“I do not try to dance better than anyone else. I only try to dance better than myself.”

Mikhail Baryshnikov

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Academic Calendar


Below is a sample schedule for Ballet II (Pink level) and for Adults. After registering, your actual schedule will be emailed. In the "levels" tab below is a description of how many classes per week each level takes and the duration. 


Courses- Classes in ballet, pointe, modern, pilates, and conditioning/strength training, are offered at various levels according to age and technical experience. Classes start at 4 years old. 

Pointe- Intermediate level students considered for pointe will start pre-pointe classes. At the advanced intermediate and advanced levels, all classes are taken on pointe. Pointe is offered for adults too. 

Adult division- Adult classes are offered at many levels: basic, beginner, and intermediate. Young adults and teens are welcome too! Ballet conditioning is encouraged for all levels. We now offer beginner pointe for those farther along in their training. 


Levels are determined by many factors such as maturity, and technical ability. The ages below are just a guideline. Unlike school, dancers do not move onto the next level every year. Some levels take 3 or 4 years to complete before you are ready to move on. New students with previous training should take a trial class to be placed in the proper level. 

Children’s Introductory/ Pre-Ballet- 4 years old- kindergarten, 45 mins, 1 class a week

Beginner/ Ballet I- 1st grade- 12 years old, 1hr 15min, 1 class a week

Beginner Intermediate/ Ballet II- 7-12 years old, 1hr 15min, 2 classes a week

Intermediate/ Ballet III- 1 hr 30 min, 3-4 classes a week

Advanced- 2hrs, 4-5 classes a week

At every level, students are using French ballet vocabulary. In Ballet I and above, students are given a very simple  “word of the week” definition. Students are expected to complete this assignment every week, nothing is graded. This is a way to supplement what they are learning in class, as this is a new language to them and they are given new information and vocabulary in every class. 


New Students are welcome to observe classes before registering. Beginner students may register during regular office hours or by mailing in the registration form below. New students who have had previous training will take a placement class to ensure their enrollment is suitable to their individual developments. 

Continuing Students receive a program recommendation based on his or her individual progress during the preceding session. Continuing students may register at any time after receiving schedules and recommendations. 

Payment Plan is on a monthly basis. An annual registration fee of $60.00 and the first month's tuition is due at registration. Registration is accepted year-round. 

There are no refunds nor is credit allowed for absence from classes. Classes missed may be made up during the season but may not be carried over to another session. 

All registration must be done online. 

If interested, reach out to us on our Contact Us page, or click the button below