hop technique, as well as choreography for their competition routines. These routines are competed February-July at local and national competitions.
This class is designed for the young dancer between the ages of 18 months-2.5 years of age. Through exciting dance activities and props, your dancer will begin to develop balance, coordination, and simple dance technique in a fun environment.