Community Division drop in classes are for dancers looking for a less strict class training schedule and may drop in to classes that are scheduled for each level designated drop in day. This option is training for dancers looking to add more technique classes to their existing dance schedule, recreational dancers looking to try different styles of movement without having to commit to more than their chosen classes, cross training for athletes, college students with rigorous academic schedules, the professional dancer passing through town or on their off season, or adults wanting a great work out while learning the art of dance. Different dance styles are open to EVERYONE. What the Community Division offers is the opportunity for artists to explore different dance styles around their schedules! This gives dancers the opportunity to "dip their toes in the water" and see if it is something they want to further commit to with our Performance Training Track Division or simply enjoy the many benefits of dance one class at a time!
Drop-ins for Youth Classes are for two of the five month semesters space permitting. If you do not see your child's age group on our Drop-in schedule link below, it is likely that that age level class capacity is full with students that are registered. Check in on the following semester as room may have opened up if registered students move levels a space opens. You are also permitted to try a class that is an age above or below if open and dependent on ability.
Adult drop-ins are for the full semester.
You do NOT need to register for either youth or adult drop-ins.
Before your first class, you or the legal guardian will need to sign a waiver for those below the age of 18.
Creative Movement, Pre-Ballet 1, Pre-ballet 2 and Level 1 do not have a dress code, but are encouraged to wear clothes that are suited for movement and allow the student to move freely. Ballet shoes are not required but encouraged. If you do not have shoes, socks work well.
Levels 2-5 are required to wear tights, a leotard, ballet shoes, and hair secure up in a bun or other updo that will be out of the face.
Adults do not have a dress code, but are encouraged to wear clothes that are suited for movement and allow you to move freely. Ballet shoes are not required but encouraged. If you do not have shoes, socks work well.