Santa Monica, California
Westside School of Ballet is open for Summer registration for dancers of all levels — from the Children’s Themed Camps for Ages 4-8, to intermediate and advanced programs for Ages 9-19.
Click here for Upper School programs: westsideballet.com/summer
Your children’s favorite storybook and film characters are brought to life through dance and design. Characters leap off the page and the screen as your child leaps into the studio to create their very own tale!
For Girls and Boys. All skill levels welcome!
5 days/6 hours per day:
Ages 4 – 6 8:30 am – 2:30 pm Monday through Friday
Ages 7 – 8 9:00 am – 3:00 pm Monday through Friday
$575 per week / $525 per week with Early Enrollment (by April 1) / $475 per week with 6 or more weeks enrollment.
Daily activities include Dance Class, Design a Miniature Backdrop, Design a Costume, and Music Exploration.
Students must be the age indicated for their grouping at the time of the program.
Current Pre-Ballet A/B/C students, based on age: Ages 4 – 6
Current Level 1 or Pre-Ballet C students, based on age: Ages 7 – 8
|Wk 1 June 12 – 16 |
|Wk 6 July 17 – 21|
Puss ‘n Boots
|Wk 2 June 19 – 23|
Aladdin & Jasmine
|Wk 7 July 24 – 28|
|Wk 3 June 26 – 30 |
|Wk 8 July 31 – Aug 4|
|(Wk 4 July 5 – 7) |
NO CAMP THIS WEEK
|Wk 9 Aug 7 – 11|
Hip Hop Hooray
|Wk 5 July 10 – 14 |
|Wk 10 Aug 14 – 18 |
All offerings are pending enrollment and subject to change without notice.
Westside School of Ballet is open for Summer registration for dancers of all levels — from the Children’s Themed Camps for Ages 4-8, to intermediate and advanced Summer Intensive Programs for Ages 9-19.
The 6 Weekly Summer Intensive Programs are led by Westside’s exceptional resident faculty and esteemed guest instructors, the Summer Sessions are designed to strengthen and nurture young dancers’ technique and artistry. Classes are offered in a variety of dance styles including Ballet, Jazz, Modern, Hip Hop and more!
For over five decades, Westside Ballet has been changing lives through the art of ballet. Dancers often grow with the program from young ages to high school graduation. Their approach to life is shaped through the discipline of their lessons and the meaningful relationships they form with their instructors and peers.
Photography by Anne Slattery