There are many benefits of studying different dance styles. Obviously the most important one on the training list is Classical ballet and whether students want to be classical ballet dancers or not we know that the training is invaluable for any student of dance in order to really understand the […]

Please see below the schedule for the 2019-20 school year. Classes begin Monday, August 26th. Every effort has been made to accommodate reasonable time requests. As you can imagine with a studio our size, and the limited hours after school it gets a little tight. That along with our commitment […]

Monthly Tuition and Recital Fees: *below prices effective June 1, 2019 – May 30, 2020 Our “regular season” from September through May runs as a 36-week program, with 9 equal payments due on the 1st of each month. Tuition is due by the 1st of the current month – there […]

As a Classical Ballet school, the Bountiful School of Ballet adheres to a strict dress code that is vigorously enforced. A strict dress code teaches unity and discipline and enables our faculty to see the dancer, not the outfit. Ballet: Foundations Level (1x/week) Leotard: Black any style, no skirt Tights: […]

By Lucy Knight Andre My mother was a dancer, and I was fed a steady diet of classical ballet growing up. I always looked at jazz, tap, character, and modern as necessary additions to my dance education, not as the main course. I loved being a ballerina, and even all […]

Bountiful School of Ballet works to have their class schedules coordinate with the Davis County School District schedule so that if the kids are out of school, they are also “out” of dance class. This way families are free to travel or otherwise use those holiday times without worrying about […]