All participants need a DASH account. Quarterly Dance & Fitness Classes can register on-line. Academy Classes need to fill out paperwork and return it to the Pavilion to register. You can find that registration packet on the Academy Classes page.
Dance Academy Classes offer children 3.5-19 years old a full year's dance curriculum with two theater performance opportunities, one in the Winter and one in the Spring. This program offers Creative Dance, Pre-Ballet, Ballet I-VI, Pointe, Lyrical, Jazz I-V, and Irish Step Dance I-III. Children are placed in class level by age and ability at the director and teachers discretion.
Quarterly Dance Classes offer children 3 - 6 years, adults and teens 13+ the opportunity to try something new and to have a recreational dance experience with a short term commitment. We offer Creative Dance, Pre-Ballet, beginning, intermediate or open level Ballet for teens and adults, beginning and intermediate Tap for teens and adults.
Summer Dance Camps are offered after the 4th of July for 6-8 weeks. Dance camps are a great way to introduce kids ages 3-19 to new dance forms or to immerse them in the dance they love.
Never wear your dance shoes outside. Always change your shoes at the studio door
Everyone's hair must be secured off their face so they can focus on learning to move
Jeans and other non flexible fabrics are not appropriate for dance
Boys - sweats or shorts and a plain t-shirt, bare feet Girls - any color leotard, footless tights or leggings, bare feet
Creative Pre-Ballet & Ballet I-V
Boys - plaint t-shirt, black tights or leggings, black leather ballet shoes Girls - black leotard, pink tights, pink leather ballet shoes level II-VI must have their hair in a bun, pre-ballet & level I are practicing buns
Tap / Jazz / Lyrical
Boys & Girls - black jazz pants, plain t-shirt or leotard Tap shoes, Jazz shoes, Half-sole shoes - respectively
Irish Step Dance
Boys & Girls - sportswear, black ghillies or black ballet slippers
Adult / Teen Dance
Dress code is a guide for quarterly classes
Dancers can adapt the dress code to be comfortable and may take class once before purchasing shoes