Our Annual Program runs from September through June, culminating with a showcase performed on a professional stage for friends and family.  Dancers of all ages and levels can register for Acro/Tumbling, Ballet, Combo, Contemporary, Hip-Hop, Jazz, Lyrical, Modern, Mommy & Me, Pointe and Tap!  In addition to working on technique each week, our dedicated faculty strive to nurture and develop a young dancer's creative side.

If you're looking for a committed program for your passionate dancer, then look no further than our Annual Program!


Acro/Tumbling: incorporates elements of both jazz and acrobatics instruction focusing on flexibility, tumbling, strength, and technique with an upbeat rhythm-based style.
Ballet: focuses on the foundations of proper body alignment, technique, and vocabulary. In this class dancers develop flexibility, coordination, and confidence. 
Combo: introduces rhythm and musicality, elementary ballet and tap skills, weight shifting, and imaginative movements referencing animals and nature.
Contemporary: is a fusion of ballet, modern, and jazz technique that incorporates artistry and improvisation to create unconventional shapes, dynamics, and musicality.
Hip-hop: focuses on the popular urban style of dance. Class work consists of a cardio and strength building warm-up, stretching and developing a vocabulary of steps and combinations.
Jazz: incorporates foundations of proper body alignment, technique, flexibility and classic jazz dance vocabulary with an upbeat rhythm-based style.
Lyrical: is a style that builds upon a foundation of classical ballet technique with an emphasis on finding freedom in the movement.  Dancers focus on understanding the dynamics and initiation of the movement along with a sense of breath, musicality, and connection to a story.
Mommy & Me: budding dancers begin their journey in the studio learning movement exercises, coordination and creative dances. In this mommy and me class, your child will fall in love with dance!
Pointe: is the part of classical ballet technique that concerns pointe work, in which a ballet dancer supports all body weight on the tips of fully extended feet. Pointe work is performed while wearing pointe shoes. A dancer should never work in pointe shoes until their teacher has told them they are ready to do so, pre-pointe class is taken in ballet slippers until the dancer has developed the strength and muscles necessary to go en pointe.
Tap: combines rhythm and coordination to make music with the feet and body. Students will learn the basics of tap technique and musicality.

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