Dance With Me
This 30-minute session will introduce the basics of
dance to 2-3 year olds with help during class from a
parent/caretaker. Participants will work on large and
small motor skills, rhythm, coordination, working with
others, balance and direction all while using lots of
fun props and music. Dancers will learn about the
fundamentals of dance while also learning important
skills such as taking turns, listening versus talking time,
special awareness all while developing their
confidence! Participants are encouraged to have dance
attire (leotards or tank tops and spandex shorts)
and ballet and tap shoes. Thee will be a six week
session offered in the fall, winter and the spring.
See the Class Schedule tab for the upcoming
dates and class times.
Ages 3-5 Ballet/tap Combination Class
Our 3-4 year old's have a 45 minute class that meets once a week and they learn the basics of ballet and tap. We focus on small and large motor skills, learning basic dance terminology, class basics such as listening and taking turns, balance, coordination and memorization skills all while having fun with lots of different music and props. The class meets from September-the middle of May. These dancers will wrap up their year with one dance in our spring recitals that will happen in mid May. They will have 2 costume deposits of $40.00 that are due on October 1st and December 1st.
Ages 4-5 Ballet/Tap Combination Class
Our Dancers aged 4-5 have a 45 minute class
that meets once a week. While we continue to work
on small/large motor skills, class basics and
balance/coordination/ memorization we start
to focus on stringing steps together.
We continue to wo on terminology and technique
during class using different music
and props. We build confidence in the
dancers by preparing them for stage and
teaching them stage basics. The class meets from
September- the middle of May.
These dancers will wrap up their year
with one dance in our spring recitals that
will happen in mid May. They will have 2
costume deposits of $40.00 that are due on
October 1st and December 1st.
Ages 5-7 Ballet/Tap/Jazz Combination Class
Our dancers in this age group have a i hour class that meets once a week. They learn the terminology, technique and skills for ballet, tap and jazz. We start to incorporate the basics of choreography, formations and more stage direction. We save time to let loose and still wind down with fun games/activities that help with balance/coordination and teamwork. This class meets from September-mid May where they will perform two dances in our spring recital. They will have two costume payments of $80.00 due on October 1st and December 1st as they will receive two costumes for the recital performances. This class will also be offered the option of performing in our annual holiday show. More details regarding the holiday show will be given out in class once the session starts.
Ages 7-9 and 10 and up
Ballet/Tap/Jazz Combination Class
We have a ballet/tap/jazz combination class for dancers
ages 7-9 and also 10 and up (perfect for dancers with limited
experience) While we continue to teach the basics of dance
technique and terminology we really start to focus on stage
presence and flexibility. We work on preparing the dancers in
these classes to be ready to join our competitive lines if that is
the path that they choose. This class meets from
September-mid May where they will perform two dances in
our spring recital. They will have two costume payments
of $80.00 due on October 1st and December 1st as they will
receive two costumes for the recital performances. This class
meets from September-mid May where they will perform
two dances in our spring recital. They will have two costume
payments of $80.00 due on October 1st and December 1st
as they will receive two costumes for the recital performances.
This class will also be offered the option of performing in our annual holiday show. More details regarding the holiday show will be given out in class once the session starts.
offer the oppourtunity for dancers in this class to attend
one competition with one dance so they can experience a
dance competition setting. This activity is completely optional.
Hip Hop Classes
We have 3 hip hop class options! Pop Hop is for ages 5-8, Hip Hop is for ages 9-13 and our Comp Hop class is a competition hip hop class for ages 13 and up. Our Comp Hop class is for dancers with previous hip hop or dance experience. They will perform in two competitions in the spring. Hip Hop classes are a great add on class for dancers enrolled in another program as it gives them another oppourtunity to perform on stage. Our Hip Hop dances, music and choreography always stay age appropriate. It is a favorite class as it really lets dancers break free in their movements and fell all the energy of the music through their movements. The pop hop and hip hop classes are a half hour class, the Comp Hop is a 45 minute class. This class meets from
wherethey will perform
two dances in our spring
recital. They will have
two costume payments
of $40.00 due
on October 1st and
December 1st .This class will
also beoffered the option
of performing in our
show. More details
regarding the holiday
show will be
given out in class once
the session starts.
KMC Show Unit
Our Show Unit groups are our competition lines. They meet one a week for an hour and a half. We have 5 different show unit classes . They learn 4 dances that they compete with in the spring and perform in the spring recital. They will learn a tap, jazz, ballet or open number and a production number. They also are required to take 2 additional ballet technique classes each month. We structure our show unit groups so our dancers can also be involved in other sports/activities. In fact, over 75% of our show unit dancers are involved in another activity outside of the studio. Our show unit dancers have two mandatory competitions in the spring and one that is optional. Our show unit groups consistently place in the top 10 at competitions and have been the recipients of many special judges awards. We have dances that we are proud to say are regional and national first in category award winners. We believe that teaching our dancers to give back to their community with their talent is also important so we go to local care centers/senior living centers during the holiday season to perform a holiday show for the residents. We are involved in many activities in the community throughout the year and we award a special community service award to our dancers who go above and beyond helping at these events. While we focus on quality dances and technique with our competition lines, we also believe in helping to make our students great at more than just dancing.
Our Lyrical program is an add on class
option for our show unit dancers.
It is a 45 minute class that meets
once a week. It is considered part of
our competition line classes so
they compete at two required competitions
in the spring and a
third one that is optional. They also perform
in our holiday show and annual
Our lyrical dancers expand their technique
and build their stage presence and
confidence by learning how to interpret
the feeling of a song/lyrics through
their body movements. It is a beautiful
and moving form of dance to watch.
Our lyrical program
dancers have won top honors at many
competitions and have been given judges
awards for their grace and storytelling.
Our Contemporary program is another
branch of our competition line options.
Once a dancer has enrolled in our lyrical
program, they may then have an
evaluation to be a part of our
cotemporary line. These dances are the
perfect blend of grace and strength. They
blend the beauty and storytelling of
lyrical with the strength and intensity of
acro tricks and partnering work. The
contemporary dances compete at four
competitions in the spring and also
perform in the annual recital. Since our
contemporary lines were started, they
have consistently taken top honors
Our Pointe line is another
specialized line that branches out
from our competition lines.
Students interested in this form
of dance first start taking pointe
technique classes that meet once a
week. Once they have developed the
strength, consistency in movement,
skill set and proper technique they
are then ready to perform as part of
our pointe line. The pointe students
compete at three competitions in
the spring and also perform in our
spring recital and holiday shows.
Pointe work is an extremely discipled
form of dance with classes that
involve a lot of repetition to work on muscle memory.
Our pointe dancers have been the category winners at competitions