Private Lessons Available!
We have The Vine Hula School & Hālau Hula Na Kalā’auhihilani offering Hula classes at Dance World!
Regular Monthly Rates/ Drop in rate
$30 per month single student/ $8 per class
$40 per month pair from same family/ $11 per class
$50 per month for 3 or more from the same family/ $15 per class
First class is free
Need more information? Send us a message.
WEDDING-PREP/BALLROOM PRIVATE CLASSES available during the summer!
Basic ballroom lessons through choreography of first dance
Bridal Party dance choreography offered as well!
Make your special day memorable and fun!
OPENINGS ARE AVAILABLE FOR OUR SUMMER & FALL PROGRAMS! Schedules and info ARE POSTED ON THE CLASS SCHEDULE PAGE! Interested? Just call us at 315-785-0438 to register AND stop by the class of your choice for your FREE trial class!
Dance World is the longest operating dance studio in the Watertown area. The studio is open 6 days a week and is home to many special area dance groups such as the Northern Ballet Company, Homeschool program, Baton Twirling & Hula dance programs and the Showstoppers Competition Team.
Classes are offered in Tap, Contemporary, Ballet, Jazz, Pointe, Lyrical, Musical Theater, Modern, Tumbling, Hip-Hop, Clogging, Baton Twirling, Hula, Ballroom and Cheerleading for children and adults ages 2 and up at the beginning, intermediate and advanced level.
Toddlers who are 2 years old or almost 2 years old are invited to take our Creative Movement class, which provides learning opportunities in balance, coordination, rhythm, counting, singing and social skills such as being the leader, taking turns, sharing and just having fun with other children their own age.
Our Pre-School program offers all of the same except at a little more advanced level.
Technique classes are offered for our more advanced dancers as well as our competition team.
All types of dance are available in private or semi-private classes but time slots are limited. Fees for these half hour or 45 minute sessions are at the discretion of each individual instructor.
My hope for the children who dance at Dance World is that they prosper in self-esteem, have fun, feel good about what they are doing, and know that doing their best is acceptable.
The art of dance is not academic; not all children will be on the right foot all the time. Not all will have great rhythm and timing, and some may never be able to do that perfect split or pirouette.
I hope that your child's experience will be rewarding and educational, and that the memories and friends they make will be a comfort to them as they grow in years.