about COMMUNITY Division — youth classes

Formerly known as Studio Division, our Community Division Youth Classes allow young dance enthusiasts to explore a variety of dance styles that have included ballet, jazz, musical theater and hip hop.

Community Division Youth Classes are the perfect fit for brand-new dancers or those with previous training. Class schedules allow students to explore other extracurricular activities. Dance can even contribute to success on the soccer field or in the classroom.

NEW! Ballet I, II and III classes for ages 8+ are now offered through our Academy Division. Click here for more information, or contact School of Nashville Ballet at (615) 297-2966 x203 or

Spring Semester Classes: January 15 – May 5, 2018
Summer Classes*: June 2 - August 4, 2018
*Drop-In rates available for Summer

Enrollment is now open for Spring and Summer 2018. Select a program schedule below to enroll online. If you need additional assistance, please contact School of Nashville Ballet at (615) 297-2966 x203 or



This class is designed specifically for the older beginner dancer. Students will learn the essential elements of ballet at a pace that is appropriate for this age group’s maturity and physicality.

youth intermediate ballet - ages 11+


For our teen students who have completed the Youth Beginner Ballet class, we offer a course tailored to their abilities. Students will expand upon the fundamentals learned in Youth Beginner Ballet and will continue to develop their technique, musicality and artistry.


Youth Beginner Ballet & Youth Intermediate Ballet:

Footwear for Gentlemen & Ladies:

  • Bloch Dansoft full sole ballet shoes in pink (ladies) or white (gentlemen)


  • White fitted T-shirt (no logos)
  • Black convertible tights
  • White socks


  • Any style black leotard, simple
  • Pink ballet tights; we recommend Body Wrappers tights A45 (adult) or C45 (child) in theatrical pink

In the tradition of classical ballet and in encouragement of each dancer's positive self-image, we strive to have a clean, uniformed appearance for all students.

All students should wear street clothing and shoes over their ballet attire when coming to and from their classes. Extra layers ensure modesty and help muscles warm up and cool down properly. We encourage dancers of all ages to practice this healthy habit.

Clothing should be changed in dressing rooms only, not the lobby or hallways. Ballet shoes cannot be worn outdoors as this tracks dirt into the studio, can compromise the safety of our students and dancers, and is detrimental to the studio floors.

Jewelry, other than small earrings, may not be worn in the studios. Young ladies' hair should be pulled away from the face and secured neatly. 



If you need additional assistance, please contact School of Nashville Ballet at (615) 297-2966 x910 or