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Ages 13+


This is a GUIDELINE of suggested levels.

When we meet your child, interact with them and see their ability, social development, and movement skills, we will suggest the level that is appropriate for them. It  is our goal to ensure we help them feel confident as well as challenged for growth

There are not enough levels for students to progress each year.  Students could spend up to 3 years in a level depending on their confidence.  There's usually a challenge year the first year, a comfort year the second year, and before we push them up to the next level, we like them to experience a leadership year so that we know they have mastered on their skills. 

Sometimes when we see students bordering a level, we will have them come for both until they are certainly ready to make the leap.  Or if your child REALLY wanting to go up a level, we suggest coming to the lower level of that genre in addition to reinforce basic skills and strengthen in their practice.

Level 3A​  |  Ages 13+

Level 3 is our Intermediate level.  At this level we help students learn proper technique, establish vocabulary, and develop a passion for dance.  This level is perfect for older students wanting to learn dance, dance as at a recreational level, or grow in their technique. 

Level 3B & 3C​  |  Ages 13+

Level 3C is our Intermediate/Advanced level.  At this level we help students develop proper technique, build into our apprentice/trainee programs, or take on a higher level of dance.  This level is perfect for students new to our studio to reinforce proper technique with focus on injury prevention. These classes will be determined by placement from instructors at summer intensives or first week of classes.

Level 4A  |  Ages 13+

Level 4 is our advanced level.  New students must meet with our instructors in a private lesson, placement classes, or intensive setting.  This level we will continue to grow our students and develop into our Level 5/6 curriculum.

Level 4B  |  Ages 13+

Level 4B is our secondary class to students in 3B.

Levels A/B

If you are a new student, we will always start you in a "Level A" class for the first week, regardless of your experience. We have a specific checklist curriculum we follow for placement. All new students will be given a placement card for teachers to adjust schedule or levels based on the students' skill assessment.

LEVEL B will be assigned by a placement evaluation

LEVEL  C is intended for students that are adding a secondary class of that genre- for example, Enrolled in 2B and second ballet class- 2C (some kids take 2 ballet classes/week)

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Ballet 3B/4


Ballet 3A



Lyrical 3B/4



Acro 3A

Tap 3B/4


Acro 3B/4

Tap 3A

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Ballet 3A/3B/4


Leaps and Turns


Contemporary 3B/4

Lyrical 3A


Contemporary 3A




Contemporary Ballet


Hip Hop 3B/4


Musical Theatre 3/4/Broadway Heels


Jazz 3B

Hip Hop 3A


Jazz 4

Jazz 3A

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