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Pre- & Post-Natal                      Up to 18 months

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Preschool Classes

Division 1 - 12-Week Session

Ages 10 months to 3 years

Preschool Level 1 (Wiggle and Giggle)

A Parented class for 10-20 months. Meets once per week for 30 minutes.

Get out of the house and come meet other tots and parents! A perfect time to socialize! Meet up with other local parents of children ages 10 months - 18 months, while your children challenge their gross motor skills in our fully-equipped play room.  

Always a facilitator on-site with First Aid and CPR.

 

Each week is different: Come explore some of our favourite songs, dances, and games!

This class is 12-week session. There are 3 sessions per year.

Preschool Level 2 (Toddle Bop)

A Parented class for children aged 20 months to 2.5 years. Meets once per week for 30 minutes.

A class for our walkers and runners! Come develop your fine motor skills with jumping, galloping, and running! A song-and-dance class for toddlers and their "big people".  

 

Creative movement explorations with props and activities!

This class is 12-week session. There are 3 sessions per year.

Preschool Level 3 (Tumble Tots)

A Parented gymnastics class for 2-3-year olds. Meets once per week for 30 minutes.

Get ready to climb, swing, crawl and tumble! Our Pre-Gymnastics Tumble Tots class is the final level in our Preschool Graduates Program!

 

Develop grip in hands and feet, and balance high in the air!

This class is 12-week session. There are 3 sessions per year.

 

Combo Classes

Division 3 - 34-Week Term

Ages 3-6

Combo A (Ballet and Tap)

Pre-Junior - 3 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Junior - 4 Years Old - 60 Minutes
Pre-Primary - 5 Years Old - 90 Minutes

Primary - 6 Years Old - 90 Minutes

An independent (unparented) class. Meets once per week.

Pre-Junior and Junior: 30 Minutes of Pre-Junior Tap (ADAPT) followed by 30 Minutes of DTYOT Ballet (RAD). 

Pre-Primary and Primary: 45 Minutes each of Pre-Junior Tap (ADAPT) and RAD Examination Ballet.


These are lively but structured classes that develop children's physical skills and encourage creativity, expression, and musicality. And, behind all the fun, they'll actually be prepared for a transition to ballet and other dance genres

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 

Combo B (Acro and Jazz)

Pre-Junior - 3 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Junior - 4 Years Old - 60 Minutes
Pre-Primary - 5 Years Old - 90 Minutes

Primary - 6 Years Old - 90 Minutes

An independent (unparented) class. Meets once per week.

Pre-Junior and Junior: 30 Minutes of Pre-Junior Jazz (ADAPT) followed by 30 Minutes of Preschool Programme (Acrobatic Arts). 

Pre-Primary and Primary: 45 Minutes of Pre-Junior Jazz (ADAPT) followed by 45 Minutes of Primary Level Acro (Acrobatic Arts)

Dancers will learn jazz rhythms, parallel work, inversion, balances and tumbling in this class.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

Hip Hop

Combo A (Ballet and Tap)

Skip Hop - 3-4 Years Old - 30 Minutes

Primary Hip Hop - 5-6 Years Old - 30 Minutes

Mini Ninjas - 4-7 Years Old - 30 Minutes

An independent (unparented) class. Meets once per week for 30 minutes.

Learn the fundamentals of hip hop in this introductory class for beginner dancers.

Dancers will learn gross motor skill, rhythms, style and spatial awareness. Introductions to popping, locking, tutting, stalls, b-boy/b-girl, and more. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform required.

 

Junior School Classes

Division 3 - 34-Week Term

Ages 7-10

Ballet (Royal Academy of Dance)

Grade 1 Ballet - 7 Years Old - 45 Minutes

Grade 2 Ballet - 8 Years Old - 60 Minutes
Grade 3 Ballet - 9 Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes

Grade 4 Ballet - 10 Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes

The Royal Academy of Dance is one of the world’s most influential dance education organisations. Founded in 1920 to set standards for dance teaching in the UK, it is now recognized world-wide. 

 

Graded Syllabi and accompanying examinations develop students’ physical skills, stamina, creativity, expression and musicality using a range of sounds and musical styles. This strong foundation prepares students for a successful transition to ballet higher levels, and other dance genres. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 

Jazz (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Grade 1 Jazz - 7 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 2 Jazz - 8 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 3 Jazz - 7 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 4 Jazz - 8 Years Old - 60 Minutes

ADAPT is North America’s leading professional dance certification program with over 600 ADAPT Certified Graduates teaching worldwide.  It is a three year program and participants are expected to attend three summers to achieve their "ADAPT TEACHER’S CERTIFICATE".

Graded Syllabi and accompanying examinations build the foundations of jazz technique for the stage. Jazz dancing is a form that showcases a dancer's originality. All jazz dancers interpret and execute moves and steps in their own way. This type of dancing consists of fancy footwork, big leaps, and quick turns. To excel in jazz, dancers need a strong background in ballet, as it encourages grace and balance.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required.

Hip Hop

Junior School Hip Hop - Grades 1-4 - 45 Minutes 

Hip hop, as a dance style, is anything but simple. Hip hop dancers frequently engage in friendly battles or informal dance competitions. The acrobatics involved often rival those of highly trained gymnasts. As with ballet dancers, the best hip hop dancers can be considered true athletes.

Hip Hop classes develop upon the basic learned in Primary Hip Hop. Students learn popping, locking, breaking, Boogaloo, and Social / Street Styles.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform required.

Tap (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Grade 1 Tap - 7 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 2 Tap - 8 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 3 Tap - 9 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 4 Tap - 10 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Tap dance is an exciting form of dance that involves dancers wearing special shoes equipped with metal taps. Tap dancers use their feet like drums to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats. The term "tap dancing" is derived from the tapping sound produced when the small metal plates on the dancer's shoes touch a hard floor or surface. 

 

Classical, or Theatre Tap, tappers use their arms and upper bodies to blend movements of ballet or jazz into their tap routines. ADAPT Theatre Tap Syllabus outlines the steps, skills and rhythms learned each year by age, and are examined annually by an external examiner. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

Acro (Acrobatic Arts)

Grade 1 Acro - 7 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 2 Acro - 8 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 3 Acro - 9 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Grade 4 Acro - 10 Years Old - 60 Minutes

Youth Prep Level 1 Cheerleading - Ages 7-12 - 60 Minutes

The Acrobatic Arts examination process is designed to motivate dancers. Having defined and achievable goals is a proven way to motivate dancers to excel. Dancers work through twelve exam levels, each designed to create a well balanced acrobat, including elements of flexibility, strength, balance, limbering and tumbling.  

Acrobatic Arts Certified Examiners evaluate dancers against a set universal standard, allowing dancers and teachers to see where the dancer stands globally.  The Examinations, provide dancers with a positive environment in which to perform and receive feedback regarding their technical development.  They offer the students a challenge to show their understanding of the work they have been learning in class and offer a feeling of accomplishment to the student.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

Modern (Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing)

Junior School Modern/Lyrical - Ages 7-10 - 60 Minutes

Classes follow the Modern Theatre syllabus, as laid out by the ISTD. The aim of Class Examination is to provide an assessment scheme for dance, which gives the basis for the measurement of the individual candidate's progress and development. Students explore the foundations of Modern, Lyrical and Contemporary. 

MODERN: Born in the early 20th century, modern dance is a dance style that focuses on a dancer's own interpretations instead of structured steps, as in traditional ballet dancing. Modern dancers explore and push the limitations of classical ballet and favor movements derived from the expression of their inner feelings.

LYRICAL: Lyrical dance is a dance style that blends elements of ballet and jazz dance. Lyrical dance is generally a little more fluid than ballet and also somewhat faster -- although not as rapidly executed as jazz dance. Lyrical dance is also somewhat smoother and a bit faster than ballet, but not quite as fast as jazz.

CONTEMPORARY: Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modernjazzlyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements.Contemporary dancers focus on floorwork, using gravity to pull them down to the floor. This dance genre is often done in bare feet. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

 

Intermediate School Classes

Division 3 - 34-Week Term

Ages 11-14

Ballet (Royal Academy of Dance)

Grade 5 Ballet - 11+ Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes

Intermediate Foundation Ballet - 12+ Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes
Grade 6 Ballet - 13+ Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes

Intermediate Ballet - 14+ Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes

The Royal Academy of Dance is one of the world’s most influential dance education organisations. Founded in 1920 to set standards for dance teaching in the UK, it is now recognized world-wide. 

 

Graded Syllabi and accompanying examinations develop students’ physical skills, stamina, creativity, expression and musicality using a range of sounds and musical styles. This strong foundation prepares students for a successful transition to ballet higher levels, and other dance genres. 

In the Intermediate School, students are beginning their training in pointe shoes. Classes are twice per week, plus a once-weekly pointe class called PBT.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 

Jazz (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Pre-Intermediate 1 - Grade 5+ - 60 Minutes

ADAPT is North America’s leading professional dance certification program with over 600 ADAPT Certified Graduates teaching worldwide.  It is a three year program and participants are expected to attend three summers to achieve their "ADAPT TEACHER’S CERTIFICATE".

Graded Syllabi and accompanying examinations build the foundations of jazz technique for the stage. Jazz dancing is a form that showcases a dancer's originality. All jazz dancers interpret and execute moves and steps in their own way. This type of dancing consists of fancy footwork, big leaps, and quick turns. To excel in jazz, dancers need a strong background in ballet, as it encourages grace and balance.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required.

Hip Hop

Inter/Senior School Hip Hop - Grades 5+ - 45 Minutes 

Hip hop, as a dance style, is anything but simple. Hip hop dancers frequently engage in friendly battles or informal dance competitions. The acrobatics involved often rival those of highly trained gymnasts. As with ballet dancers, the best hip hop dancers can be considered true athletes.

Hip Hop classes develop upon the basic learned in Junior School Hip Hop. Students learn popping, locking, breaking, Boogaloo, and Social / Street Styles.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform required.

Tap (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Pre-Intermediate 1 Tap - Grade 5+ - 60 Minutes

 

Tap dance is an exciting form of dance that involves dancers wearing special shoes equipped with metal taps. Tap dancers use their feet like drums to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats. The term "tap dancing" is derived from the tapping sound produced when the small metal plates on the dancer's shoes touch a hard floor or surface. 

 

Classical, or Theatre Tap, tappers use their arms and upper bodies to blend movements of ballet or jazz into their tap routines. ADAPT Theatre Tap Syllabus outlines the steps, skills and rhythms learned each year by age, and are examined annually by an external examiner. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

Acro (Acrobatic Arts)

Level 4/5 Acro - Grades 5+ - 60 Mintues

The Acrobatic Arts examination process is designed to motivate dancers. Having defined and achievable goals is a proven way to motivate dancers to excel. Dancers work through twelve exam levels, each designed to create a well balanced acrobat, including elements of flexibility, strength, balance, limbering and tumbling.  

Acrobatic Arts Certified Examiners evaluate dancers against a set universal standard, allowing dancers and teachers to see where the dancer stands globally.  The Examinations, provide dancers with a positive environment in which to perform and receive feedback regarding their technical development.  They offer the students a challenge to show their understanding of the work they have been learning in class and offer a feeling of accomplishment to the student. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

Modern (Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing)

Inter/Senior Modern - Grade 5+ - 60 Minutes

Classes follow the Modern Theatre syllabus, as laid out by the ISTD. The aim of Class Examination is to provide an assessment scheme for dance, which gives the basis for the measurement of the individual candidate's progress and development. Students explore the foundations of Modern, Lyrical and Contemporary. 

MODERN: Born in the early 20th century, modern dance is a dance style that focuses on a dancer's own interpretations instead of structured steps, as in traditional ballet dancing. Modern dancers explore and push the limitations of classical ballet and favor movements derived from the expression of their inner feelings.

LYRICAL: Lyrical dance is a dance style that blends elements of ballet and jazz dance. Lyrical dance is generally a little more fluid than ballet and also somewhat faster -- although not as rapidly executed as jazz dance. Lyrical dance is also somewhat smoother and a bit faster than ballet, but not quite as fast as jazz.

CONTEMPORARY: Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modernjazzlyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements.Contemporary dancers focus on floorwork, using gravity to pull them down to the floor. This dance genre is often done in bare feet. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

 

Senior School Classes

Division 3 - 34-Week Term

Ages 15-18

Ballet (Royal Academy of Dance)

Grade 7 Ballet - 15+ Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes

Advanced Foundation Ballet - 16+ Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes
Grade 8 Ballet - 17+ Years Old - 2x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes

Advanced 1 Ballet - 17+ Years Old - 2x 75 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes

Advanced 2 Ballet - 17+ Years Old - 3x 60 Minutes; 1x 30 Minutes

The Royal Academy of Dance is one of the world’s most influential dance education organisations. Founded in 1920 to set standards for dance teaching in the UK, it is now recognized world-wide. 

 

Graded Syllabi and accompanying examinations develop students’ physical skills, stamina, creativity, expression and musicality using a range of sounds and musical styles. This strong foundation prepares students for a successful transition to ballet higher levels, and other dance genres. 

In the Senior School, students are developing their skill and precivison in pointe work. Classes are twice per week, plus a once-weekly pointe class called PBT.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 

Jazz (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Pre-Intermediate 1 - Grade 5+ - 60 Minutes

ADAPT is North America’s leading professional dance certification program with over 600 ADAPT Certified Graduates teaching worldwide.  It is a three year program and participants are expected to attend three summers to achieve their "ADAPT TEACHER’S CERTIFICATE".

Graded Syllabi and accompanying examinations build the foundations of jazz technique for the stage. Jazz dancing is a form that showcases a dancer's originality. All jazz dancers interpret and execute moves and steps in their own way. This type of dancing consists of fancy footwork, big leaps, and quick turns. To excel in jazz, dancers need a strong background in ballet, as it encourages grace and balance.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required.

Hip Hop

Inter/Senior School Hip Hop - Grades 5+ - 45 Minutes 

Hip hop, as a dance style, is anything but simple. Hip hop dancers frequently engage in friendly battles or informal dance competitions. The acrobatics involved often rival those of highly trained gymnasts. As with ballet dancers, the best hip hop dancers can be considered true athletes.

Hip Hop classes develop upon the basic learned in Junior School Hip Hop. Students learn popping, locking, breaking, Boogaloo, and Social / Street Styles.

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform required.

Tap (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Pre-Intermediate 1 Tap - Grade 5+ - 60 Minutes

 

Tap dance is an exciting form of dance that involves dancers wearing special shoes equipped with metal taps. Tap dancers use their feet like drums to create rhythmic patterns and timely beats. The term "tap dancing" is derived from the tapping sound produced when the small metal plates on the dancer's shoes touch a hard floor or surface. 

 

Classical, or Theatre Tap, tappers use their arms and upper bodies to blend movements of ballet or jazz into their tap routines. ADAPT Theatre Tap Syllabus outlines the steps, skills and rhythms learned each year by age, and are examined annually by an external examiner. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

Acro (Acrobatic Arts)

Level 4/5 Acro - Grades 5+ - 60 Mintues

The Acrobatic Arts examination process is designed to motivate dancers. Having defined and achievable goals is a proven way to motivate dancers to excel. Dancers work through twelve exam levels, each designed to create a well balanced acrobat, including elements of flexibility, strength, balance, limbering and tumbling.  

Acrobatic Arts Certified Examiners evaluate dancers against a set universal standard, allowing dancers and teachers to see where the dancer stands globally.  The Examinations, provide dancers with a positive environment in which to perform and receive feedback regarding their technical development.  They offer the students a challenge to show their understanding of the work they have been learning in class and offer a feeling of accomplishment to the student. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

Modern (Imperial Society of Teachers of Dancing)

Inter/Senior Modern - Grade 5+ - 60 Minutes

Classes follow the Modern Theatre syllabus, as laid out by the ISTD. The aim of Class Examination is to provide an assessment scheme for dance, which gives the basis for the measurement of the individual candidate's progress and development. Students explore the foundations of Modern, Lyrical and Contemporary. 

MODERN: Born in the early 20th century, modern dance is a dance style that focuses on a dancer's own interpretations instead of structured steps, as in traditional ballet dancing. Modern dancers explore and push the limitations of classical ballet and favor movements derived from the expression of their inner feelings.

LYRICAL: Lyrical dance is a dance style that blends elements of ballet and jazz dance. Lyrical dance is generally a little more fluid than ballet and also somewhat faster -- although not as rapidly executed as jazz dance. Lyrical dance is also somewhat smoother and a bit faster than ballet, but not quite as fast as jazz.

CONTEMPORARY: Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modernjazzlyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements.Contemporary dancers focus on floorwork, using gravity to pull them down to the floor. This dance genre is often done in bare feet. 

This class is 34-week term. Students perform in two recitals: December and June. 

Uniform Required. 



 

 

Adult & Alumni

Division 1 - 12-Week Sessions

Ages 18+

Ballet (Royal Academy of Dance)

Absolute Beginner Adult Ballet

Beginner Adult Ballet

Intermediate/Experienced Adult Ballet

Advanced Adult Ballet

Recital Optional. 
 

Jazz (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Absolute Beginner Adult Jazz
Beginner Adult Jazz

Intermediate/Experienced Adult Jazz
Advanced Adult Jazz

Recital Optional. 

Hip Hop

Absolute Beginner Adult Hip Hop
Beginner Adult Hip Hop

Intermediate/Experienced Adult Hip Hop
Advanced Adult Hip Hop

Recital Optional. 

Tap (Associated Dance Arts for Professional Teachers)

Pre-Intermediate 1 Tap - Grade 5+ - 60 Minutes

 

Absolute Beginner Adult Tap
Beginner Adult Tap

Intermediate/Experienced Adult Tap
Advanced Adult Tap



Recital Optional. 



 

Social Dances, Ballroom, Latin

Adult Social Dance Club

Learn the basics of salsa, samba, bachata, merengue, swing and more. No partner necessary. 

Recital Optional. 



 

 

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