Founded in 1954 by Audrée Estey, Princeton Ballet School is one of the nation’s finest non-profit dance schools. Many things set Princeton Ballet School apart from the usual dance school, the most important being ; faculty; dedication to live professionally provided musical accompaniment in the classroom, beautiful facilities; and affiliation with a professional ballet company, American Repertory Ballet.
There’s truly a place for everyone ages three through adult at Princeton Ballet School and all levels of excellence. Classes include Ballet for all levels, Hand in Hand for the youngest dancers, Modern Dance, Theatre Dance, CardioBallet, Hip Hop and more. Princeton Ballet School is committed to nurturing and training its students in a safe, developmentally-appropriate way.
Princeton Ballet School is known for supporting developing dancers in a safe and progressive way. The school teaches age and developmentally appropriate ballet technique classes from a syllabus that allows younger students more time for movement exploration while providing advanced students with the tools to become professional dancers, if they so choose. As a result, all students develop self-esteem, self-discipline, and a strong fitness level that will provide a powerful edge in any future endeavor.
Furthermore, the school has more than 30 specialized faculty members. Many have attained graduate degrees in dance education and have won major teaching awards. All are committed to a philosophy of dance education and to helping students achieve their best. Members of the outstanding faculty have performed professionally with companies including: American Ballet Theatre, Joffrey Ballet, New York City Ballet, and American Repertory Ballet.
Beautiful studio space exists in three convenient locations: Cranbury, New Brunswick and Princeton, New Jersey. The Cranbury and Princeton studios are wheelchair accessible; all locations feature state-of-the-art dance floors that are shock absorbent and slip proof. The late Ralph Lerner, an internationally known architect and former Dean of the School of Architecture at Princeton University, designed the striking Princeton and Cranbury facilities
Enroll today! To register or for more information, call (609) 921-7758 or visit online at arballet.org