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Studio 3 Dance offers a diverse schedule of dance classes for children ages 24 months and up. Our classes are taught by skilled teachers who take pride in creating a learning experience that is positive and rewarding for dancers of all ages and ability levels. Our costumes and choreography are always age-appropriate. But Studio 3 is More Than Just Great Dancing. Our dancers go beyond technique and poise to develop important life skills - learning to be respectful, confident and conscientious young people. Competition and performance opportunities are available for those interested.
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Early registration discounts end May 15th

Upcoming Dates
March 15 Summer Registration Begins
May 20-23 Spring Recitals
May 24-25 Recital Portraits
May 26-27 Student Appreciation Days
June 3 week Summer Session I, Princess Camps, 3 day camps, Dance Intensive
July 3 week Summer Session II, Princess Camps, 3 day camps, Snow Queen Workshop & auditions
August 9 Fall Classes Begin
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Ages 2-5

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K-2nd Grade

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3rd Grade & Up

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Performances

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Teams

Studio 3 Dance is a...

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What does that mean?

MTJGD is a licensed affiliation of dance studios that subscribe to a high standard of dance instruction and management practices. We are united in the belief that dance has the power to change lives.

Studio 3 Dance is a...

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What does that mean?

Wellness Checks For Staff
Enhanced Cleaning Procedures
Social Distancing Practices
Touch-less Payment Options
Gradual Re-Opening
Continuous Communication

Studio 3 Dance is a...

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What does that mean?

S3D is a tech-enabled studio with live streaming equipment for our dance rooms for students to participate in class via our distance learning format as well as the opportunity for parents to watch from their cars as our lobby is closed.

Studio 3 Dance is a...

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What does that mean?

To earn the designation, studios must complete training in CPR, First Aid, dance education and safety injury prevention, emergency preparedness, abuse awareness and prevention, dancer wellness and development, social media safety, nutrition and disordered eating, bullying and conflict resolution.

The program is based on safe and effective progressions with proven results in five divisions of AcroDance: Flexibility, Strength, Balancing, Limbering and Tumbling. Simple thoughtful progressions take the beginner preschool level dancer from log rolls and summersaults to the advanced dancer tumbling effortlessly across the stage!
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