Youth Classes

Class Progressions

II & III Classes

As a 501 (c) 3 non-profit private school, we are committed to fulfilling our mission of offering dance to everyone.  Inclusivity, connection, personal growth, and self expression are a few of the foundations of all our programs.  We love lighting up our community with something for everyone. In addition to our general classes offered, we have progressive skills classes indicated by roman numerals II & III for older youth. Strong attendance and teacher attentiveness, intense technique work, and skills progress are foundations in these progressive classes.

  • Classes indicated with “II” require 2+ FULL annual year of study in that genre or teacher approval. 
  • Classes indicated with “III” require teacher approval. 

Skills check lists will be completed by our teachers as our approval evaluation platform. Student growth is observed in class through out the year by our teachers. Students maybe be asked to progress into the next class mid year. For more information on progressive classes please click here. (Progressive Classes)

Aerial Class Leveling

For the safety and best learning environment of our aerial students, it is important that each student is placed in the correct class.  Beyond our fundamentals Ia class, our aerial teachers will use a skills checks to determine which level is right for your student. To understand the aerial class levels and skills involved click here. (Aerial Levels)

Tuition, Registration, and Refund Policies including Multi-Class Discount

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Please make all your class changes, drops, and register BEFORE the session starts. The high number of late drops, class changes, and registrations heavily impacts the dance community. It leads to shuffling waitlisted students, last minute class cancelations, and shuffling appropriate sized studios. We can maneuver such changes in a less impactful way with advance notice. We sincerely appreciate your early planning efforts. 🙂


February 16, 2022 Update:  The Crested Butte School of Dance will no longer require masks at on-site dance studios, this includes Center for the Arts, SOD Pump Room, and any other studios we may use during the semester. 

As of February 16, 2022, the Crested Butte School of Dance (CBSOD) has revised the COVID policy for on-site dance studios and activities.  CBSOD will no longer require masks on-site at all dance studio locations. This policy update takes into account the reduction in COVID cases locally and nationally and is in accordance with CDC recommendations, local and state guidance.

CBSOD is committed to the safety of our patrons, staff, and dancers.  COVID policies will be reevaluated on an ongoing basis to align with up-to-date local and state COVID data and public health and industry guidance.

Dancers & teachers, some of you may opt to continue to wear a mask.  It is just no longer a Crested Butte School of Dance requirement.

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Low Enrollment Classes Maybe Canceled the 1st Week

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We offer a large number of classes for all ages. Please select your/your students age in the age filter box.

Youth Fall Block Two Schedule open for registration.

Payment plans available contact for set up.

*Ballet, Jazz & Contemporary Modern technique classes are prerequisites for the corresponding production choreography classes.  *Students not wishing to perform (technique class only) should contact*

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