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101. Making Ornaments Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 11

Ages 4-9

P, Pausch

102. Making Ornaments Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 17

Ages 8-12

P. Pausch

103. Pinecone Elves Tuesdays, 4:30-6:30pm 18 18

Ages 12+

P. Pausch

104. Winter Art Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 17

Ages 4-9

P. Pausch

105. Winter Art Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 17

Ages 8-12

P. Pausch

106. Winter Canvas Painting Tuesday, 4:30-6:50pm 18 18

Ages 12+

P. Pausch

201. Stage Combat Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

Stage Combat ages 12-18 Learn stage combat skills in this fun and structured environment.

TBA

202. Improv. Tuesdays, 5:30-7:00pm 18 18

· Improv Ages 12-18. This class teaches acting skills through improv. The last night of class will be a showcase for family and friends.

A. Clark-Roberts

204. FOA Coffeehouse Thursdays, 5:30-7:30pm 18 18

· FOA Coffeehouse ages 11-18 Spend the first two sessions planning and practicing for a coffeehouse performance.  The last day of class will be a performance for family & friends.

D. Wright

301. Pointe/PrePointe Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

· Pointe/Pre-Pointe  By instructor placement only. These levels require at least three FOA ballet classes per week. Pointe shoes will be worn in these classes if student has been placed en pointe. Abdominal work and posture will greatly stressed!

K. Bass

302. Jr/Sr PBT Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

· Progressing Ballet Technique (Conditioning) Recommended for ballet/tap/jazz students levels 1 and up. This program is designed for students to understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best. It will help improve students understanding of core stability, weight placement, and alignment. Must take Junior Level first. Senior Level is by teacher placement only. See page 9 for more information.

L. King

303. Ballet 4-6 Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 18

· Ballet Technique 4 Ages 12+ by instructor placement only. Students need several years of  advanced ballet study before placement in this class. Ballet 4 students will focus on precision in petite allegro, fluidity in grand allegro, proper turning skills and consistent use of the feet. Students must practice proper turn out and arm placement  before entering this level. All Ballet 4 students are required to take at least 3 ballet classes a week. A Pointe/PrePointe Class is required for Level 4 students as one of their classes.

· Ballet Technique 5-6 By instructor placement only. At this level abdominal, leg and back muscles should be significantly developed. Students must demonstrate correct posture, usage of turn out, and ankle strength. Students will focus on advanced turn and jump sequences and expressiveness. Students will need strong flexibility and muscle control before entering this level.  All Ballet 5 students must take at least 3 classes a week. A Pointe class is required for Level 5 Students as one of their classes.  All Ballet 6 students must be en pointe and take a min. of 3 ballet classes a week. Third ballet class should be a Conditioning class. 

K. Bass

304. Ballet 4-6 Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 18

· Ballet Technique 4 Ages 12+ by instructor placement only. Students need several years of  advanced ballet study before placement in this class. Ballet 4 students will focus on precision in petite allegro, fluidity in grand allegro, proper turning skills and consistent use of the feet. Students must practice proper turn out and arm placement  before entering this level. All Ballet 4 students are required to take at least 3 ballet classes a week. A Pointe/PrePointe Class is required for Level 4 students as one of their classes.

· Ballet Technique 5-6 By instructor placement only. At this level abdominal, leg and back muscles should be significantly developed. Students must demonstrate correct posture, usage of turn out, and ankle strength. Students will focus on advanced turn and jump sequences and expressiveness. Students will need strong flexibility and muscle control before entering this level.  All Ballet 5 students must take at least 3 classes a week. A Pointe class is required for Level 5 Students as one of their classes.  All Ballet 6 students must be en pointe and take a min. of 3 ballet classes a week. Third ballet class should be a Conditioning class. 

L. King

305. Sub Jr. PBT (Ballet 1/2) Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

· Progressing Ballet Technique (Conditioning) Recommended for ballet/tap/jazz students levels 1 and up. This program is designed for students to understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best. It will help improve students understanding of core stability, weight placement, and alignment. Must take Junior Level first. Senior Level is by teacher placement only. See page 9 for more information.

L. King

306. Ballet 3/3.5 Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 18

· Ballet Technique 3 and 3.5 By instructor placement only. Students will focus on terminology, body positioning, more advanced turns and jumps, traveling combinations, musicality and centre work. At this level, students should have a keen sense of balance and be consistently dancing in turn out. Leg muscles should be moderately developed and ankles should be strong. Ballet 3.5 students are required to take 2 ballet classes per week, one being a technique class and the other being the Pointe/PrePointe class. It is also recommended that Ballet 3 and 3.5  students take  PBT Conditioning in addition to their Ballet technique class.

J. Maddox

307. Ballet 1/2 Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 17

· Ballet Technique 1 & 2  By instructor placement only. First time students must take Ballet 1 before being placed in Ballet 2 or above. At this level, two classes per week are recommended, but not required. Students will focus on terminology, body positioning, more advanced turns and jumps, traveling combinations, musicality, and centre work, and they will practice proper turn out and arm placement. Students will perfect their technique by repetition and taking plenty of time to focus on certain skills assigned to their level.

L. King

308. Beginning Combo Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm

· Beginning Ballet/Tap/Jazz Combo Ages 5-6. Students will focus on basic body, feet, and arm positions, musicality, creative thinking, and improvisation and coordination in this fun yet structured environment.  French ballet terms will be reviewed and expanded upon and “Ballerina” behavior will be greatly stressed. 

 J. Webb

309. Pointe/PrePointe Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

· Pointe/Pre-Pointe  By instructor placement only. These levels require at least three FOA ballet classes per week. Pointe shoes will be worn in these classes if student has been placed en pointe. Abdominal work and posture will greatly stressed!

 K. Bass

310. Jr/Sr PBT Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

· Progressing Ballet Technique (Conditioning) Recommended for ballet/tap/jazz students levels 1 and up. This program is designed for students to understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best. It will help improve students understanding of core stability, weight placement, and alignment. Must take Junior Level first. Senior Level is by teacher placement only. See page 9 for more information.

L. King

311. Ballet 4-6 Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 18

· Ballet Technique 4 Ages 12+ by instructor placement only. Students need several years of  advanced ballet study before placement in this class. Ballet 4 students will focus on precision in petite allegro, fluidity in grand allegro, proper turning skills and consistent use of the feet. Students must practice proper turn out and arm placement  before entering this level. All Ballet 4 students are required to take at least 3 ballet classes a week. A Pointe/PrePointe Class is required for Level 4 students as one of their classes.

· Ballet Technique 5-6 By instructor placement only. At this level abdominal, leg and back muscles should be significantly developed. Students must demonstrate correct posture, usage of turn out, and ankle strength. Students will focus on advanced turn and jump sequences and expressiveness. Students will need strong flexibility and muscle control before entering this level.  All Ballet 5 students must take at least 3 classes a week. A Pointe class is required for Level 5 Students as one of their classes.  All Ballet 6 students must be en pointe and take a min. of 3 ballet classes a week. Third ballet class should be a Conditioning class. 

K. Bass

312. Ballet 4-6 Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 18

· Ballet Technique 4 Ages 12+ by instructor placement only. Students need several years of  advanced ballet study before placement in this class. Ballet 4 students will focus on precision in petite allegro, fluidity in grand allegro, proper turning skills and consistent use of the feet. Students must practice proper turn out and arm placement  before entering this level. All Ballet 4 students are required to take at least 3 ballet classes a week. A Pointe/PrePointe Class is required for Level 4 students as one of their classes.

· Ballet Technique 5-6 By instructor placement only. At this level abdominal, leg and back muscles should be significantly developed. Students must demonstrate correct posture, usage of turn out, and ankle strength. Students will focus on advanced turn and jump sequences and expressiveness. Students will need strong flexibility and muscle control before entering this level.  All Ballet 5 students must take at least 3 classes a week. A Pointe class is required for Level 5 Students as one of their classes.  All Ballet 6 students must be en pointe and take a min. of 3 ballet classes a week. Third ballet class should be a Conditioning class. 

L. King

313. Sub Jr. PBT Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

· Progressing Ballet Technique (Conditioning) Recommended for ballet/tap/jazz students levels 1 and up. This program is designed for students to understand the depth of training muscle memory in achieving their personal best. It will help improve students understanding of core stability, weight placement, and alignment. Must take Junior Level first. Senior Level is by teacher placement only. See page 9 for more information.

L. King

314. Ballet 3/3.5 Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 18

· Ballet Technique 3 and 3.5 By instructor placement only. Students will focus on terminology, body positioning, more advanced turns and jumps, traveling combinations, musicality and centre work. At this level, students should have a keen sense of balance and be consistently dancing in turn out. Leg muscles should be moderately developed and ankles should be strong. Ballet 3.5 students are required to take 2 ballet classes per week, one being a technique class and the other being the Pointe/PrePointe class. It is also recommended that Ballet 3 and 3.5  students take  PBT Conditioning in addition to their Ballet technique class.

J. Maddox

315. Ballet 1/2 Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 17

· Ballet Technique 1 & 2  By instructor placement only. First time students must take Ballet 1 before being placed in Ballet 2 or above. At this level, two classes per week are recommended, but not required. Students will focus on terminology, body positioning, more advanced turns and jumps, traveling combinations, musicality, and centre work, and they will practice proper turn out and arm placement. Students will perfect their technique by repetition and taking plenty of time to focus on certain skills assigned to their level.

L. King

316. Beginning Combo Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 18

· Beginning Ballet/Tap/Jazz Combo Ages 5-6. Students will focus on basic body, feet, and arm positions, musicality, creative thinking, and improvisation and coordination in this fun yet structured environment.  French ballet terms will be reviewed and expanded upon and “Ballerina” behavior will be greatly stressed. 

J. Webb

317. Stepping Stones Ballet Thursdays, 5:30-6:00 15 14

Stepping Stones Ballet Ages 3-4. Learn ballet basics in a fun and structured environment

J. Webb

318. Stepping Stones Ballet Thursdays, 5:30-6:00 18 18

· Stepping Stones Ballet Ages 3-4. Learn ballet basics in a fun and structured environment.

 J. Webb

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