August 21st to January 27th — Dress Rehearsal and Recital TBD
No classes September 2nd to September 4th -- LABOR DAY
No classes November 20th to November 25th -- FALL BREAK
No classes December 19th to January 1st -- WINTER BREAK
Picture Week: TBD
Dress Rehearsal: TBD
Recital Day: TBD
*Dates subject to change
Spring 2024 Class Schedule will be announced in late 2023. Stay tuned!
To register for classes: Select the "Register" button next to the class(es) you would like to enroll in. You will be prompted to complete a registration form and create a Parent Portal account, which will give you access to studio updates, your account information and more.
Class Placement Guidelines
Dancers new to Prime Technique Dance Academy, please use the following guide based on age as of Sept. 1st 2023 to select classes. Returning students should refer to their class recommend sheet:
Age | Available Class(es)
2 years & 8 months to 3 years & 3 months | Pre Ballet (must be 2 on or before January 1st 2023)
3 years & 3 months to 4 years | Pre Ballet or Kinder classes (must be 3 on or before June 1st 2023)
5 years | Pre Ballet, Kinder classes or Beginner classes
6 years | Kinder, Beginner or Intermediate classes
7 years | Beginner or Intermediate classes
8 years | Beginner, Intermediate or Advanced classes
9 years | Intermediate or Advanced classes
10 years | Intermediate, Advanced level or Junior Elite classes
11 years | Advanced, Junior Elite or Elite classes
12 to 13 years | Junior Elite, Elite or Senior classes
14 + years | Elite or Senior level
All dancers must be toilet trained, comfortable separating from parent/guardian and able to follow two-step directions.
Students practice dance technique through creative movement activities and improvisation to develop confidence, social skills and studio etiquette. Students must be toilet trained, comfortable separating form parent/guardian and able to follow two-step directions. Must be 2 years by January 1st 2023 for Pre Ballet and 3 years by June 1st 2023 for Kinder Ballet/Tap. No exceptions.
School Age Classes
Students develop poise and grace through warm-ups, barre work and choreography in ballet; explore rhythm, beat and pattern through combinations and across the floor in tap; and improve stamina, flexibility and strength with leaps, turns and tricks in jazz.
Students learn ballet terminology and technique through warm-ups, barre, across the floor, choreography and improvisation while utilizing dance as an expressive art form. Students develop confidence, coordination, balance, flexibility, stamina and muscle strength. Dancers in Elite or Senior Ballet/Lyrical will begin to focus on pre-pointe skills. Due to the high level of technique required for pointe, taking these classes does not guarantee when or even if a dancer will be recommended for pointe shoes.
Students will love this energetic class and explore rhythm, beat and pattern through percussive footwork that exercises the thighs, calves, ankles and arches/balls of the feet.
Students learn leaps, turns and tricks while improving stamina, flexibility and strength. Warm-ups, across the floor and choreography will be combined with upbeat, age-appropriate music as students explore qualities of performance such as energy, spatial awareness and timing.