Dance Levels 1 thru 4
- Students at this age may begin a full hour of ballet training.
- They will be introduced to a formal study of classical ballet.
- A structured sequence of training stages is designed to increase technical skills,
stamina and discipline in accordance with the dancer’s age and physical development.
- The ballet curriculum stresses correct body placement and
the development of strong and flexible bodies.
- Careful repetition of exercises will allow students to make
consistent progress when they move to the upper levels.
Dance Levels 5 thru 7
- Students at this age have the option of taking 2-3 ballet classes per week.
- Taking two or more classes per week will begin the preparation
for pointe work which begins around age 12.
- Pointe work is subject to the teacher’s recommendation as to when a
dancer is ready to start.
Dance Levels Pro 1-3 & Teen 1-2
- This is the most advanced training and encourages students
to attend a minimum of 3-4 ballet technique/pointe classes per week.
- Combinations taught in these levels are choreographed to develop the
dancer’s specific qualities, elevate their technical level and advance
their sense of artistic quality thereby helping them pursue dance professionally.