The International City School of Ballet offers an individualized training style with small classes proven to produce results and elevate your training to the next level.

Primary Academy

Ages 5 to 6



Program Information

AGE: 5 - 6 (as of August 1st, 2018)

PRICE: $70 (per monthly installment)

CLASS OPTIONS: One 45 minute class per week

Beginning at the ages of 5 - 6, dancers begin to investigate the classical ballet terminology. They begin to develop their skills, learn the relationship between music and dance and learn basic stretching techniques and movement patterns. Dancers are introduced to basic exercises that are geared towards developing a sense of placement and posture. We commence work on the concept of turnout and its uses in classical ballet aesthetic. Creativity is strongly encouraged and enjoyment of the class remains an essential component within this more structured environment.

Each quarter a different theme will be introduced, revolving around various ballets. Classes will include music from the ballet, an introduction to the story, history, composer, and choreographer, and developmentally suitable dances from the ballet. Students may earn travel stamps as each week a different aspect of the theme is explored – such as traveling to the Land of Sweets.

1st nine weeks - “Giselle” | August - September
2nd nine weeks - “Nutcracker” | October - December
3rd nine weeks - “Raymonda” | January - March
4th nine weeks - “Don Quixote” | April - May



All students in the Primary Academy are placed according to their appropriate age as of August 1st, 2018. The age requirements described and structure of our program is used as a general guideline to the function of our program.



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The International City School of Ballet admits students of any race, color, sexual orientation, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the school. It does not discriminate on the basis of any of the aforementioned qualities or characteristics in its recruitment and admission of students, educational policies, scholarship programs, and the operation of any of its school-administered programs.