Tap - a form of dance characterized by a tapping sound that is created from metal plates that are attached to both the ball and heel of the dancer's shoe. These metal plates, when tapped against a hard surface, create a percussive sound and as such the dancers are considered to be musicians.

Jazz - a smooth, modern form of dance characterized by technique such as kicks, leaps, and turns based in African-American vernacular dance as well as Caribbean traditional dance.

Lyrical - a dance style that combines elements of Ballet, Modern, and Jazz dance techniques commonly set to popular music with vocals. The name lyrical comes from the word "lyrics" because dancers use the lyrics of a song or music to inspire them to do certain movements or show expression. The goal of a lyrical dancer is to use gesture, facial expression, and controlled movements in order to execute their movements and emotions.

Musical Theater: Musical theater dancing is less of a particular style, and more of a description of dancing that is rooted in the diverse history of Broadway musicals. Relying heavily on a knowledge of ballet, tap, and jazz, musical theater dancers are, first and foremost, actors and place a high focus on musical interpretation

Hip Hop - a social dance style choreographed to hip-hop music based in the art of popping, locking, and breaking using isolated movements, focusing on separating parts of the body. Often freestyle in nature.

Kinderdance - an introduction to dance, based in ballet, focused on developing gross motor skills, listening skills, and social interaction with peers. Formerly known as Dance Playground because of the use of creative play within the dance curriculum.

Pre-Kinderdance - an introduction to movement, loosely based in ballet, focused on exposing young students to their peers to develop social interaction as well as working toward developing some gross motor skills

Combo - a combination class where the first half of the class teaches ballet and the other half of the class another style of dance.  It gives the students the opportunity to develop 2 styles of dance.

Performance Team -our competitive dance team that are trained in various styles of dance at a competitive level. The Performance Team attends numerous dance competitions as well as participating in community performances throughout the dance season.

Divisional Breakdown of Classes:

Pre-Kinderdance: 2 Year Olds

Kinderdance: 3 year olds

Combo: 4 & 5 years old

Starlet: Grades 1-3

Junior: Grades 4-6

Senior: Grades 7-12