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Acro (ages 6+) 

Requires flexibility and strength. Acquire stamina and agility by incorporating stretching exercises, tumbling skills, progressions, and dance movements.

Ballet (ages 3+)

The foundation for all forms of dance and recommended for all starting in dance. Acquire grace, poise, discipline, balance, strength, and control of your body. A very rewarding and beautiful art form, ballet takes time and practice to accomplish.

Gymnastics (ages 3+)

A sport involving the performance of exercises requiring balance strengthflexibility, agility, endurance and control. The movements involved in gymnastics contribute to the development of the arms, legs, shoulders, chest and abdominal muscle groups. Alertness, precision, daring, self-confidence and self-discipline are mental traits that can also be developed through gymnastics. 

Glee / Voice / Singing / Musical Theater (ages 5+)

Our singing class. In this class, students are exposed to vocal training in a group setting. They learn proper vocal techniques to improve their singing, their use of breath and increase their vocal range. Students are also exposed to working on harmonies as well as solo singing.

Hip Hop (ages 5+)

Dancing incorporates all dance styles and movement. Hip Hop dance is very energetic and synchronized. It is a full body movement, which instills creativity, rhythm, coordination, musicality and strength. 

Jazz (ages 6+)

Incorporates all forms and styles of dance, including stretching, isolations, jumps, leaps, and turns. There are many styles of Jazz dance, including theatrical, free style, lyrical, and modern, to name a few. Many different styles of music are used. 

Lyrical / Contemporary (ages 6+)

Offered to students who have a basic knowledge of ballet and jazz. Lyrical / Contemporary dance starts within your soul, interpreting self expression and emotion, while moving to music. Songs are from all genres, including classical, modern, as well as pop songs of today. Emphasis is placed on emotion and expression, and utilizes abstract movement, ground work, level changes, and expresses the lyrics and storyline of a song.

Pointe (by invitation)

Pointe work is an extension of ballet. It is for the serious dancer. Pointe work should not be introduced until the age of eleven or twelve. Students must have a strong foundation of the basic fundamentals before going on pointe. It is up to the teacher’s discretion when a student will be ready.


Tap (ages 5+)

A very exuberant art form and lots of fun! Acquire rhythm skills, intricate footwork, coordination and much more. Like fine tuning a piano, you learn to talk with your feet! All types of music are incorporated. 



  • We offer generous multi-class and family discounts.

  • Tuition rates start at $70.00 per month.

  • There is a non-refundable registration fee of $30 per student / $50 per family.

  • By the first class, the first month's tuition, the last month's and registration fee are due.

  • Tuition is based on an annual fee, with the option to pay monthly.

  • Absences should be made up in the month missed. No refunds or credits will be issued for missed lessons.

  • We accept cash, check, Mastercard, Visa, Discover and AMEX. Auto-payment is highly encouraged to avoid late fees.

  • After the 15th of the month, a $15.00 late fee will be assessed.

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