Tap Dance: Fun and Confidence Building
Our Tap classes focus on teaching students classical tap steps, rhythm and technique. Teachers are all highly experienced dance education professionals. Classes are kept small so that each student receives lots of personal attention.
Class consists of warm-up, stretching, steps and combinations. We emphasize technique, proper alignment and safety and take into consideration the individual physicality of each student.
The benefits of our Tap classes include increasing conditioning, strength, musicality, flexibility and coordination.
Exciting performance opportunities
Our younger students are showcased in our annual Junior Division Holiday and Spring Recitals and students in elementary through high school have the opportunity to perform in our annual Senior Division Holiday and Spring Recitals.
Check out our Instagram page or Facebook page for photos of our past recitals!
Tap Intro: (Pre-K & Kindergarten; must be 4 years old by September)
Tap 1A: (Beginning level for grades 1-3)
Tap 1B: (Advanced Beginning level for grades 3 & 5)
Open Level Tap: (For older beginner/intermediate students in grades 5 and up)
Tap 2 and 3*: (Upper level students, by faculty recommendation or audition)
Intermediate Tap*: (Upper level students, by faculty recommendation or audition)
Advanced Tap*: (Upper level students, by faculty recommendation or audition)
*Skill placement by audition or faculty recommendation. Additional weekly class required.
For full program details, please see our Description of Classes.
Focus on individual ability
Different Tap classes are available based on individual student’s goals and levels of ability. We are also happy to offer a place for older beginners to begin their tap dance studies in our Open Level Tap program.
IMPORTANT: Tap students are strongly encouraged to also take a weekly Ballet or Broadway Jazz class to complement their training.
Foundation-level classes are based on age and are open to beginners as well as students who have had some previous tap training. See our Description of Classes or Contact Us for more information.
New students, please Contact Us for more information on placement.