We offer two different programs for competitive dancers: The High Tek Dance Teams and Company 22. 

Each of our programs call to the many different desires and needs as a performer. Learn about the differences between our programs below and visit the Teams and Company 22 pages for further info.

High Tek Dance Team Program:

  • Multiple level dance teams offered from intermediate to elite

  • Perform as a team  (team sizeranging about 10 or more dancers per team)

  • Compete 3 styles of dance: Pom, Kick, Jazz 

  • Perform on various surfaces i.e.: gymnasium floor, marley, stage

  • Compete through dance team circuits like Universal Dance Association and Champion Spirit Group

  • Attend UDA Summer Dance Camp (depending on team)

  • Attend CSG Nationals, and/or UDA National Dance Team Championship

  • Potentially compete for a Paid Bid to The Dance Summit or The Dance Worlds

  • Travel to Orlando, FL (depending on team)

  • Do community service and performances

  • Audition in June

  • End season in January, March, or May depending on team

  • Uniform practice outfits

  • Mandatory Team Ballet Classes

  • Practice 2 to 3 times a week  depending on team

  • Learn team work and leadership skills

  • Overall benefits of team camaraderie 

Company 22:

  • Dancers selected based on potential, skill level, technique, quality of movement, and work ethic in class

  • Perform as a soloist, duet, trio, small or large group.

  • Compete in a variety of styles: Jazz, Contemporary, Lyrical, Acro, Open etc.

  • Always compete on a professional grade stage with a marley surface

  • Possible community performances

  • Compete through dance circuits like League of Champions, Hall of Fame, Break the Floor Conventions and more

  • Attend and take class from famous industry choreographers and teachers at dance conventions like Artist Simply Human, 24 Seven, Jump, Nuvo etc.

  • Participate in scholarship auditions at each dance convention

  • Learn and compete pieces set by extremely sought after choreographers in the industry 

  • Audition in August

  • End season at Nationals in July

  • Mandatory technique and ballet classes

  • Mandatory choreography sessions

  • Private weekly rehearsals per routine

  • Extreme attention to detail and technique

  • Plenty of individual attention in class/rehearsals

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