Students will be in classes Monday-Saturday. A typical day for students begins around 9 a.m. and ends around 5 p.m. All schedules are subject to change. At the conclusion of the 6-week program all students in levels 5-8 participate in two public performances. Level 5 students that participate in the first 3-week option will have an observation day.
Student Life Videos
Check out what our students have to say about our program!
Click below to watch a 2012 Summer Program video interview with Andrea.
Click below to watch a 2013 Summer Program video interview with Natalie.
Student Intensive Activities:
In conjunction to their dancing, students in level 5-8 will have the opportunity to participate in Sunday activities. In past years, students have gone to:
Baseball Game: Houston Astros
Enjoy an afternoon at Minute Maid Park and watch the Houston Astros take on an opposing team.
Shopping at the Houston Galleria
Take a drive through River Oaks and see the Transco Fountains on the way to one of the best shopping spots in town, (with over 300 stores to choose from) the Houston Galleria!
Enjoy at day of fun in the sun at Six Flag's Splashtown Waterpark. The park offers exciting water rides a huge wave pool. Students usually visit for the 4th of July holiday, and enjoy a fireworks show at dusk to celebrate Independence Day.
NASA Space Center
Spend the day at the NASA Space Center of Houston! Explore the exhibits and attractions, including the Space Center Theater, a tram tour of NASA's Johnson Space Center, and galleries of astronauts and space items. There is even simulator of what it's like to live in space!
In case you didn't get enough fun in the sun at Splashtown, take a trip to Schlitterbahn Waterpark in Galveston, Texas. Relax in the lazy river, race down waterslides, and much, much more!
Did you know Houston is only second to New York City in having the most number of theater seats in a concentrated area? It also has 9 performing arts organizations; one of the few cities in America with an in-house Opera, Theater Company and Ballet! Learn more about Houston through the following video and links: