Recreational Dance Classes

Recreational Dance Classes are designed with the beginner in mind that is looking to dance for fun once a week and perform in our Year End Production. Students LOVE these classes & often return year after year! Dancers learn a tap routine, and an additional ballet or jazz routine.
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Pre-Competition Dance Classes

Pre-Comp classes are perfect for beginning & intermediate students who want to spend more time dancing each week but aren’t ready for, or don’t want, full Competition level classes. Dancers participate in only 1 – 2 Competitions and perform in our Year End Production.
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Competitive Companies

Competition Companies are for dedicated students with several classes each week and participate in local, regional, & national Competitions. Addt'l Master Classes & Workshops are scheduled throughout the year. Students are placed into classes via an audition process.
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Technique Classes

We offer a wide variety of skill enhancing technique classes, ideal for students who are looking for conditioning, cross-sport training, augmenting school Dance Line, Cheer or other sport, or anyone simply looking for an active, fun Technique Dance Class!
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Special Needs Dance - Precious Gems

Precious Gems is a class tailored exclusively for those with special needs. Led by an experienced teacher with a degree in special education & life long training in dance, our Precious Gems learn tap, jazz, & warm-up for range of motion, stretches, & strength training.
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Professional Ballet Program

Our Best-In-Class Ballet Program includes company, technique, pointe, character, repertoire classes, guest master teachers and more. The program follows a structured sequence intended to develop each student’s individual technical skills, stamina and discipline.
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And Even More

Northland School of Dance offers a variety of specialty classes throughout the year including:
Boys Only Classes
Daddy Daughter Classes
Summer Dance Sessions
Guest Teachers & Master Classes