Classes for Experienced Dance Students
Options for all ages and abilities ages 11 & up
Our classes for experienced students are designed to provide an outlet for students ages 11 and up who would like to continue their passion for dance. Studio North Dance Arts provides students with the highest quality dance training, allowing tweens and teens to reach their fullest potential. These classes provide open opportunities to dance for boys and girls ages 11 through 19. Our experienced program allows dancers to explore the fundamental teachings of the three classical genres: ballet, tap and jazz, while modern, acroDance and hip-hop provide the opportunity to explore more contemporary forms of dance. Students are placed in classes based on their age and experience, and are continually evaluated by our faculty to insure proper placement. In an environment that builds self-esteem and confidence, parents are assured their child will develop necessary life tools that extend far beyond the classroom. A weekly ballet class is recommended for dancers in all disciplines to aid in development of technique, musicality and stage presence.
experienced ages 11+ with a minimum of 2 years Elementary 2 experience & teacher recommendation
2-4 year program 1 hour weekly class 1 recital dance per class
Intermediate classes build on the skill and theory foundations set in Elementary 2 classes in an inclusive and encouraging setting designed to meet the individual needs and goals of each student.
Intermediate Hip Hop
experienced ages 13+ with a minimum of 2 years Intermediate experience & teacher recommendation
2-6 year program 1 hour weekly class 1 recital dance per class
Senior classes allow experienced teen students to work on technique within their own peer group; skills are presented on multiple levels to allow each student to find success, joy and achievement through movement.
By Invitation Only (BIO) Classes for ages 8 & up
placement by teacher recommendation only
Dancers that excel technically with the passion, dedication and desire to pursue more serious dance training are selected by teachers through in-class evaluation. Dancers invited to participate in these programs are required to maintain at least 4 classes a week, including a minimum of two ballet classes (two ballet classes and two pointe classes are required for pointe study). Disciplines offered include ballet, jazz, tap, modern, pointe and hip-hop. Classes provide a strong and diverse foundation for these young dance artists. Registration in these classes is by teacher invitation/recommendation only.
BIO Ballet 8/10, 10/12, 14/16 and 15