Youth Classes

Winter/Spring Class Offerings

Nov 11th-24th public comments requested on the upcoming schedule. Nov 25th the schedule will be set so our community can plan ahead.


Registration Opens Dec 8th at midnight

Add Yourself to the Waitlist so We Know to Add Classes

What aerial class is right for your student?

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

Low Enrollment Classes Maybe Canceled the First Week of Classes

Schedule Subject to Change

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Middle/High School – Jan 4 to May 17:

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As a result of our community surveys, teacher feedback, and discussions with dance community members, the SOD has two distinct programs. Our community has two different sets of needs and expectations related to our classes. As a nonprofit committed to serving our community, we have our general classes and our Training Track classes, each designed to fulfill particular community needs:

Training Track Classes
Discipline, intense technique work, skills progress, and focus are the foundation in this track. Students will be expected to display good listening skills, be attentive to their teachers, have strong attendance, and follow the rules of dance etiquette. Show rehearsals may be held outside of regular classes so that class time is not disrupted.
General Classes
Inclusivity, recreation, and exploration are the foundation. Students will be expected to behave according to our policies, however strict discipline is not the focus as with our Training Track classes. The general class rate is less expensive than the Training Track classes.


Please choose the best fit for your student’s dance success and that of their fellow students. Students can take multiple classes in both general open classes and training track (ie. Training Ballet and Open HS Street Dance).




  • Aerial equipment will not be shared.  Each student will be assigned one piece of equipment for the duration of the class.  All equipment will be fully sanitized with an approved UV wand in-between all aerial classes.

Coming Prepared:

  • Wearing a double layered mask to class is required, no exceptions.
  • Once dancers have arrived to their marked dance square in the studio, mask are not required. Masks are recommended unless they inhibit healthy breathing with high intensity activity.
  • Bring ONLY your water bottle and dance shoes to class.  Wear your dance clothes to class.  Dressing room areas will be locked off.  Backpacks, bags, changing cloths, etc will not be allowed to enter the building.

Drop-off Procedures:

  • To respect our fire fighters, everyone will enter the Pump Room from the backdoor of the fire station building.  The Center is divided into zones and has separate entry points based on your class location.  Look for signs on the Center building
  • Parents, you must drop-off your student and wait in your car until they are admitted into the building. 
  • Max 12 people are allowed in the building at a time.  This means parents cannot enter the building at any time with our 11 students and teacher.  And parents must wait in their car for pick-up.


  • All students will wait 6 ft apart outside the entry point for the teacher to OK entry into the building once all previous students have exited and sanitizing has occurred.
  • All students will be required to use hand sanitizer upon both entry and exit. 
  • All students will have their touch free temperature taken and complete a verbal acknowledgement that they do not feel ill and are not experiencing the following symptoms before entering the building; headache, sore throat, fever, dry cough, cough, recent inability to taste/smell, shortness of breath, ear aches, body aches, diarrhea, fatigue, vomiting, abdominal pain.  If they have a fever or cannot acknowledge this level of health, they will not be allowed to enter the building.
  • By entering the studio you acknowledge and accept there’s an increased health risk associated with being in  public places and businesses, such as our studios.


  • Classes are 15 mins apart to accommodate sanitizing all surfaces after each class.
  • Only 1 student will be allowed in the bathroom at a time.
  • The studio floor has markings to keep dancers 10ft apart.
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