Here at KPAC we offer ongoing classes. Are you serious about dance? Join the studio and sign up for multiple classes and enjoy discounts. Not sure and just want to give it a try? Check out our registration page for beginning classes and short sessions. 


3:45-4:30 pm

Princess in training/acro (3-5)

This class offers a positive upbeat vibe where your tiny dancer will learn the basics of being a ballerina and a Disney character/princess. They will learn technical terminology, balance, coordination and movement all to Disney music.

 5:00-5:45 pm

teen/adult tap (15- adult)

The class offers jazz technique and strengthening. Jazz consists of fast upbeat steps and movements. Musical theater can be slow or fast depending on the style of the music chosen for the routine. You will learn to dance big and over the top while keeping your technique in place.

5:45-6:30 pm

teen/adult jazz (15-adult)



3:45-4:45 pm

Ballet/Lyrical (6-14)

Learning proper technique, etiquette and discipline. You will learn ballet terminology along with different body placements that build and create your strength. The dance routines learned will be a mix of ballet and lyrical movements. Lyrical is ballet technique put into a more fluid motion.

4:45-5:30 pm

hip hop (9-14)

Our hip hop class is a mixture of hard hitting movements that all flow together creating an outstanding visual to ones eye. You will learn basic hip hop steps along with many different choreography sets in order to become a well rounded hip hop dancer.

5:30-6:30 pm

ballet/lyrical (15-adult)

In this class you will learn the basic foot positions and proper ballet technique. You will learn placements of your arms and body along with combinations putting everything you've learned together. Be ready to sweat and work hard.


3:45-4:30 pm

Tap/jazz musical theater (3-5)

The class teaches your tiny dancer basic jazz technique. Such as pirouettes, leg extensions, leaps and more. In this class they will learn choreography that involves upbeat music and performance skills.

4:30-5:30 pm

beginning acro

Your dance will focus on strength, flexibility and balance. They will learn basic acrobatic skills such as hand stands, walkovers, jumps and balancing tricks.

5:30-6:30 pm

Intermediate Acro (invite only)

The class focus's on more advanced acrobatic movements such as side ariels, walkover variations, backhand springs and more. You must have certain tricks down first in order to take this class.


4:00- 4:45 pm

hip hop (5-9)

This is a class for dancers who like to get funky and move fast. They will learn basic hip hop moves, building strength, learning coordination and practice dancing as a cohesive group.

4:45 – 5:45 pm

tap/jazz (9-14)

The class is meant for beginner dances who want to work on jazz technique and tap sequences. All technique such as arm, feet and body placements will be formed into choreography. Jazz is very upbeat and sassy. Tap is mainly about the feet, so once you get those sequences down you will be able to make music with your feet and it may be added to music.

5:45- 6:30 pm

hip hop (15-adult)

Competition is meant for serious dancers. The class goes over competition information and a competitive outlook on dance. You will learn intermediate choreography and be working on your cleanliness as a dancers as well as performance skills and quality.


9:00 – 10:00 am

Tap/jazz (6-10)

You will learn different tap steps that focus mainly on the feet with a small range of arm movements. The jazz portion focuses on basic jazz movements that are sharp, clean and funky

10:15-11:15 pm

ballet (6-10)

You will learn basic ballet technique such as feet and arm placements as well as how to properly place your body. During the acro portion you will be learning handstands, walkovers, elbow and chin stands. You will strength train in order to be strong enough to hold yourself up when doing different acrobatic tricks and movements.

11:15-12:00 pm

hip hop (6-10)

This is a class for dancers who like to get funky and move fast. They will learn basic hip hop moves, building strength, learning coordination and practice dancing as a cohesive group.

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