Baby Divaz



The Baby Divaz class is a magical introduction to dance for the 2-3 year old child. A fun filled half-hour class that engages the child in age appropriate activities incorporating drama, music, props, along with the excitement of basic dance steps, creative movement, and dance vocabulary.

ABC Ballet I & II



ABC Ballet & Ballet Babez teaches the basics of classical ballet to introduce young dancers to the joys and magic of ballet. Age appropriate work is introduced each week that develops the young dancer in a fun and creative way.

Intro to Acro



This is an acrobatic style class that teaches floor gymnastics. Acro is a class that progresses from forward rolls and cartwheels to advanced tumbling, including aerial work. Teachers work with each student on their individual level. This class also focuses on flexibility, agility, and teamwork. All students taking this class must participate in recital due to tricks and partner work.

Showstopperz Tap I & II



Showstopperz Tap dancing is one of the most entertaining, lighthearted and classic of all the dance styles. Tap dance is a musical art form and a fun-filled way to develop rhythm, co-ordination and balance. From the classic style of Broadway to contemporary rhythms, tap is a challenge, a workout, and even more fun!





Hip Hop is an upbeat style of dance performed to popular music. Although Hip Hop’s roots came from urban street dancing, it has become increasingly popular in the entertainment world. Funk dancing is the perfect fusion of styles, incorporating jazz roots into a melting pot of hiphop, break, popping & locking, along with other fashionable dance genre. Jazz is a style of dance that is structured in technique while taking many shapes and forms. It can be performed to a vast variety of music, from Broadway to pop

Pointe Prep



*Based on teacher placement
Pointe/Pointe-Prep is a class wherein the ballet dancer supports all their body weight on the tips of fully extended feet. Dancing en pointe makes the dancer appear weightless and angelic like; this is done by wearing special box toed pointe shoes. Students are recommended for pointe based on age and ability. A minimum of one regular ballet classes must be attended to dance en pointe, one of which must be the ballet class directly before pointe-prep or pointe