FALL BREAK: Nov 20-26. Youth & Adult Series Classes DO NOT MEET, drop-in classes only. No drop-in classes on Thanksgiving Day, all studios closed on Thursday, Nov 23.
Adult Series Classes
Series classes are for dancers looking for 9-13 weeks of cumulative dance training, tailored to their level and interests.
What level should I take?
We want to set you up for success. Level recommendations are generalizations and even Beginner-level class can be challenging if you’re returning to dance after some time away — your body and muscle-memory need time to acclimate! We often recommend erring on the side of a lower level, even for students with experience, to enable you to ease into class and adapt to the teacher’s specific style.
That said, do not worry if you don’t pick the right level the first time around. The best way to know what works is to try! We recommend speaking to your instructor to get feedback and class recommendations or talking with a studio staff member afterward. We are happy to work with our dancers to find the right fit.
Basics 1 – starting to dance.
These classes are for new dancers and students who have never taken a dance class in the selected style. No prior training required. You will learn the basics necessary to progress to a beginner level class. It is not uncommon for students to repeat this class before they advance to a beginner level.
Basics 2 – starting to dance.
These classes are for dancers who have completed a Basics 1 class and are looking to build more skills before progressing to drop-in classes. Basics 2 is also great for more experienced dance students who have never taken a dance class in the selected style. Basics 1 recommended as a prerequisite.
Beginner – getting a foundation.
For students with some training in the selected style or a similar style. We recommend our Basics 1-2 level enrollment classes as a prerequisite, or 3-6 months of prior training. Beginner level is excellent for students returning to dance as well as students who wish to continue training that was recently begun.
Advanced Beginner – exercising and building upon a working knowledge.
For students with a thorough working knowledge of the style. We recommend at least 1 year of prior training. This level appeals to many students and it is common to find a wide range of students attending this level.
Intermediate – achieving a heightened skill level.
For students going beyond a working knowledge to learn and improve on more challenging skills and combinations. We recommend at least 3 years training.
Advanced – working for mastery.
For students with expertise in the selected style, who work on a pre-professional or professional level. We recommend at least 4 years of training.
Fall Session Dates & Prices
13 weeks | Sep 11-Dec 17
Fall Break* Nov 20-26
1 Hour Series Classes $312
1.5 Hour Series Classes $476
Fall Studio to Stage $270
*During scheduled breaks, studios will be offering adult drop-in classes and special programming only
Jul 4, 2017 Independence Day
Sep 4, 2017 Labor Day
Nov 23, 2017 Thanksgiving Day
Dec 24, 2017 Christmas Eve
Dec 25, 2017 Christmas Day
Dec 31, 2017 New Year’s Eve (studios close at 2:00PM)
Jan 1, 2018 New Year’s Day
Apr 1, 2018 Easter
May 28, 2018 Memorial Day
Jul 4, 2018 Independence Day
Sep 3, 2018 Labor Day