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Austin 03-15-2011 08:54 AM

Dance Classes San Macros Texas
 
I have a little girl that wants to dance.

Where do you take your kids for dance lessons?

SanMartian 04-17-2011 10:05 AM

There aren't many options here.... other than Central Texas Ballet on the square (formally The Pointe.) Unfortunately it's no longer fun for kids... different owner. We go to Dance Unlimited in Buda now.

Austin 04-20-2011 02:16 PM

What makes it not fun?

echo 06-06-2011 10:48 AM

I have to disagree. My two daughters both attend CTBC (formerly the pointe) and they both really enjoy their ballet and look forward to it weekly! There were many changes that came along with the new ownership and all have seemed quite professional. I would have to say they keep the the pre-primary and kinderdance programs fun and active for the little ones while at the same time preparing them for conservatory level dancing if they so wish to continue to pursue dance. The downfall is the tuition, it's pricey for our family although it's comparable with most other dance programs out there. If you want a recommendation of some cost effective extra curricular programs for young people I can help you there, but that is a whole 'nother thread ;)

HTH

If your daughter wants to check out the upcoming spring performance I would highly recommend you attend on the 17th of this month at the Kyle Performing Arts Center. That would give you and your daughter and idea of what might be in store for dance before making such a significant investment.

Austin 06-06-2011 12:17 PM

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Originally Posted by echo (Post 109275)
I have to disagree. My two daughters both attend CTBC (formerly the pointe) and they both really enjoy their ballet and look forward to it weekly! There were many changes that came along with the new ownership and all have seemed quite professional. I would have to say they keep the the pre-primary and kinderdance programs fun and active for the little ones while at the same time preparing them for conservatory level dancing if they so wish to continue to pursue dance. The downfall is the tuition, it's pricey for our family although it's comparable with most other dance programs out there. If you want a recommendation of some cost effective extra curricular programs for young people I can help you there, but that is a whole 'nother thread ;)

HTH

If your daughter wants to check out the upcoming spring performance I would highly recommend you attend on the 17th of this month at the Kyle Performing Arts Center. That would give you and your daughter and idea of what might be in store for dance before making such a significant investment.

I would love to see more about in another thread. I've been looking for anything to do here.

I'm going to have to find something soon, she's dancing, and karate chopping, and generally taking an interest in everything.


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