Northside Catholic Academy
Spring Offerings 2018
February 8th - March 29th (No Class: 3/8)
Thursdays 3:15-4:15 & 4:15-5:15
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Storytime Ballet: (PreK-1st)
Storytime Ballet brings your favorite literary characters to life! Students will dance their way through popular children’s stories, using creativity, choreography, and character building skills. This class will also include a trip through ballet and story history as students learn about dancers from the past and incorporate the changing variations in the style in their lessons! Students learn fundamental ballet basics while developing vital skills in comprehension, memorization, and performance. This class concludes with a parent observation on the final week of class.
Hip Hop (PreK-1st):
Students learn basic hip hop choreography to upbeat music in a fun, encouraging environment! Dancers will improve upon dance technique, as well as explore the history of hip hop and learn about rhythm and music. The students will be encouraged to create their own dance moves by participating in improvisational games. All hip hop students should wear clean gym shoes and comfortable clothes that they can move in. This class concludes with a parent observation on the final week of class.
Hip Hop (2nd-4th):
Musical Theatre (PreK-1st):
In this energetic and classical class, students will begin to work on the basics of musical theatre technique. This technique promotes an appreciation for musicality while developing coordination of the whole body as well as flexibility. It also focuses on taking the intricate movements and performing them. Throughout the session, students will not only learn choreography from classic American Musicals, but also create their own. The session will end with a parent observation on the last day.
Musical Theatre (2nd-4th):