We want to make sure you choose the perfect class(es) for your dancer… Follow the guidelines below based on age and ability to find them the right class(es)! If you have any questions- don’t hesitate to ask!
TAYLOR TOTS (2-3 years old by Dec.31st)
This program offers your independent child the chance to be a big kid in a structured (yet fun) introduction to Ballet, Acro and Jazz class. Parents are welcome to watch through the viewing window as their child learns to follow in a class situation, make friends and learn the basics of movement to music!
TAYLOR COMBO (4-6 years old by Dec 31st)
This program is a combination class that offers dancers Jazz, Tap and Ballet training. Dancers will be in a structured class learning the techniques to build a strong foundation in each style of dance.
TAYLOR COMBO PLUS! (4-6 years old with experience by Dec 31st)
This program offers dancers the development of skills in Jazz, Tap and Ballet. Dancers are expected to remember choreography on their own, practice week to week, remember terminology and build confidence through in class performance leading up to on stage performance. This class is geared towards dancers who have been taking class for multiple years and are ready for a challenge! This class is eligible for our pre-competitive program!
MINI HIP HOP (4-6 years old by Dec 31st)
A fun-upbeat class for young dancers who enjoy moving! An energetic class to develop quality of movement and a hip hop style. Dancers will enjoy using their personality in the choreography to appropriate music they know and love.
BALLET- Ballet will be offered to all dancers age 6 +. Dancers will train to develop strong technique, quality of movement and will be selected to prepare for their R.A.D examinations. Dancers will be placed based on level.
JAZZ- TAP- HIP HOP- LYRICAL- CONTEMPORARY- POINTE- STRETCH & STRENGTH- TECHNIQUE- TUMBLING
ACROBATICS– Acrobatic Arts Syllabus Training Acro will be offered by level this season. Dancers will be placed based on past assesments or can schedule an assessment (new students) to be placed appropriately.