Dress Code / Class Description

Dance clothing usually consists of a leotard, spandex, tights (Pink or Tan), leggings, form fitted shirt or tank, basketball shorts, harem pants, cheer shorts or any other attire that will allow the dancer to move freely and will allow the teachers to see the dancers movement so that they can correct the dancers technique properly. It is also VERY important that your dancers hair is always pulled up and out of their face (if they have bangs they need to be bobbie pinned back or have a head band holding them back secure enought that they will not fall in their face while dancing.) Also NO jewelery.

Pre-dance, Mini-dance (2-3yr, 4-5yr):

Leotard, skirt, tan or no tights, pink ballet shoes, and hair pulled back out of face.

This class starts teaching dancers basic movement skills through fun games and activities. It teaches them basic technique and terminology in ballet, tap, jazz and modern. This class is a great way to start dancers with the fundamentals.

Showmanship (3-4yr, 4-5yr):

Pink leotard, tan tights, tan Grecian shoes, black skirt, hair pulled back.

We provide leo & skirt

Our Showmanship dancers start to learn basic dance terms and dance technique. As a mini dance and performance team, they learn two dances that they perform for various events and throughout the community.

Ballet Classes:

Black leotard, pink tights, pink ballet shoes, hair in bun.

Ballet I: Beginning ballet. Dancers learn basic positions of arms and feet, basic vocabulary, and different steps across the floor.

Ballet II: Dancers begin to dance at the barre and are introduced to new steps and vocabulary.

Ballet III: Intermediate ballet. Dancers have a longer barre warm up, focus on technique and posture, and work on turns and center combinations.

Ballet IV: Dancers perfect basic steps by strengthening technique, and they are introduced to more difficult combinations.

Ballet V: Advanced ballet. Dancers have a full barre and center work, learn advanced combinations and steps, and focus on strength and perfecting technique.

Pre-pointe: (For intermediate and advanced ballet dancers.) Dancers learn basic anatomy to visualize and strengthen muscles. This is an intensified technique and strengthening class to prepare for pointe dance.

Premier Dance Teams:

Team tank, black leotard, black hot shorts or leggings, hair pulled back, bring grecian shoes and tennis shoes.

Embrace: Beginning dance team for PDC. They learn different routines that are performed for events and competitions.

Element: Intermediate dance team. They work towards performing more complex routines for events and competitions.

Elevate: Advanced dance team. They learn more difficult tricks and dance steps to use in routines for events and competitions.

Super Stepper Teams:

Team tank, black leotard, black hot shorts or leggings, hair pulled back, bring grecian shoes and tennis shoes.

Super Steppers are an internationally acclaimed Junior Dance Team, under the direction of Misty Frisbey. Super Steppers have performed around the world in places like China, Japan, Hong Kong, South Korea, Taiwan, Australia, Fiji and New Zealand. They have performed at the 1998 Olympics in Nagano, Japan and also in the 2002 Olympics in Salt Lake City, Utah. They have performed at a number of football half time shows and also at NBA halftime shows. Founded in 1980, by Ilene Hacker, Super Steppers have enjoyed performing all around the world, and serving the community as official Goodwill Ambassadors to the State of Utah. The dancers, grades k-9th; (in addition to being great performers) are great students and are involved with serving others in the community, nation and worldwide!

Hip Hop:

Loose or tight clothing, & high tops or combat clothing

Hip Hop I/II: Beginning hip hop. Dancers learn the movement and technique skills they need to perform basic steps.

Hip Hop III: Intermediate hip hop. Its a continuation of Hip Hop I/II, dancers will be learning more skills to become a better hip hop dancer.

Hip Hop IV: Intermediate going into advanced. This prepares the dancer to move up to Hip Hop V with more complex movement.

Hip Hop V: Advanced hip hop. A faster paced class with more complex steps and combinations


Tight dance clothing (Leo, Tank, fitted shorts, leggings, or pants, tan tights, black leo), hair pulled back, and bare feet, or foot undies.

Jazz I: Beginning jazz. Dancers learn basic technique, steps, and movement across the floor:

Jazz II: Dancers begin to expand their ability by adding more steps and continued focus on basic technique.

Jazz III: Intermediate jazz. As strength develops, dancers learn more difficult movement such as jumps and multiple turns.

Jazz IV: Dancers begin to increase level of technique through more strengthening and learning more complex combinations.

Jazz V: Advanced jazz. Dancers learn intensified steps, exercises, and combinations.


Tap shoes, clothes that are easy to move in, and hair pulled back.

Tap I/II: Beginning tap: Dancers learn the most basic movements of tap and work towards time steps and across the floor combinations:

Tap III: Beginning/Intermediate tap: A continued focus on basic movement but with more complex time steps and combinations.

Tap IV: Advanced tap class. Technique becomes more complex and very precise in the rhythm.


Fitted shorts or leggings, leotard, form fitting tee (anything that will not come up and expose the dancers tummy. It is very difficult for the teacher to spot the dancer when there is clothing in the way.) hair in a bun, and bare feet. Hair needs to be in a bun as dancers are stepping and pulling their hair in tricks.

Tumbling/Flexibility I: Beginning tumblers. Work on basic exercises of Tumbling. Example: stretching, conditioning, back strength, back bends, front rolls, back rolls, crab walk, seal walk, headstands, handstands, cartwheels and more

Tumbling/Flexibility II: This class helps dancers become more detailed in their tumbling technique where the instructor work on the over all look of the movement.

Tumbling/Flexibility III: Intermediate tumblers. Exercises are more intense and they begin to do different tricks on their own or with the instructor’s help.

Tumbling/Flexibility IV: Intermediate/Advanced class. Where the dancers work on getting ready to do more difficult tricks.

Tumbling/Flexibility V: Advanced tumblers. Tricks are executed on their own with good technique and skill.


Capris or leggings, leo, form fitted T-shirt or tank top, hair pulled back, and bare feet.

Modern I/II: Beginning modern. Dancers learn a brief history of the modern dance style and the basic universal movements of modern dance.

Modern III: Intermediate modern. Dancers begin to expand their movement ability through combinations and improve.

Modern IV/V: Advanced modern. Dancers know combinations and work to widen their movement sequences.

Jr. Combo Classes:

Leo, spandex shorts or leggings, tan tights, form fitting tee (anything that is fitted to their bodies and that they can move in), hair pulled back, and pink ballet shoes.

Jr. Combo: A class where all different dance styles are introduced; Jazz, Ballet, Modern, Tap and Hip Hop. This class is meant for younger dancers in early elementary school who are just starting to dance.