• Dance Department

  • Dance I

    This course will focus on dance within a variety of dance genres at an introductory level. Students will acquire vocabulary and skills in ballet, jazz, modern, tap, hip hop and other genres. Dance history, choreography and performance skills will be introduced. The class is participatory in nature, utilizing movement as a form of creative expression. Specific attire will be required. Attendance at after school rehearsals and performances may be required. Successful completion of both semesters of this course will satisfy the Fine Arts credit or PE credit required for graduation.


    Dance II

    This course builds on the technical facility and skills attained in Dance I using advanced skills and concepts through continued study of various dance genres. In addition, course objectives will emphasize creative expression through movement, awareness of space, time, and energy in dance technique and improvisational studies, development of self-confidence through the use of the body as an expressive instrument, and appreciation of dance as an art form. Attendance at after school rehearsals and performances may be required. Successful completion of both semesters of this course will satisfy the Fine Arts credit or PE credit required for graduation.

     

    For more information about try-outs or upcoming performances, see the Stallionettes Page.

Dance Staff

Elizabeth Forneris
Dance