Programs

Recreational Program

Dancers in our recreational program are provided with the highest quality training so that they may reach their full potential. Along with the dance training, students will develop confidence, discipline, posture and creativity in a fun and friendly environment.

 

Summer Program

We offer something for everyone.  Beginners will explore various forms of dance and experienced dancers stay in shape throughout the year.
  • Our pre-school short-term camp designed for 5&6 year olds, gives you an opportunity to see if your child is ready for dance.
  • Our recreational dance camp for children 7 - 12, is designed for beginners and those wishing to try other forms of dance.  It is a combination of dance, drama and crafts with performance.
  • Our intensive conditioning and technique camp is designed as a training program for experienced dancers.

 

Pre-Competitive Program

Students in competition are enrolled in a highly intensive training program that extends to all areas of dance. They are accepted into this program by audition only and must take ballet and a specified minimum number of classes per week depending on the students age:
  • Juniors - 3 hrs/week
  • Intermediates - 5 hrs/week
  • Seniors - 7 hrs/week
Competition students must also dance year round to stay flexible and in shape.

 

Competitive Program

Students in competition are enrolled in a highly intensive training program that extends to all areas of dance. They are accepted into this program by audition only and must take ballet and a specified minimum number of classes per week depending on the students age:
  • Juniors - 3 hrs/week
  • Intermediates - 5 hrs/week
  • Seniors - 7 hrs/week
Competition students must also dance year round to stay flexible and in shape.

 

Exam Program

Exams set goals your child can work towards. They offer a challenge and provide a great sense if achievement. Exams give parents an indication of their child's progress and proof of their teachers expertise and professionalism. Ballet students are examined by The Royal Academy of Dance (R.A.D.), Jazz and Acro by The Canadian Dance Teachers Association (C.D.T.A.), and Tap and Modern by The Imperial Society of Teachers of Dance (I.S.T.D.). All students learn the syllabus throughout the year. At the teachers discretion, some students may be asked to take their exams.