SUMMER 2025 Information & Schedule

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Registration for summer and fall opens TBD for current students and TBD for new students!

*Return students please remember our Summer Attendance Policy:*

NEW! Dance Team Choreography Camp

Dancers in Levels 2 (“Beginner” classes) and up are invited to participate in our NEW Dance Team Choreography Camp! 

DT Choreography Camp will meet ONE WEEK and will perform at the Greensboro Grasshopper Stadium (dates TBD after the Grasshopper Game Schedule is released).

Please be aware: By filling out the “Registration Form,” you are committing to the classes you select as well the Registration fee and all class fees. If you would like more information or have questions you’d like to discuss before registering, please call or email us first–we are happy to help prior to you completing your registration form! It takes quite a bit of time to set up student accounts in our system each year; we appreciate your understanding!

Class Placement: Please note that Class Placement for ages 7.5+ is first based on dancer’s level of ability. Age is a factor, but each dancer is special and unique and we strive to place them in the level that they fit best. Dancers over age 8 may be asked to attend a placement class so we can assess which class is best for them!

Please contact us prior to registering if you have questions regarding your future student’s placement.

Summer 2024: June 9-August 14 (Closed July 4th week)

***Competition Team Choreography Camp: August 18-22***

  • Creative Movement: Designed specifically for boys and girls aged 2.5-4; we introduce basics of dance and teach valuable skills while we explore both free and structured movement. Dancers will learn how to take turns, encourage other students, and follow directions. Rhythm, counting, and basic ballet technique is introduced. (More info here)
  • Foundations: Introductory level class that creates a strong technical foundation for young dancers aged 4.5-5.5! Foundations will prepare dancers for the next level by introducing proper ballet and tap technique as well as encourage them to explore their own creativity. (More info here)
  • Tiny Tumblers: Tiny Tumblers is open to ages 3.5-5; we will explore basic concepts of acro/gymnastics as well as some fundamentals of Modern dance! It will definitely be an action-packed 30 minutes!
  • Level 1 (BTJ1 & Intro to Acro): Beginner level for ages 5.5-7. Dancers in level 1 are introduced to a more traditionally structured class. Ballet warm up is completed in the center followed by across the floor, petit allegro, stretching, some basic jazz technique, and tap technique. Throughout class, follow-along and guided movement exercises (or “games”) are performed to encourage dancers to explore their own creativity as well as experience the freedom of creating their own movement (this aides in critical thinking and problem solving, too!). Dancers who complete level 1 will have a proper understanding of basic ballet, jazz, and tap terminology as well as correct body placement so they are ready to participate in beginner level classes.
  • Level 2: Beginner level for ages 7.5-10(ish). New students older than 7 are placed here. Dancers learn the importance of correct technique and begin to understand and practice concepts like alignment and controlled movement. Combinations are straightforward so dancers may focus on correct placement and alignment.
  • Level 3: High beginner/low intermediate level for ages 9-11(ish). Dancers in level 3 should have at least 1 year experience and have shown they understand and can display correct technique. They should be able to perform a bit more complex combinations without sacrificing alignment or correct technique.
  • Level 4: Intermediate level for ages 10-12(ish). Dancers in level 4 should have at least 2-3 years experience and consistently exhibit correct technique, control, and coordination. Class combinations become more complex and dancers are encouraged to explore their own artistry in greater depth.
  • Level 5: High intermediate/low advanced level for ages 11-Teen. Dancers in level 5 should be able to perform complex combinations without sacrificing correct technique, control, and artistry. Advanced steps and ideas are introduced. Pointe work is introduced as dancers become strong enough.
  • Level 6: Advanced level for ages 13-Teen. Dancers in level 6 consistently show they understand and can perform correct technique. Dancers learn complex/advanced steps and combinations and can execute these combinations without sacrificing technique, control, and artistry.