All students must enroll either prior to the program beginning or at the first class in person. Enrollments are not accepted after the third week (September 17-23) of the session unless special approval is granted by the Artistic Director. The schedule offers a wide variety of styles, ages, and locations. Please review the schedule for specifics.
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Early Registration and Dancewear Sales will be available at WCA Montrose (MRD Field House @ 25 Colorado Ave) on Thursday August 28th from 4:30-6:00 pm, and is STRONGLY encouraged
Registration is now open.
Before registering, please read our Guide To Classes By Age Range
*Please note, age rage for classes are just a starting point to determining the right class for your dancer. Our teachers make class placement decisions freely and often move students based on their skill and maturity level. The age guidelines we use are based on the American Ballet Theatre National Training Curriculum age and level guidelines. We use these same age guidelines for all of our classes to streamline class titles and make it easy to determine which classes may fit your child the best. Please notice some classes may have prerequisites.
*Classes listed A are the more beginning portion of a class level. B is the more advanced portion of a class level. Example: Primary A and Primary B
*Some classes may be a mixed level. For example 1/2 would mean that the class is a mixed level class, students may be either level 1 or level 2.
PRE ages 2.5-5 (preschool aged children)
*Dancers in this level will work on movement fundamentals as well as how to follow directions, work within a group, and be a part of a class. Pre dancers will only perform in our show 1 time, in a way that is fun, exciting, safe and appropriate for their skill and attention span.
PRIMARY ages 4.5-8 (kindergarten-2nd grade)
*Dancers in this level will work on movement fundamentals as well as how to follow directions, work within a group, and be a part of a class. This semester Primary dancers will only perform in our show 1 time, in a way that is fun, exciting, safe and appropriate for their skill and attention span.
LEVEL 1 ages 8-9.5 (2nd grade-4th grade)
*Dancers in this level will work on focus, technique, and dance vocabulary. At this level dancers will begin to understand skill and discipline. Level 1 will have the opportunity to perform their class routine in our weekend performance twice.
LEVEL 2 ages 9-10.5 (4th grade - 5th grade)
*Dancers in this level will work on focus, technique, dance vocabulary, and develop skill and discipline. Level 2 will have the opportunity to perform their class routine in our weekend performance twice. For some shows (depending on the semester and chosen show) dancers will have the opportunity to audition for lead roles.
LEVEL ages 10+ (5th grade and up)
*This is not a level for a brand new dancer. Level 3 dancers should be continuing dancers. Dancers in this level will work on focus, technique, dance vocabulary, and continue develop skill and discipline. Level 3 will have the opportunity to perform their class routine in our weekend performance twice. For some shows (depending on the semester and chosen show) dancers will have the opportunity to audition for lead roles.
Level 4 13+ (7th/8th grade)
Level 5 14+ (high school)
Level 6 15+ (high school)
*Dancers in this level should have already been dancing for years. This is not a level for a brand new dancer. Dancers in this level will work on focus, technique, artistry, dance vocabulary, and continue to develop new skills. Level 4 and up may be eligible to audition for lead roles in our winter and spring productions. Amount of performance time may vary from show to show.
These classes are add on classes to ballet level 2/3 and up.
NO students may be considered to dance on pointe before age 11, regardless of skill level.
Have you always wanted a chance to perform in the spotlight? Here’s your opportunity! Solos, duets, trios, find a dance teacher to mentor you and let’s create a dance that showcases your dance talent!
Open to any upper level students-Ballet Level 3 and up, Advanced Hip Hop, Jr/Sr Jazz, Teen Jazz Lyrical
Must select dance genre and schedule at least 2 private lessons with teacher mentor of their choice. Price will be based on amount of students and teacher rate scale. Once you are signed up, we will e-mail you the rate spreadsheet and teacher contact info to schedule your classes.
Students must get their own costumes together
Dances will be 1.5-2.5 min in length
Show fee: $50 per dancer per piece, additional performance pieces $25 per dancer (does not include instructor lesson time. Students pay instructors separately.)
The spotlight showcase will be one of the acts in the “Illuminate” dance performance on April 10th at the Montrose Pavilion. Deadline to register is February 14th, 2020
3:45-4:30 PRIMARY BALLET with Miss Leeann (ages 4.5-8)
4:30-5:15 PRIMARY HIP HOP with Miss Leeann (ages 4.5-8)
5:45-6:45 HIP HOP 3+ by instructor approval only (ages 10 and up, 1-2 semesters of Hip Hop experience with Miss Val recommended)
6:45-7:45 Get it Poppin’ with Collin (Hip Hop, ages 10 and up, this is an add on class, must already be enrolled in a Weehawken hip hop class)
TEEN AERIAL DANCE with Miss Angela
Session 1 (6 weeks) Oct. 19-Nov. 22
4:15-5:15 YEAR 1/2 Aerial Silks with Angela (ages 14 and up with instructor approval)
610 Clinton Street, Ridgway CO 81432
604 Clinton Street, Ridgway CO 81432
25 Colorado Avenue, Montrose CO 81401
1075 Sherman Street, Ridgway CO 81432
It’s important to know that some classes may be held in other locations that may not be listed above. Locations will be specified accordingly in class descriptions.
Our staff is located at 610 Arts Collective.