Diversity will be hosting exciting, energetic and fun summer camps for dancers of all ages and levels!
This summer, Diversity’s summer dance camps will provide classes such as Musical Theatre, Hip Hop, Stretch, Street Jazz, Bollywood and Drama—just to name a few!
This is a great way to spend a week of the summer—dancing, acting, singing, and learning! Dancers are sure to finish the week with a diverse knowledge of different dance styles!
Our Summer Camps this year are from August 19 – 23rd for ages 7+ and August 26 – 30th for ages 3-6.
Diversity Dance participates in 3-4 dance competitions per year. Being apart of “Team Diversity” is an exciting way to take your dance training to the next level.
At Diversity, we believe that becoming apart of a competitive team can be a positive, confident building and exciting experience for all involved. To be eligible to become apart of “Team Diversity”, dancers must consistently show a positive attitude, commitment and dedication in all classes. Dancers must also display above average effort and improvement in their regular classes.
For students to be considered for musical theatre and/or hip hop competition numbers, dancers must be enrolled in more then one class per week. To be considered for any other disciplines such as jazz, ballet, tap, lyrical or contemporary numbers, students must be enrolled in a ballet class. Competitions students are required to put in additional time, commitment and effort once competition season begins. Students are asked to participate in competition at their teacher’s discretion.
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Diversity holds a year-end recital to showcase what our dancers have learned over the course of the dance season. Recital is a positive experience for all involved and gives students the opportunity to show off their progress throughout the year. Although recital is optional, we encourage everyone to participate in this great learning experience.
Hard working dancers are given the opportunity to complete exams in specific disciplines. Dance examinations are offered once per season and students who choose to participate in an exam are asked to put in extra practice hours. Although optional, exams are a great tool in helping young dancers progress, build technique and work to their full potential.