The Glendale Heights Dance program prepares young dancers to practice this art in a healthy and supportive environment which remains affordable to residents and community members. High quality instructors teach specialty classes to prepare students to express themselves creatively through an array of dance styles.
The Glendale Heights Dance program provides studio quality instruction and recitals without the costs of a private studio. Each instructor is committed to making sure each student grows and develops in a positive, fun and creative environment.
This year, Glendale Heights Dance is excited to collaborate with Front Street Dance Studio to offer studio-quality instruction at the Sports Hub. The studio offers additional expertise in dance instruction and performance production, both of which will benefit Glendale Heights dancers. Dancers have the opportunity to perform in a Holiday Showcase at the end of the fall session. We will announce details in mid-October.
Dance Parent Meeting with Miss Lynn of Front Street Dance
We know families may have questions about the exciting
changes to come, so we are inviting you to attend one of two meetings with
Front Street Dance Studio Owner and Director, Lynn Kuti. We will host two information nights at the
Glendale Heights Sports Hub in the Meeting Room:
- Thursday, August 24, 2017
at 6:30 PM
- Thursday, September 7,
2017 at 6:30 PM
Regular Class Levels
Mini (Tapping and Tutus: Ages 4 to 5, potty-trained and independent
Beginner 1: Ages 6 to 10, up to two (2) years prior experience
Beginner 2: Ages 11+, up to two (2) years prior experience
Intermediate 1: ages 6 to 10, with 2-4 years experience
Intermediate 2: ages 6 to 10, with 2-4 years experience
Adult: Ages 16+
We accept late registration with instructor permission,
but we do not prorate fees. There are no refunds for missed classes.
Students in this upbeat class learn different jumps, turns, and
movements that are often used in professional productions. Students wear
leotard, tights, fitted shorts, beige or black jazz shoes.
Practice this expressive form of dance that combines elements of modern, jazz, lyrical and classic ballet. *Students must also enroll in ballet to participate.
Students learn how to make music with their feet while learning about rhythm
and musicality. Students wear leotard, tights, fitted shorts, beige or black
Lyrical is a style of dance that draws from the techniques taught in
ballet and jazz while conveying a story through movement. Students wear leotard, tights, fitted shorts,
beige or black jazz shoes.
Students will discover the classical techniques of ballet, including
terminology and positions. This style
is the foundation of all dance! Students wear Leotard, tights, ballet skirt
(optional), pink ballet shoes.
Students dance to the sounds of Latin America, including popular and traditional dance styles. Students wear leotard or t-shirt, shorts, and form-fitting athletic pants with black or tan jazz shoes.
Students will practice isolations, tricks, and the amazing dance moves
seen in the latest music videos and concerts.
Students wear t-shirt, shorts or yoga/dance pants (no jeans!), and
clean street shoes.
Participants will sharpen poms and cheer routines with a cheer leading coach who is familiar with what is expected in competitions.
Glendale Heights Dance
If you are ready to take your dancing to the next step, it's time to
compete! Study under experienced
instructors who know what it takes to make it in competitive dance.