A unique dance experience where dancers with special needs and typical dancers share the stage!

Adult Combo

Adult special needs class that consists of 2 sections,

one learning jazz and one learning tap.

Builds fundamental concepts in the art of classical ballet. In the beginning, students will

learn positions, skipping, and leaping. Later, they will progress to pirouettes and grand allegro.

Boys Combo

All boys integrated class (special needs and typically developing) that consists

of 2 sections, one learning jazz and one learning tap.

Combo 1
Each class consists of a section learning ballet and a section learning tap.

Combo 2

Each class consists of a section learning ballet, tap, and jazz.

Contemporary Dance

Expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern,

jazz, lyrical and classical ballet.

Dance With Me
A class designed for a student to experience dance for the first time at a young age with a parent or helper.

Disney Ballet 1

This class is designed for special needs students. Simple follow along dances are

set to popular Disney songs.There are props used with some of the dances. Basic ballet positions

and steps are taught through the choreographed routines.

Disney Ballet 2

This class is designed for special needs students. Simple barre exercises, stretching,

center work, and fun easy to follow routines, all set to Disney music.

Students will learn a classic style of jazz including kicks, jumps, turns, and isolations.

Junior Cheer
This is an integrated class with both special needs and typical students. This class will do stretching,

light tumbling, and low stunts.

This class is for the more advanced dancers who have already been on pointe for a year or more.

A beginning dance class. This class focuses on basic coordinated movements such as jumping, hopping, galloping, turning around, and following directions.

Senior Cheer 1 & 2

(Class placement to be determined by the director)

Cheer classes practice skills and learn routines with poms. There are no

stunts or flying,but there are jumps and kicks.


This class starts on a very basic level, such as heel steps, and progresses up to pullbacks and wings.

Wheelchair Ballet

Wheelchair Ballet (ages 10 and up) - 6:45-7:45 pm
This class is structured after a regular ballet class. the only difference is the students are in wheelchairs. The do traditional barre, center work, across the floor and learn routines for performances.

Group Class Descriptions

Private Lessons

45 minute to 1 hour sessions that meet once a week. They are geared to each student's

individual needs. Tap, ballet, jazz, or a combination of any of these can be taught.

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