Children’s Division Summer Programs 

*On May 21, 2020 we announced that we have converted the majority of our Summer Programs from in-person programs to a live-class, virtual, remote learning experiences. The information below reflects this change.*

Expose your child to the joy, expression and discipline of ballet. As they explore the foundations of dance, students exercise both their bodies and imaginations under the guidance of instructors who specialize in early childhood education.

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Summer 2020 Class Offerings

GROWN-UP & ME (Ages 18 mos.-2 yrs.) & PRE-BALLET 2 (Age 2)

An introduction to the art of ballet in a nurturing environment. Children and parents begin to explore the world of dance through movement, music, and rhythm. Dads welcome!

PRE-BALLET (Ages 3-7)

Imagery, imagination, and self-expression are encouraged while developing a foundation for academic ballet technique.


A lively class introducing movement and music. Proper alignment, coordination and athleticism are emphasized.

New students ages 7+ are required to complete the online placement form. Once the placement form is submitted, the School office will follow up to discuss placement. 

Registration Details

Summer 2020 Registration

Parents/Guardians must submit a completed registration form and tuition payment prior to their first class.

  • Returning students must register for the level in which they are currently enrolled or as directed by the School Office.
  • New Students age 18 months to age 6 should register in the age-appropriate class, based on the age of the child as of 9/1/2019; the instructor will notify parents if the student should attend a higher or lower level for skill development

ATTENDANCE:  Consistent attendance is required.  Parent/Guardian must notify the PBT School Office of absences in advance if students must miss a class,

TUITION:  Full tuition for all summer programs is due with completed registration form to the PBT School Office.

Summer Classes

Summer Class Schedule

Saturdays, (Four Weeks) June 20–July 18 *No classes July 4
Grown-Up & Me (ages 18 mos.-2 yrs.) + Pre-ballet 2 (age 2) 9:15-9:45 a.m. | Tuition: $54
Pre-ballet 3 (age 3) + Pre-ballet 4 (age 4) 10-10:30 a.m.|  Tuition: $54
Pre-ballet 5 (age 5) + Pre-ballet 6-7 (ages 6-7) 10:45 a.m.-11:15 a.m. | Tuition: $54

Wednesdays, (Four Weeks) July 8–29
Pre-ballet 3 (age 3) + Pre Ballet 4 (age 4) 4:45-5:15 p.m. | Tuition: $54
Pre-ballet 5 (age 5) + Pre-ballet 6-7 (ages 6-7) 5:30-6 p.m. | Tuition: $54

Wednesdays, (Five Weeks) June 10–July 8
Pre-ballet Boys (ages 4-7) 12-12:30 p.m. | Tuition: $48

Summer Workshops

Summer 2020 Workshops


In this workshop, young dancers will develop ballet technique foundations through ballet class, and each day is centered around an exciting new ballet theme. In addition to class, dancers will read ballet storybooks to inspire creative dancing and even learn about the pointe shoes that the ballerinas wear!

Pre-ballet ages 3-7 | August 10, 12, 14 | 10-11 a.m. | Tuition: $75
Pre-ballet 5-7 (ages 5-7) | August 10-14 | 10 a.m.-12 p.m. | Tuition: $212

*Effective July 1, 2020, this workshop has also been converted to a virtual experience. Registration is open. 


Are there any special requirements for the virtual summer programs?

  • Reliable high-speed internet
  • A computer, iPad or phone for Zoom
  • A ballet barre or chair

What kind of space does a student need for a virtual summer program?

Our goal during the virtual summer programs is to keep our students engaged in dance, with their safety as our top priorityAs students look ahead towards utilizing the Zoom online platform on a regular basis, it is increasingly important to heighten one’s awareness of safety concerns regarding at home training.

A basic requirement of a 4’x6’ size space or larger, free from any obstacles (rugs, furniture, wires/cables etc.) is required for all virtual summer programs.

PBT has compiled a set of guidelines, injury prevention tips, and references to help dancers ensure their safety in physical and technical development. Students will receive a handbook in advance of the program that includes this set of guidelines. Students and parents/guardians are expected to have reviewed this document in its entirety prior to the start of summer classes.

Is there a dress code for the virtual summer programs?

Females: Any solid-color leotard (simple style), pink tights and pink ballet shoes

Males: Any solid-color T-shirt, black tights, white socks, and black or white ballet shoes

Is attendance required for all classes?

Students (and parents/guardians for Grown-Up & Me and Pre-Ballet 2) are required to participate in all scheduled classes for which the dancer is enrolled. All students must appear for all classes in a punctual manner.  Students who cannot meet these very basic requirements will not be permitted to participate.  The School office should be contacted any for extenuating circumstances.