(919) 661 - 9111​ | 381 Cleveland Crossing Dr. #113, Garner, NC 27529

To enroll into classes please register through our Online Registration by ​click the tab above "Register Now." You may then log into your Customer Portal by clicking on the "Customer Portal Login" link located on our Home page in the top right corner. This portal will allow you to enroll into classes. It will also allow you to view your balances and make your payments online throughout the year and/or for summer classes. (You may also enroll into classes and make your payments at the studio if you wish to do so.)
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What dance level is best for you?

Dancers will be placed in appropriate classes by evaluation. Current students will receive recommendations from their teachers with the recommended fall classes. New students may sign up for their desired class but will be evaluated the first week of the class(es) and then placed into the correct class(es)

Beginning: Beginning level classes are for 1st-3rd grade or those with little to no dance experience.

Intermediate: Intermediate level classes are for 4th -7th grade or those with at least 5-10 years of dance experience.

Advance: Advance level classes are for 8th grade and up or those with 10+ years of dance experience.

What acro level is best for you?

Acro I: Dancers will learn forward and backward rolls, backbends, tripods, cartwheels, round-offs, and more ( Needs 100% spotting.)

Acro II: Dancers will learn forward and backward rolls, straddle forward roll into split, backbends, tripod, headstands, chest stands, back walkover, 1 and 2 handed cartwheels, round-offs and more. ( Needs minimal spotting.)

Acro III: Dancers should already have forward and backward rolls, backbends, back walkovers, cartwheels, and round-offs. In Acro III they will progress and learn more advanced elements such as handstand walk down, front and back limber, front walkovers, Arabian front walk over, elbow stands, Valdez, handsprings, and more. ( Can completely independently.)

Acro IV: Dancers should already have mastered skills in Acro I, II, III. In Acro IV they will progress and learn more advanced elements such as variations of tumbling passes, tucks, layouts, and more. (Mastery - students can perform the skill with the proper technique.

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