Classes for Youth, Teens, and Adults
Two Summer One-Week Intensives
June 8 - 12 (daily)
Improvisation and Composition
June 8-12 (daily)
TWO SESSIONS OF SUMMER CLASSES
Session #1: June 1 - 25
Session #2: July 6 - 20
Due to the growth of out Y-Dance program, the technical excellence we strive to achieve, and requests by dancers in our community, we are offering a condensed summer schedule. WE realize summer is a busy time for families, therefore, in some of our divisions we have combined the FUSION EXPERIENCE (fusion, ballet, leaps and turns.) Our summer classes will NOT include a routine, but rather they will focus on the more technical and artistic aspects of dance with a combination for some teachers.
GRADES ARE BASED ON THE 2015-2016 SCHOOL YEAR.
CLASS OPTIONS (See Class Description, Class Schedule, Tuition)
Pre-Fusion (3 years) 45-minute class
Pre-Kindergarten (4 years to K) 1-hour class
Kindergarten Fusion 1-hour class
Fusion Levels 1 & 2 1-hour class
Fusion Level 1 1-hour class
Fusion Experience Levels 2 & 3 1.5-hours class
Fusion Experience Level 1 2-hour class
Fusion Experience Level 2 2-hour class
Fusion Experience Level 3 2-hour class
Fusion Experience Level 4 2-hour class
Modern Technique Summer Intensive 1-hour class
Improvisation and Composition Intensive 1-hour class
Divisions signify grade/maturity and levels allow for abilities.
For most classes, minimum enrollment is four students.
Some classes may cap enrollment based on teacher and room space.
All classes are held at the YWCA, 605 N. 6th Street, Lafayette.
Registration is due by May 28 for Session #1, June 4 for Intensives and July 2 for Session #2.
You may register by calling 765-742-0075.
There is an annual $25 registration fee if you have not already paid it through September 2015.
A registration form must be completed at the time you enroll (only once annually).
If you are new to Y-Dance or this is your annual enrollment period, a registration form must be brought in or emailed to email@example.com at time of registration.
Returning Y-Dancers enroll in your recommended class/classes.
We recommend Level 1 for dancers new to the Y-Dance program.
The Y-Dance Program undergoes changes as the numbers, needs, and desires or its dances continue to grow forward. Whether the goal is to dance at a recreational level "just for fun" or for those who foresee themselves on dance teams, in musical theatre, undertaking auditions, or who want to take dance to a higher level, Y-Dance has something for everyone. Beginning in 2003 with three classes and 16 dancers Y-Dance has now grown to over 350 students.
The Y-Dance Philosophy is:
* To provide an atmosphere of discipline and structure
* To make each dancer feel loved, valued, and empowered
* To be fun, enjoyable, and a learning experience
* To enhance dancers' coordination, dance, creativity, and memory skills
If you do not know which class is for you/your child, please phone the YWCA at 765-742-0075 and Deedra Newby, Y-Dance Director, will help you determine where to begin.
WE WELCOME YOU!
Class Schedule/Observation Days Information
Class Registration Form
If you would like Y-Dance to perform at an event, please contact Deedra Newby at firstname.lastname@example.org or 765-423-7021.
YWCA Y-Dance Testimonials
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