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Level I

For boys and girls of 4-5 years old

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For boys and girls of 4-5 years old

A placement class is not required

An introduction to dance that incorporates creative movement with an age-appropriate introduction to ballet. This program develops motor skills, sociability and gives kids a fun introduction to the world of ballet by starting to learn terminology in French. The unique method includes some stretching and center exercises. Unless other centers, classical music is used in this class.

   Pre Ballet

For the little ones of 3 years old
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   Level II

For dancers of 6-7 years old
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   Level III

For aspiring dancers of 8 to 10 years
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   Adult Division

Fueling passion of dance and fitness
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Registration for the 2019-20 School Year is now open!


Early bird discount:

20% before 01/07/2019 (only on the first payment of yearly fee)

10% before 01/08/2019 (only on the first payment of yearly fee)


It is easy to register your child. You can call us at +972 (0)53-5201422, email us at We are always happy to assist you in finding the best class for your child!


Trial classes


Trial class can be arranged for your child to experience a ballet class. You can call us at +972 (0)53-5201422, email us at to arrange one for you.




Minimum of one 45-minute class/week




Hebrew section:

Wednesday 5.15 PM – 6.00 PM


English/French section:

Thursday 5.30 PM – 6.15 PM


This schedule is provisional and may be subject to changes




Annual registration fee

150 NIS/Student


Yearly fee

1 class a week: 2650 NIS/year
2 classes a week: 5000 NIS/year



10% for single parent
10% for sibling registration


Tuition can be paid by checks only. No credit card payment is accepted. The Annual registration fee must be paid before the first class of the year and is non-refundable. The yearly fees will be divided into 10 payments (10 checks, predated on each first of each month, from September until June). In case of termination of studies by the student, the student will be entitled to a full refund for the remaining months. Termination must be notified in writing before the 20th of the month, and no later than 20.2.2020. Each month started will have to be paid in full. No refund shall be given for termination of studies by the student (except for circumstances of force majeure) after February 20th, 2020.


Early bird discounts are applying only on the first payment of the yearly fee ONLY. Single parent and sibling registration discount are applying to the full yearly fee.

Calendar at a glance


School Year Dates

September 1, 2019 – June 30, 2020


School Closings

Rosh Hashanah: September 29, 2019 until October 1, 2019

Yom Kippur: October 8, 2019 until October 9, 2019

Sukkot: September 13, 2019 until October 22, 2019

Hanukkah: December 22, 2019 until December 30, 2019

Purim: March 8, 2020 until March 10, 2020

Pesach: April 5, 2020 until April 16, 2020

Eve of Holocaust Memorial Day: April 20, 2020 from 19:00

Eve of IDF Memorial Day: April 27, 2020 from 19:00

Independence Day: April 28, 2020

Shavuot Holiday: May 28, 2020





Annual show

Date to be determined


In preparation for the end of the year show, extra rehearsals may be held.

The students are requested to attend all the rehearsals set for the show, even if they are scheduled on other days and dates of the program.

Absence from rehearsals may lead to the cancellation of the student's participation in the performance.


Open classes

Each year, an open class is organized around December/January

Dress Code




Pink leotard
Pink tights
Split Sole Pink Ballet Shoes (Leather or Fabric – with preference with fabric)
Neat hair bun



White t-shirt
Black short
Split Sole White Ballet Shoes with plain white socks


Leotard, t-shirt and short will have to be bought through the school.


Appearing in accordance with the dress code given at the beginning of the scholar year is mandatory.

In the absence of appropriate attire, the student will not be able to participate in the class.

No jewellery will be worn in class, including watches.





Class attendance is compulsory. In case of absence, parents or students are requested to inform in advance via phone.

Students will arrive at least 15 minutes before the class begins to start preparations (warm up, dressing up, etc.).

Students will be ready to enter the studio 5 minutes before each class begins.

Participation will be terminated for students who repeatedly arrive late to class.

Students arriving more than 5 minutes after their class has begun will be asked to sit and observe the class


Students’ behaviour

Students will treat each other with respect and courtesy. Students will respect their teachers, school staff, and students in all groups.

Students will keep toilets, the waiting area and the dressing room clean.

Students will be responsible for their belongings. Management is not responsible for loss of personal effects. Students are invited to bring in files or valuable objects into the studio and place them in the designated place at their own risk.

Students will not bring food or drink into the studio (except for bottled water).

Students will not photograph other students or teachers during class, nor will they post pictures or videos online.


Parents’ behaviour

Parents are asked to bring the children on time for class and to pick them up on time.

Parents cannot watch lessons. Designated Open Classes shall be organized.

For security and respect of privacy, do not post pictures or videos taken in open classes, not on the Internet, on YouTube, on Facebook, Snapchat, Public albums, or any other online media.

"This school is by far the best ballet school you can find in town. Surely due to its high level of professionalism offered in class but as well because Nicolas is just the greatest teacher I've ever met! Don't hesitate to send your kids there, they'll be in good hands!"
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Enrollment for
2021-2022 open
Discover our unique program

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