danced-logo-top
Follow us on Facebook
  • 1

2016 Recital Documents!

Everything you need to know for the 2016 Recital is posted below!

2016 Recital Show Order

2016 Accessory Sheet

Recent Photos and Video!

week 1

This video was created to show off some of the awesome things we do at DancEd our our Yelp page. It is just too cool not to share here, enjoy!!

 

My-dance-studio

Would you like to know the impact DancEd has on our dancers? Hear it directly from 2014 H.S. graduate and lifelong DancEd dancer Lauren Smith and prepare to be moved."Take a look!"

Latest News

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DancEd. Calendar

Click an item to see additional information!
Mar
10
Summer Class Registration begins at 9am
Thursday, Mar 10, 2016 - Sunday, Jun 12, 2016
Jun
01
Fall Registration for Families Currently Enrolled in Spring, ´16
Wednesday, Jun 01, 2016 - Tuesday, Nov 30, 1999
Jun
03
Open Registration for ALL School Year Classes!!!
Friday, Jun 03, 2016 - Tuesday, Nov 30, 1999
Jun
06
Jun
08
Recital Weekend!!!!!!!
Wednesday, Jun 08, 2016 - Sunday, Jun 12, 2016
Jun
20
Summer Classes Begin!!!
Monday, Jun 20, 2016
Jul
04
No Class - Independence Day
Monday, Jul 04, 2016

DancEd. Classes

  • All
  • Family
  • Youth
  • Teen
  • Adult
  • General
  • Ballet
  • Fitness
  • Theatre
  • Jazz
  • Tap
  • Default
  • Title
  • Date
  • Random
  • Mother and young child (18 months-36 months) will interact and enjoy moving together to different types of music. Creative movement activities will enhance visual, auditory, and kinesthetic skills. Mother and child need loose-fitting clothes and tennis shoes or dance shoes.
    Read More
    • Family
  • Students will learn dance steps using special dance shoes that make noise! Tap dancing is a form of dance where the dancer is able to make different sounds using their feet and is considered to be an American art form. Gene Kelly, Gregory Hines, and Ann Miller are all famous tap dancers. Students need leotard and tights or unitard, and black tap shoes.
    Read More
    • Youth
    • Teen
    • Adult
  • Needs Description
    Read More
    • General
    • Teen
    • Youth
  • Beginning  level classes for students 9-12 years old who are interested in dance but have little experience or training in a particular genre. These classes advance more quickly and learn more steps.
    Read More
    • General
  • These classes will help stretch and strengthen muscles. Great for balance, flexibility, improving posture, and more! We offer beginning and intermediate Tap and Jazz as well as adult Hip Hop and Ballet.  In addition to the benefits from stretching and excersizing, dancing is proven to keep the mind sharp.  Give it a try!!!
    Read More
    • Family
    • Adult
  • This class combines many different styles of dance to produce a new modern version of Ballet and Jazz. Flexibility, muscular strength, and endurance will be enhanced through dance exercises and routines. Students need leotard and footless tights, lyrical sandals, or bare feet.
    Read More
    • Teen
  • Students will participate in ballet, creative movement and tap instruction. Dancers will play movement games, use props, learn new steps, and meet new friends - all in a structured and FUN dance environment! They will get to move while using their imagination and improv to super fun music.  Each session students will also get to participate in several theme-based classes where they can dress up for class.  Students need black tap shoes, pink ballet shoes, dance bag, leotard, and tights. NOTE: All dancers MUST be potty-trained and able to attend class on their own (without parent present).
    Read More
    • Ballet
    • Youth
  • Teen level classes are for older students with little dance training in that genre. Teen Jazz 1-2 is for older students at a Jazz 3-4 level class. Teen Jazz 3-4 is for Jazz 6 and higher students who are not able to take Ballet.
    Read More
    • Teen
    • General
  • Students will learn how to stretch and strengthen their core. This is a great class if one needs improvement with flexibility. Students need dance attire and bare feet (no socks or footed tights).
    Read More
    • Fitness
load more hold SHIFT key to load all load all
Follow Us

Login