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Competitive Group Classes By Age

Competitive Group Classes by Age

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(5-6 Years Old)

This program is based on the average industry requirement of attending at least 2 classes per week. Competitive dancers aged 5 to 6 typically train from 2 to 4 days per week, including group classes, individual lessons, training camps, and physical fitness classes.

> Frequency: Up to 2 times per week

> Class Duration: 30 Minutes

 

Juveniles

(7-10 Years Old)

This program is based on the average industry requirement of attending at least 3 classes per week. Competitive Juvenile dancers typically train from 3 to 6 days per week, including group classes, individual lessons, training camps, and personal practice.

> Frequency: Up to 3 times per week

> Class Duration: 45 Minutes

 

Juniors

(11-15 Years Old)

This program is based on the average industry requirement of attending at least 3 classes per week. Competitive Junior dancers typically train from 3 to 6 days per week, including group classes, individual lessons, training camps, and personal practice.

> Frequency: Up to 3 times per week

> Class Duration: 1 Hour

 

Adults

(16 Years and Older)

This program is based on the average industry requirement of attending at least 3 classes per week. Competitive Youth & Adult dancers typically train from 3 to 6 days per week, including group classes, individual lessons, training camps, and personal practice.

> Frequency: Up to 3 times per week

> Class Duration: 1 Hour

 

Seniors

(Senior I: 35-44)

(Senior II: 45-54)

(Senior III: 55-64)

(Senior IV: 65 & up)

This program is based on the industry standards of age competitions by the "Senior" age brackets. All students of this program are more than welcome to also attend the "Adult" DSS Group Classes. Competitive Senior dancers typically train from 3 to 5 days per week, including group classes, individual lessons, training camps, and personal practice.

> Frequency: Up to 3 times per week

> Class Duration: 45 Minutes