youth class schedule

Thursdays- Starting September 5th

5:30-6:30pm- Beginning Ballet I- age 6+ - Kimberly Thompson

Fridays- Starting September 6th

6-7pm- Boys Beginning Ballet I- age 6+ - Florian Rouiller

Sundays- for 4,5 & 6 Week Sessions

10-10:45am- Zumbini - age 0-4 - Yolanda Coppedge (Ms. YoYo)

Saturdays- Starting September 14th

11:15-12pm- Pre-Ballet I -age 3-4- Ava Delasanta
12-12:45pm- Pre-Ballet II -age 4.5-6 Ava Delasanta

Fall 2019 to Spring 2020
Youth Class Offerings

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The Young Dancer Program at Dance Loft on 14 aims to instill a love for movement and the arts in young people. We believe that all children should have the chance to dance, and we provide a strong technical foundation and a nurturing environment where our students can thrive!

View our weekly schedule on the right, or view our calendar below.


To reserve your child’s place in the program, simply 1) Click on the class highlighted in blue and pay online, then 2) Fill at the form to the right with your child’s name and age.

Training from Renowned Dance Professionals

Dance Loft currently offers classes for young people ages 3 and up specializing in pre-ballet and beginning ballet. Our youth classes are offered at least once per week. These classes offer instruction on fundamental ballet skills in preparation for performances in bi-annual professional productions alongside members of the MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet Company and other local guest artists.

By participating in youth programming at Dance Loft on 14, your child will have the opportunity to learn from experienced teaching artists and choreographers who will ensure that developmentally appropriate instruction is exciting, challenging and fun! While we work to instill a love of dance, your child will gain meaningful experiences with collaboration, discipline, and creative expression.

Performance Opportunities

This year we are offering students a capstone experience to perform in a professional production in the Dance Loft theater at the end of each semester. Productions will include scenes from classic ballets such as The Nutcracker as well as works by regional choreographers. By the program’s close, our students will have gained an understanding of how professional dance productions function, the many roles and ages of dancers involved, as well as the invaluable experience of skill-building, collaboration, and fun that makes dance a joy for all.  The cost of fitted costumes and stage production are included in program tuition.


This year’s tuition packages cover all aspects of the youth program, from classes to the end-of-semester performance. We are offering a monthly tuition installment plan outlined below.


For students brand new to Dance Loft on 14, we offer an introductory promotion to try a drop-in class prior to registering for the year. If your child is interested in trying out a drop-in class or registering for the year please complete the form at this link:

Attire Recommendations and Requirements

Pre-Ballet students are recommended to wear their hair in a bun, with tights or white bobby socks, ballet slippers, and a camisole leotard—pink for Pre-Ballet I, lavender for Pre-Ballet II, and black for Beginning Ballet Students. Boys Beginning Ballet Students should wear black leggings, white T-Shirt, white bobby socks and black ballet slippers. Students who graduate to beginning ballet are required to adhere consistently to this dress code.

We recommend Footlights [] located in Silver Spring, MD for any dance wear related needs.

Footlights has provided us with an online store here:

We look forward to dancing with you and your child in the 2019-2020 season!