Ballet - (Ages 3-Adult) The foundation of all dance forms. Ballet demands grace and precision while employing formalized steps and gestures set in intricate, flowing patterns to create expression through movement. Technique is developed at the barre and continues to grow and show in the center of the floor. Ballet is the most important dance form.
Tap - (Ages 3-Adult) Tap uses the feet as a musical instrument. It teaches the student how to count music and form different rhythms to music. It teaches precision and clarity and helps develop balance and control.
Jazz - (K-Adult) Jazz teaches the student how to isolate different parts of the body. Jazz helps develop core strength, balance, and control. It teaches the student how to transition smoothly between steps and build self confidence for stage presence.
Hip Hop - (K-Adult) An urban style of dance that teaches popping, locking, and breaking. This style is seen in music videos and involves battling and gliding.
Lyrical/Contemporary - (6th-12th grade) Lyrical dance is a modern dance form which fuses modern dance, jazz, and ballet. This form is often referred to as contemporary dance. This dance is very expressive, therefore the dancer should be aware of his or her facial expressions while dancing. It often is built around a story or a theme. Ballet and Jazz is required.
Tumbling - (Age 3-5) Basic tumbling including forward and backward rolls, handstands, headstands, back bends, and cartwheels. It develops core strength, balance, and control.
Acro - (K-12th grade) Includes basic tumbling including forward and backward rolls, handstands, headstands, back bends, cartwheels, and roundoffs. After a level 1 is completed then the student will advance to a level 2 which includes back walk overs, front walk overs, handsprings, aerials, and tucks. It develops core strength, balance, and control.