Dance Classes for 3rd-5th Graders

An experience that will last them a lifetime. All in an environment that works great for you too.

Why dance? We’re glad you asked!

  • Physical Fitness
  • Creativity
  • Teamwork
  • Grace
  • Musicality
  • Discipline
  • Fun

Welcome To Your Studio

  • Free WiFi in the lobby
  • Conveniently located on Whitemarsh Island
  • 1007 Bryan Woods Loop 31410

Class Options for 2024-2025

Class times listed are for new students.

Returning students, Log In to your account to find your class options.


Wednesday 5:30-6:30

Similar to Gymnastics, Acro combines fast tumbling like cartwheels and hand-springs with amazing feats of flexibility.

If you seek greater flexibility, or just like being upside-down, this class is for you.

  • form-fitting leotard or top and shorts
  • nothing that will go over your head when upside down
  • long hair should be “up”
  • bare feet

Jazz & Hip Hop

Wednesday 6:30-7:30

Fun, funky movement to the music that they love – with a bit of technique thrown in for good measure
  • Leotard or form-fitting top
  • Shorts or leggings
  • Black Jazz Shoes
  • Lace-up tennis shoe

Musical Theatre

Saturday 11:00-12:00



Have a flair for the dramatic? Need some help developing your emoting skills? We’ll cover all that and more, including acting and group singing. Students will have a featured role in the Recital.
  • Activewear

Tap & Ballet

Tuesday 4:15-5:15

Grace. Poise. Beauty. Discipline. The foundation of a solid dance education.
  • Black  leotard
  • pink tights
  • black tap shoes
  • pink ballet shoes
  • hair in a bun

On With the Show!

The word RECITAL doesn’t really do it justice– it’s really more of a Dance Extravaganza!

This exciting experience gives students an opportunity to display their accomplishments and a purpose to perfect their work.

Things you’ll love as a parent:

  • Instead of one great big 4+ hour recital, we actually have 4 smaller fun-size recitals to keep each one short and sweet
  • Recital Costumes are provided at no additional cost

A Teacher’s Worth a Thousand Words

What are you looking for in a dance teacher? How about skill, experience, and heart.



Gretchen’s daughter Trina is an expert in the art of training young dancers. As Director of the Company Dancer program, she has led countless dancers to competitive (and personal) victories. Certified Teacher by Dance Masters of America.



Gretchen’s son Travis is the un-official Director of Fun and has been teaching both casual and committed dancers alike for 20 years . In addition to having been born wearing tap shoes, he’s also a Certified Teacher by Dance Masters of America.

The Dance Year

The Dance Year (like the school year) runs from August to May. It goes a little something like this:


The Dance Year begins!

Most classes are full, though there are a few spots available.

Registrartion will continue through December


Students begin work on the Recital.

As we pass the half-way point of our dance year, we stop taking registration for our current season and start taking registration for our Summer Camps.


The Recital is drawing near!

Registration for Summer Camps continues.



Registration for the coming dance-year begins. Some camps are still available. 


Register early to save your spot


Tuition is based on the number of hours per week you take dance. Rates are calculated down to the quarter hour. See the chart for examples.

Payments are scheduled to run automatically using a card on file. Payments may be made in-person by cash or check, if done before the automatic payment is scheduled. You may also pre-pay in any increments you like, i.e. 3 months at a time, or the year in full.

Read our full Policies Page for more details.

  • 1 hour/week – $81/month 20% 20%
  • 1.5 hours/week – $120/month 50% 50%
  • 2 hours/week – $160/month 75% 75%
  • 2.5 hours/week – $195/month 100% 100%

Ready to Register?

You can do the whole thing online.


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If you removed all the arts in the lives of our children…there is no way that adding more mathematics, increasing more reading programs, requiring more science, mandating more tests, or scheduling more computer courses could replace what they would have lost.
National Endowment for the Arts