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101. Arts & Crafts Mondays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 1

Arts & Crafts - Ages 4-9. Students will greate typical "arts & crafts" such as clay sculptures, paintings, etc. However, along the way they will explore basic technique and vocabulary in order to build a stong foundation for visual art. 

102. Drawing Mondays, 5:30-6:30 14 10

Drawing - Ages 7-12 Explore different styles of drawing using a variety of mediums in this class. Have fun while learning different techniques throughout the semester.

103. Painting with Penny Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm

Painting with Penny - Ages 13+ Brush up on your painting skills as you explore both acrylics and watercolor. Great for beginners and more experienced artists.

104. Art Outside the Box (ages 11-14) Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 11

Art Outside the Box - Using a variety of techniques and media, we will stretch our limits. Getting "out of the box" so to speak, and challenge ourselves to get a bit out of our comfort zones. Emphasis will be placed of art history, art production, art criticism, and art aesthetics.  

105. Art Outside the Box (Ages 7-10) Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 12

Art Outside the Box - Using a variety of techniques and media, we will stretch our limits. Getting "out of the box" so to speak, and challenge ourselves to get a bit out of our comfort zones. Emphasis will be placed of art history, art production, art criticism, and art aesthetics.  

106. Advanced Photography Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 11

Advanced Photography - Continue to learn about and explore photography. previous photography class or prior knowledge of photography is a plus. Improve your technical skill and develop your creativity. Students must provide their own camera. 

107. Intro to Photography Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 11

Intro to Photography - Ages 10+. Explore the basic understanding of the key principles of photography. Learn how to use your digital camera in manual mode. Have fun developing your creative and technical skills and practice storytelling in picture form. Students must provid their own digital camera. 

201. Acting Out the Story Mondays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 7

Acting Out the Story - Ages 6-10. In this class, students will learn how to successfully tell a story through direction, characerization, and progression. Each participant will build their skills as young actors and actresses in the process. 

202. Young Actors Mondays, 5:30-6:00 14 8

Learn the fundamentals of theatre in this fun and structured environment.

203. Adult Improv & Acting Mondays, 6:00-7:00pm

Adult Improv & Acting - Ages 18+. Participants will engage in improvisation activities to conquer fears, work collabroatively in an accepting environment, and break down communication barriers. Participants will perform neutral, comedic, and dramatic scene work to improv their craft. 

204. Musical Theatre Performance 1 Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 8

Musical Theatre Performance - The Musical Theatre Performance classes are opportunities for students to rehearse and perform group numbers and duets for an audience. This class may also be used to feed and/or rehearse witht he FOA's Curtain Up Crew as students progress. MTP 2&3 by instructor placement only. 

205. Musical Theatre Performance 2 Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 20 14

Musical Theatre Performance - The Musical Theatre Performance classes are opportunities for students to rehearse and perform group numbers and duets for an audience. This class may also be used to feed and/or rehearse witht he FOA's Curtain Up Crew as students progress. MTP 2&3 by instructor placement only.

206. Theatre Intensive Wednesdays, 4:30-6:00pm 14 10

Theatre Intensive - Ages 8-14. Improve your skills in the many different areas of theatre, including pantomime, improv, character development, and auditioning skills. In this fun class, we will branch out past acting and also exploe other aspects that go into a theatrical performance such as directing, writing, and stage makeup. 

208. Singing & Playing the Piano Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm 4 4

Singing & Playing the Piano - Come learn to accompany yourself on the piano through a method that does not require you to read music as a pre-requisite and can allow you to play popular music in a short time. Great for beginners and skilled pianists. 

209. Musical Theatre Performance 3 Thursdays, 6:00-7:30pm 20 14

Musical Theatre Performance - The Musical Theatre Performance classes are opportunities for students to rehearse and perform group numbers and duets for an audience. This class may also be used to feed and/or rehearse witht he FOA's Curtain Up Crew as students progress. MTP 2&3 by instructor placement only.

301. Stepping Stones Ballet Mondays, 4:00-4:30pm 14 7

Stepping Stones - Stepping Stones classes are designed to focus on introductory level skills in Ballet, Tap, or Jazz. These classes have a structured and energetic curriculum. Tap shoes are required for Stepping Stones Tap classes. 

302. Tap 2 Mondays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 7

Tap (Levels 1-3) - By instructor placement only. These classes are designed to refine tap sckills while moving beyond the fundamentals of tap. Students will put the skills learned in previous levels to work by learning new steps, rythms, patterns, & combonations. These classes will focus greatly on technique. These levels will have an opportunity to perform at our Christmas show. 

303. Beginning Ballet/Tap/Jazz Monday, 4:30-5:30pm 16 6

Beginning Ballet, Tap Jazz, or Combo - Ages 5-6. Students will focus on basic body, feet and arm positions; musicality; creative thinking; improvisation; and coordination in the fun yet structtured environment. Terminology will be learned, reviewed, and expanded upon and "Ballerina" behavior will be greatly stressed. 

304. Ballet 3.5 Mondays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 7

Ballet 3 & 3.5 - By instructor placement only. Students will focus on terminology, body positions, more advanced turns & jumps, traveling combinations, musicality, & centre work. At this level, students should have a keen sense of balance & 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 & 3.5 students take PBT Conditioning in addition to their Ballet technique class. 

305. Stepping Stones Tap Mondays, 5:30-6:00pm 14 8

Stepping Stones - Stepping Stones classes are designed to focus on inrtoductory level skills in Ballet, Tap, or Jazz. These classes have a structured and energetic curriculum. Tap shoes are required for Stepping Stones Tap classes. 

306. Jazz 3 Mondays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 9

Jazz (Levels 1-5) By instructor placement only. Students will focus greatly on technique required for turns, leaps, stretches, and tricks required in jazz. Complex center and across the floor combinations based on the style of classical jazz will be introduced, as well as body placement, posture, and proper use of arms and feet. Students will condition and sculpt the proper muscles used for dancing. These levels will have the opportunity to perform at our Christmas show. 

307. Ballet 4-6 Mondays, 5:30-6:30pm 22 2

Ballet 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 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 per week. A Pointe/PrePointe class is required for Level 4 students as one of their classes. 

308. Tap 1 Mondays, 6:00-7:00pm 14 10

Tap 1,2,3 - By instructor placement only. These classes are designed to refine tap sckills while moving beyond the fundamentals of tap. Students will put the skills learned in previous levels to work by learning new steps, rythms, patterns, & combonations. These classes will focus greatly on technique. These levels will have an opportunity to perform at our Christmas show. 

309. Adult & Young Adult Ballet Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm

Adult Ballet - Ages 12+. This class requires no experience and is great for anyone looking for a slow paced, low impact way to stay in shape. Vocabulary, light conditioning, and the basics of ballet will be taught. 

310. Partnering Mondays, 6:30-7:30pm

Partnering - Students in this class will learn the techniques needed to perform turns, lifts, and catches commonly used during ballets and modern dance productions. Pointe is recommended, but not required for this class. 

311. Stepping Stones Ballet Tuesdays, 4:00-4:30pm 14 7

Stepping Stones - Stepping Stones classes are designed to focus on inrtoductory level skills in Ballet, Tap, or Jazz. These classes have a structured and energetic curriculum. Tap shoes are required for Stepping Stones Tap classes. 

312. Tap 3 Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 5

Tap 1,2,3 - By instructor placement only. These classes are designed to refine tap sckills while moving beyond the fundamentals of tap. Students will put the skills learned in previous levels to work by learning new steps, rythms, patterns, & combonations. These classes will focus greatly on technique. These levels will have an opportunity to perform at our Christmas show. 

313. Jazz 1 Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 12

Jazz (Levels 1-5) By instructor placement only. Students will focus greatly on technique required for turns, leaps, stretches, and tricks required in jazz. Complex center and across the floor combinations based on the style of classical jazz will be introduced, as well as body placement, posture, and proper use of arms and feet. Students will condition and sculpt the proper muscles used for dancing. These levels will have the opportunity to perform at our Christmas show. 

314. Ballet 2 Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 3

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

315. Jazz 4/5 Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 10

Jazz (Levels 1-5) By instructor placement only. Students will focus greatly on technique required for turns, leaps, stretches, and tricks required in jazz. Complex center and across the floor combinations based on the style of classical jazz will be introduced, as well as body placement, posture, and proper use of arms and feet. Students will condition and sculpt the proper muscles used for dancing. These levels will have the opportunity to perform at our Christmas show. 

316. Ballet 1 Tuesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 7

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

317. Jr. Level Progressing Ballet Technique Conditioning Tuesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 1

Progressing Ballet Technique & Conditioning - Recommended for Ballet, Tap, & Jazz students level 2 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 of the brochure for more information. 

318. Adult & Young Adult Tap/jazz Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm 14 7

Adult Tap/Jazz - Ages 12+. This class requires no experience and is great for anyone looking for a slow paced, low impact way to stay in shape. Vocabulary, light conditioning, and the basics of tap & jazz will be taught. Tap shoes required. 

319. Ballet 3 Tuesdays, 6:30-7:30pm 16 9

Ballet 3 & 3.5 - By instructor placement only. Students will focus on terminology, body positions, more advanced turns & jumps, traveling combinations, musicality, & centre work. At this level, students should have a keen sense of balance & 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 & 3.5 students take PBT Conditioning in addition to their Ballet technique class. 

320. Ballet 5/6 Tuesdays, 6:30-7:45pm 14 8

Ballet 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 expressivness. Students will need strong felxibility and muscle control before entering this level. All Ballet 5 students must take at least 3 classes per week. A Pointe class is required for Level 5 students as on of their classes. All Ballet 6 students must be en pointe and take a minimum of 3 ballet classes per week. Third ballet class should be a Conditioning class. 

321. Stepping Stones Ballet Wednesdays, 4:00-4:30pm 14 7

Stepping Stones - Stepping Stones classes are designed to focus on introductory level skills in Ballet, Tap, or Jazz. These classes have a structured and energetic curriculum. Tap shoes are required for Stepping Stones Tap classes. 

322. Beginning Ballet/Tap/Jazz 08/21/2019 14 8

Beginning Ballet, Tap Jazz, or Combo - Ages 5-6. Students will focus on basic body, feet and arm positions; musicality; creative thinking; improvisation; and coordination in the fun yet structtured environment. Terminology will be learned, reviewed, and expanded upon and "Ballerina" behavior will be greatly stressed. 

323. Ballet 2 Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 7

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

324. Senior Level Progressing Ballet Technique & Conditioning Wednesdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 7

Progressing Ballet Technique & Conditioning - Recommended for Ballet, Tap, & Jazz students level 2 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 of the brochure for more information. 

325. Ballet 1 Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 13

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

326. Ballet 4-6 Wednesdays, 5:30-6:30pm 18 5

Ballet 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 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 per week. A Pointe/PrePointe class is required for Level 4 students as one of their classes. 

Ballet 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 expressivness. Students will need strong felxibility and muscle control before entering this level. All Ballet 5 students must take at least 3 classes per week. A Pointe class is required for Level 5 students as on of their classes. All Ballet 6 students must be en pointe and take a minimum of 3 ballet classes per week. Third ballet class should be a Conditioning class. 

327. Stepping Stones Ballet Thursdays, 4:00-4:30pm 14 7

Stepping Stones - Stepping Stones classes are designed to focus on introductory level skills in Ballet, Tap, or Jazz. These classes have a structured and energetic curriculum. Tap shoes are required for Stepping Stones Tap classes. 

328. Ballet 1 Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 1

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

329. Beginning Ballet, Tap, Jazz Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 8

Beginning Ballet, Tap, Jazz, or Combo - Ages 5-6. Students will focus on basic body, feet and arm positions; musicality; creative thinking; improvisation; and coordination in the fun yet structtured environment. Terminology will be learned, reviewed, and expanded upon and "Ballerina" behavior will be greatly stressed. 

330. PrePointe Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm 20 5

Pointe/PrePointe - by instructor placement only. Pointe shoes will be worn in these classes in student has been placed en pointe. Abdominal work and posture will be greatly stressed. 

331. Boy's Dance Thursdays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 11

Boy's Dance - This boys only dance combo class will focus on the basic technique, strength, stamina, and posture required of male dancers for each genre of dance. Tap shoes and ballet or jazz shoes are required for this class.

332. Ballet 3/3.5 Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 2

Ballet 3 & 3.5 - By instructor placement only. Students will focus on terminology, body positions, more advanced turns & jumps, traveling combinations, musicality, & centre work. At this level, students should have a keen sense of balance & 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 & 3.5 students take PBT Conditioning in addition to their Ballet technique class. 

333. Stepping Stones Tap Thursdays, 5:30-6:00pm 14 14

Stepping Stones - Stepping Stones classes are designed to focus on introductory level skills in Ballet, Tap, or Jazz. These classes have a structured and energetic curriculum. Tap shoes are required for Stepping Stones Tap classes. 

334. Pointe Thursdays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 2

Pointe/PrePointe - by instructor placement only. Pointe shoes will be worn in these classes in student has been placed en pointe. Abdominal work and posture will be greatly stressed. 

335. Jazz 2 Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm 14 10

Jazz (Levels 1-5) By instructor placement only. Students will focus greatly on technique required for turns, leaps, stretches, and tricks required in jazz. Complex center and across the floor combinations based on the style of classical jazz will be introduced, as well as body placement, posture, and proper use of arms and feet. Students will condition and sculpt the proper muscles used for dancing. These levels will have the opportunity to perform at our Christmas show. 

336. Ballet 4 Thursdays, 6:30-7:30pm 14 7

Ballet 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 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 per week. A Pointe/PrePointe class is required for Level 4 students as one of their classes. 

337. Beginning Ballet, Tap, Jazz Fridays, 4:30-5:30pm 14 12

Beginning Ballet, Tap Jazz, or Combo - Ages 5-6. Students will focus on basic body, feet and arm positions; musicality; creative thinking; improvisation; and coordination in the fun yet structtured environment. Terminology will be learned, reviewed, and expanded upon and "Ballerina" behavior will be greatly stressed. 

338. Ballet 2 Fridays, 5:30-6:30pm 14 14

Ballet 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 bositions, more advanced turns and jumps, traveling combinations, musicality, centre work, proper arm and leg placement, and turn out. Students will perfect their technique by repetition and taking plenty of time to focus on certain skills assigned to their level.

339. Hip Hop Fridays, 4:30-5:30pm 18 11
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