Student Division

Classes for the 2020-2021 Academy Year begin September 8th

With COVID-19 health and safety requirements in mind, BalletMet Academy will offer three types of dance training during the 2020-2021 Academic Year.   Teaching settings include In-Person, Hybrid and All Virtual Classes.  Rest assured whether you are in-person or online, our faculty will provide the best possible experience and training. Changes to our training settings may have to occur during the Academic year due to the evolving COVID-19 situation.

Please note due to limited numbers of spaces for in-person classes, not all classes are available in all teaching settings. However, you can take any class we offer virtually.

Classes will be open to BalletMet students before they are open to new students.  BalletMet students will have access to In-Person classes on a first come first served basis.  We strongly encourage new students to add themselves to the waiting list as soon as possible to be eligible for any available slots.

Due to limitations in class sizes we will have a rolling registration process.  We will open registration into our Comprehensive Plan for existing students first week of August.  Flex program/All Virtual registration will open the 2nd  week of August.

You will receive a Registration Request form from Academy staff that must be filled out in its entirety.  You must not delay in filling out the forms once received, class sizes are extremely limited and the registration window is short. You can be locked out of in-person classes and have to move to hybrid or all virtual.

Questions? Read our Academy FAQ and our COVID-19 Policies.

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Classes We Offer

Ballet, Levels 1-8
Students are introduced to ballet technique through a comprehensive curriculum.

Pointe, Levels 4-8

Boys Ballet
Students enhance their skills by learning techniques from a comprehensive curriculum.

Tap
Students develop rhythm, sound, movement and expression.

Jazz
Students focus on skills including syncopation, strength, coordination and rhythm with an emphasis on style.

Character
Students study the theatrical representation of traditional folk dance, which is an integral part of classical ballet repertoire.

Modern
Students explore movement concepts including floor work, dynamics, weight-shifting, use of breath and articulation of the spine.

Details

Level
Beginners-Advanced

Locations

Downtown
322 Mount Vernon Ave.
Columbus, OH 43215
P: 614.224.1672

MAC (McConnell Arts Center)
777 Evening St
Columbus, OH 43085
P: 614.431.0329