Sapphire Level Dance Class
Are you looking for dance classes for your teenager? The Sapphire level dance class allows our dancers to choose a style of dance to focus on: such as ballet, jazz, hip hop, contemporary, or lyrical. Dancers at this level can also register for solo or duo private classes in their chosen style of dance.
Dancers in Sapphire level can be beginners, or if they have been in dance for many years of their childhood – they are learning to master previous dance skills and learn more complex choreography. Evolve Dance does have competitive teams at this level as well, so your dancer will have the option to be involved our competition team.
The benefits of dance classes at this age go beyond just learning to dance. At this age, your children are learning so many life skills while having fun. Dance classes can help your child build new friendships, develop their social skills, and helps our students build confidence in themselves as they master new choreography and dance moves.
Evolve Dance Studio is located in Rockford, Michigan and we have students from all over the Grand Rapids area.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, we accept dancers of all experience levels, and that includes beginners! Evolve Dance Studio is a great place to learn dance in a fun and supportive environment.
We use the ages as a starting point to assess what class will be best for your child. We can be flexible with class placement by age as long as it makes sense for your child.
“We send our daughter to Evolve because they really focus on her as an individual, capitalizing on her strengths, but challenging her to try new styles, moves, and get her out of her comfort zone. She is not a number, but an integral part of the team. The teachers really care about her as a person and not just as another dancer. I love watching her grow and enjoy what she does every day.”
– Hope & Tony Cullen (parents)
“Belief in building the dancers physically and emotionally. Every dancer should leave with a better sense of self.
This is the core of their business.”
– Sarah Field-Draper (parent)