Dance Colleges & Schools in US

List of Dance schools in the United States:

American National Ballet - offers nationally recognized education and training programs for Dancers, for Dance Educators, for Public and Private Schools, for Families.

Arya Dance Academy - a renowned and top leading South Asian Performing Arts Institute in the U.S., dedicated to teaching South Asian dance techniques, music, singing, and acting to students of all ages.

Fred Astaire Dance Studios - a ballroom dance franchise chain of studios in the US and Canada. It provides instruction in ballroom, swing, salsa, latin, wedding, and more.

Ballet Austin Academy - divided into 5 areas of study; Creative Movement, Pre-Ballet, the Lower School, the Upper School and the Professional Division.

Brighton Ballet Theater - a not-for-profit organization founded in 1987. Its instructors have graduated from the world's finest ballet schools & colleges.

Champion Ballroom Academy - San Diego’s premier dance studio, winning top studio awards in many major competitions.

Columbus DanceArts Academy - a performance based academy for all ages and offers a wide variety of dance arts.

Denishawn School of Dancing and Related Arts - founded in 1915 by Ruth St. Denis and Ted Shawn in Los Angeles, California.

Hawkins School of Performing Arts - ranks in the "Top 5 Best Dance Studio in the Sacramento area" on the KCRA's A-List in 2009 and in 2008.

Houston Ballet's Ben Stevenson Academy - offers scholarships to select students based on both merit and financial need.

The Juilliard School - a conservatory offering pre-professional training in its programs for music, dance and drama.

Mayfair Academy of Fine Arts - the largest dance school of its type in the city of Chicago.

The Minnesota Ballet - one of the finest regional dance companies in the Midwest.

Mitsi Dancing School -  In September 2007, Mitsi was selected as one of the 3 dance studios in all of North America to be featured in Dance Studio Life Magazine's first time introduction of Chinese Dance Schools to the nation.

National Dance Institute - a not-for-profit arts education organization founded in 1976 by Jacques d'Amboise.

National Dance Institute of New Mexico - its former pre-professional students have gone on to recognized dance and musical theatre schools such as Point Park University, Ithaca College, Elon University, University of California Irvine, etc.

Ridgefield Conservatory of Dance - received recognition from the United States as a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt organization.

The School of American Ballet - established in New York City in 1934 by George Balanchine and Lincoln Kirstein.

Ballet San Jose School - Classes range from beginning to advanced levels of Bournonville style, classical technique, pointe, jazz, and caractere.

Mendocino Ballet - offers a Comprehensive, Professional Classical Ballet Program with an emphasis on the Vagonova and Cecchetti methods.

University of Michigan School of Music, Theatre & Dance - an undergraduate and graduate institution for the performing arts in the US.

Weitzenhoffer Family College of Fine Arts - the fine arts unit of the University of Oklahoma in Norman.

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