Intermediate & Intermediate II Programs
Generally Ages 10-12

About the Programs:


A variety of styles are offered to our intermediate students giving them the training options to become strong, artistic & versatile dancers! Students have the option to take any number of classes and are encouraged to take ballet in addition to their style of choice to develop technique, proper posture, body placement and musicality! 



Intermediate Students and teens who are in between the Intermediate and Advanced levels will be invited by the director to take certain Advanced Classes along with certain Intermediate Classes. Current students will be emailed by the office with suggested classes and new students will be assessed upon registration. Some students may be notified throughout the year based on their progress. 


Sanitizing Schedule:

Please see the full “Studio Schedule” for sanitizing times. Certain class times were shifted by 5-10 minutes after class/level changes to ensure a safe and clean environment. The length of each class is still the same but be sure to check if your class begins/ends 5-10 minutes later while cleaning procedures are still of the utmost importance. The list of classes below and the registration schedule lists the class times as they will be when things go back to normal. Until further notice, please follow the “studio Schedule!”

20/21 Classes Offered:


4:00-5:30 – Intermediate Ballet

6:00-7:00 – Intermediate Pointe (Please see office to register)



4:30-6:00 – Intermediate / Advanced Ballet (Must take at least two Intermediate ballet classes to be pre-approved)

6:00-7:00 – Intermediate Contemporary

7:00-7:30 – Int/Adv Improvisation



3:30-4:00 – Int/Adv Floor Barre & Stretch

5:00-6:30 – Intermediate Ballet

6:30-7:00 – Beginner - Intermediate Pointe (Please see office to register)

7:00-8:00 – Intermediate Tap



3:30-4:30 – Progressing Ballet Technique (Int)

4:30-5:30 – Intermediate Jazz

5:30-7:30 – ALINEA Performing Company Rehearsals 



3:30-4:30 – Int/Adv Ballet/Pointe & Stretch

3:30-5:30 – Potential Autumn, Nutcracker or Spring Performance Rehearsals

5:30-6:00 – Elem/Int Acro

6:00-7:00 – Int/Adv Hip Hop


Dress Code - Please click on the following links for suggested brands:

A black leotard must be worn in every class. Hair should always be neatly tied away from the face in a bun. A full ponytail is permitted in classes other than ballet. Students will be asked to remove any jewelry aside from small stud earrings. 


Ballet Shoes & Pink Tights: (Pointe shoe fitting locations will be recommended by your teacher)

Jazz Shoes: (Black tights may be worn over the leotard in both Contemporary & Jazz)


Tap Shoes: (Black tights may be worn over the leotard in tap class)


Hip Hop Sneakers: (Athletic clothing may be worn - Be sure to order shoes in black! These will be worn in the spring performance and can be purchased later in the year. Please be sure to order by February at the latest!)

Performing Opportunities with NESD:

Our intermediate students have several opportunities to perform including, auditioning for our annual Nutcracker and or performing with their ballet classes, our spring performance & NESD’s Performing Company called ALINEA.

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