We offer classes for students who are 2-18 years old.
The following is an overview of what we offer for each particular age group:
- Tiny Toes: 2 year olds
- Pre-Dance: 3 year olds
- Ballet/Gymnastics combo class: 4-5 year olds: 6-8 year olds
- Ballet/Tap combo class: 4-5 year-olds; 6-8 year olds
- Ballet/Hip-Hop combo class: 6-8 year-olds
- Boys' class: 6+ year olds
- Junior Hip-Hop class: 6-8 year olds
- Acro: 6-9 year olds
- Hip-Hop/Acro combo class: 8-10 year olds
- Jazz/Tap combo class: 8-10 year olds
- Pre-Pointe: 8-10 year olds
We also offer single-subject classes for 8-11 year olds in Lyrical, PrePointe, and Jazz.
Middle- and high-school students:
- Classical Ballet I & II;
*Note: Our “cutoff date” for age grouping is October 1st. The only exception is for 2 year olds who must already be 2 years of age by the time classes begin in late August.
Our studio year for 2021-22 runs from the first week of September (beginning August 30th) to early June, culminating with our annual recital. Our eight-month schedule gives our instructors the opportunity to know their students well. This in turn allows them to tailor their class format to meet the unique needs of each dancer.
We welcome male students in all classes and age groups. We also have a boys only class for 6-12 year olds.
No, she will be enrolled in a class with students in her own age group. Most of our classes have both new and current students; more than likely, she will meet another student in her class who is also a beginner.
Each of our studios has a waiting-room area in which parents remain during class. This arrangement helps our younger students work on self-sufficiency while still offering them the reassurance that Mom or Dad is waiting right outside. We host two “Parent Visit Days” per year: the last lesson before Winter Break and in May when costumes arrive. There is no limit on how many visitors a student may bring — parents, grandparents, siblings, aunts/uncles, etc. are all welcome to join us on these special days.
Proper dance attire is required in order to participate in class. Please see our Dress Code page for more details. This can be found under the heading "About Us" and "Policies" on our website.
Our staff consists of 17 instructors, all trained at CCDS. Please see the "Our Instructors" page for more information.
We hold recitals each year in June at Bradford Hall (on Kentucky State University’s campus). To view pictures taken at past recitals, visit our Photos page
Registration opens this year on June 14, 2021. Please visit our online registration page for the specific dates. If you have any questions pertaining to enrollment, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to hearing from you!