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, ELEMENTARY, and TEEN RECREATIONAL DIVISION
Toddler Dance and Tumble classes are 30 minute classes and are designed for
children 18 months to 2 years. This class uses dance and music to develop rhythm,
coordination, balance, as well as self-confidence and self-expression.
Kinderdance classes are 45 minutes and are designed for 3 year olds to develop
rhythm, coordination, and self-confidence through creative movement.
Ballet/Tap Combination classes are one hour and are designed for 4-5 year olds to
introduce the basic elements of ballet and tap technique.
Ballet/Tap/Jazz Combination classes are for Kindergarten - 2nd graders. The
student may take either tap or jazz, or both in combination with the ballet class. This class
ranges from 30 minutes to 1.5 hours.
K-Hop 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.
Ballet, Jazz, HipHop, and Tap classes are for beginner through intermediate
dance students in 3rd - 12th grade. These classes are 30 minutes each and are offered all in
one afternoon/evening session.
B BOYS DANCE CREW is a boys only class. This class teaches various hiphop styles
like popping, locking, and bboy. Add on the Tricks and Tumbling class for bboys to learn
hiphop tricks like stalls, head stands, coffee grinders, and hiphop tumbling.
**Students will be
placed with respect
to their age,
proficiency by the
SECONDARY TO PRE-PROFFESIONAL CONSERVATORY DIVISION
Classical Ballet, Jazz, Contemporary/Modern, and HipHop classes are
for students 2nd grade and up at the intermediate to the advanced level. Classes are
combination or 1 to 1.5 hours each depending on age and level.
Tap classes are 30 - 45 minutes and are for students 2nd grade and up from the intermediate to
the advanced levels.
Pointe classes are for intermediate to advanced ballet students meeting the proficiency
requirements. Students must attend two ballet classes 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
For information on our Acrodance and Tumbling, please go the