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We are honored to work with so many amazing, talented, and knowledgeable teachers. Exploring a variety of styles helps to enhance personal growth, artistry, and adds versatility to your existing favorite style.


Browse the styles we offer and check our schedule for current availability in registered classes, performance classes, and drop in classes.


See below for level descriptions to help guide you into the right class! You may have 7 years of Hip Hop training which makes you a level 2/3 Hip Hop dancer but only 1 level of Tap training which means level 1 or 1/2 will be best for you for tap classes. Use this guide as a way to decipher which level is best for you in each style. 


Level 1: Beginner. At least 1 year of dance experience (within the last 2 years) or have taken an RNS Foundation class. A basic knowledge of movement, basic understanding of rhythm.

Level 1/2: An advanced beginner class. An understanding of how to pick up choreography quickly, basic body awareness and dance foundation. 1-3 consecutive years of dancing is recommended (within the last 5 years).

Level 2: Intermediate. At least 4 consecutive years of dance experience within the last 7 years. Able to pick up choreography, understanding of rhythm and dance patterns, cross floor experience, and sequencing. 

Level 2/3: Intermediate/Advanced. At least 7 consecutive years of dance experience within the last 15 years. Ability to pick up choreography, understanding of complex rhythms, understanding of cross floor exercises, technical skills in at least one style, general knowledge of dance language.

Level 3: Advanced. This level is designed for professional dancers, working dancers, and dance teachers. Expect fast paced choreography and experienced movement languaging. Faculty assumption is that dancers are able to execute high level jumps, turns, patterns, and floor work in safe and technical manner.

Level 3+: Professional. 

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