Mrs. P's provides a happy, healthy, personable atmosphere to all that come. We offer a wide variety of classes on all levels of ballet, tap, jazz, pointe, acrobatics, lyrical, modern, hip-hop, and musical theatre (beginner - professional). With us children and adults can develop a strong technical background as well as experience as a performer.
We strive to enhance your child's development and maturity by not only teaching them about the wonderful world of dance but also about essential life skills and behaviors.
One of our major goals as developmental educators is to show all our students respect, discipline, nurturing, and other vital life characteristics that they can take with them
forever. We aim to share these attributes in both a fun and enlightening manner.
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We love welcoming new students into our studio. In fact one of our mottos is that "we are always accepting new students." We strive to make each student feel special and like they are a part of our family. We love each of our students like our own and maintain personal relationships with them past their dancing years.
All of our instructors at our studio are trained and certified to instruct dance. We've not only gone to school to get accredited to teach dance but we've also been dancers ourselves since we were 2-3 years old.
Each of our classes meets once a week for an hour and our monthly tuition is $55. Any additional classes are $40/month. So for example if you take 2 classes/week, your monthly tuition would be $95.
Being in dance since we were 3, we've always had a distinct passion for the art of dance. I remember when I was 5 years old I said "one day I'll own my own dance studio." And here I am celebrating my 10th season as a dance studio owner to the best kids in the world.
All types of students, beginner thru professional, potty trained and up.
Showstoppers National Dance Competition where we received DOUBLE PLATINUM honors and multiple 1st place achievements.
Please do your research. There's a lot of studios, especially in our area, that say they are certified or degreed to teach dance that truly aren't. Holding a degree to teach in a school doesn't qualify you to be able to teach dance.
Be open and honest about what you are looking to get out of your dance classes. Each teacher should be able to accomadte each student to their specifications in the best way they can. It's all about the students so as developmental educators, it's our job to meet your needs.