Dance South offers superior dance training in a non-competitive
and nurturing environment. Our goal is to provide a program
that focuses on technique, dancer health, and child development.
Primary and Elementary Division
Toddler Dance and Tumble
Classes are 30-minute classes and are designed for children 2 years of age. This class uses dance and music to develop rhythm, coordination, balance, as well as self-confidence and self-expression.
Kinderdance with Tumble
Classes are 1 hour and are designed for age 3 years to develop rhythm, coordination, and self-confidence through creative movement.
Classes are one hour and are designed for ages 4-5 years to
introduce the basic elements of ballet and tap technique.
Classes are for kindergarten - 2nd graders. The class combines ballet, jazz, and tap technique to build ballet fundamentals, rhythm, coordination, and flexibility. This class is 1.5 hours.
Pre - Hiphop
Classes are especially designed hiphop classes for kindergarten - 2nd grade. This class offers age-appropriate movement, styles, and music for young dancers. This class can be added on to any Ballet/Jazz/Tap Combination class.
Classes are non-competitive tumbling technique ages 3 - 2nd grade. Using music, games, and props, our structured classes teach gymnastic floor skills, tumbling, and movement. Our unique curriculum is especially designed for young dancers to further motor skill development, strength, coordination, and flexibility.
Secondary Recreational and Conservatory Division
We offer students 2nd grade through high school exceptional training by highly qualified dance educators in
- Classical Ballet
- Musical Theater
- Tumbling classes
Classes are beginner, intermediate, and advanced levels. Each class is 30 minutes to 1.5 hours depending on age and level.
Pointe classes are offered for intermediate to advanced ballet students ages 12 and older meeting the proficiency requirements. Students must attend two ballet classes (pre-pointe) per week for at least one year prior to consideration for pointe. Pointe students must continue in two or more
ballet classes per week while training on pointe. These requirements are for the safety and life long health of the dancer.
*Conservatory students will be placed with respect to their age,
potential, and proficiency by the studio director.