To provide a nurturing and disciplined environment for children to learn the art and craft of dance. To provide a serious, well-rounded training facility focusing on the development of dancers artistically, physically, and professionally.
Our goal is that each student experience invaluable life lessons as they grow in an artistic environment. No matter the dancers age or level, there is a place for everyone at Miami Dance Collective! The Studio Program offers a technique-focused program for recreational dancers ages toddler through teen. With our amazing faculty and state-of-the-art facility, we are confident that every child will enjoy learning ballet, jazz, contemporary, hip hop, and creative movement.
DETAILED DESCRIPTION LISTED ON THE STYLES PAGE
*Age As of September 1, 2020
*Level placement per instructor’s approval
Age 3 Creative Movement (Ballet/Tap combo)
Age 4 Pre-Ballet (Ballet/Tap combo)
Age 5 Beginning Ballet (Ballet/Tap combo)
Age 6 & 7 Pre-Primary Ballet, Jazz/Tap, Acro, Ballroom
Age 8-10 Ballet, Jazz, Acro, Ballroom, Contemporary, Hip Hop
Age 11+ Ballet, Jazz, Acro, Ballroom, Contemporary, Hip Hop
Ages 3-5 1 class a week
Ages 6-7 2-3 classes a week
Ages 8-10 3 classes or more a week
Ages 11+ 4 classes or more a week
At Miami Dance Collective we strive to create a culture of warmth, safety, and belonging and respectfully request all dancers and parents to abide by the following guidelines.
Arrive at least 10 minutes before the start of class to prepare appropriately. If late, wait for the exercise in progress to end before entering the studio. Instructors reserve the right to ask students who are late to observe class.
Personal belongings should be kept neat in a cubby in lounge during class.
Completely stow and silent phones. Phones will not be allowed in studios during class. Disruptions via phone are unacceptable.
Wait in lounge upon arrival. Instructors will lead dancers to studio when time for class.
Studios are not to be used without teachers present or prior consent of Director or Staff member.
No food allowed in studio spaces.
ONLY water bottles with tight-closing lids are permitted in studios.
While in class, students should exercise respect for the instructor, for their fellow classmates, and for themselves.Eyes and attention must always be on the instructor. Talking, leaning on the barre, or leaving before class is finished without consent will not be tolerated. Only appropriate language, full participation in class activities, demonstrating combinations when asked by the instructor & helping/collaborating with classmates when asked will be tolerated. When we step in to the studio, we are a community! Be appreciative of corrections and apply them. Students will progress only as well as they take corrections. When class is finished, applaud and thank the instructor
Positive attitude, language, and tone must be kept at all times in the studio and common areas. Displays of temper and rudeness or inappropriate discussions/language at any time while at Miami Dance Collective are unacceptable. Instructors reserve the right to ask dancers to leave if negative behavior is observed.
For more info please read the Studio Program Handbook
(available at top of the page)