Goh Ballet Youth Company

Admission Policy

  • Admission into the Goh Ballet Youth Company Program is by audition only. Prospective students may audition by video or in person.
  • Applicants must be 16 years of age or older.
  • Applicants must have participated in dance training for at least 5 years or more.
  • Domestic applicants must pay a CAD $34 + GST non-refundable registration fee upon acceptance into the course of study. International applicants must pay a CAD $997.50 non-refundable registration fee upon acceptance into the course of study. Cheques are to be made payable to Goh Ballet Inc.
  • Applicants, after confirmation of acceptance into the program, must read and certify that they have read a copy of the school’s student handbook as well as the enrollment and registration agreement.

GBYC's Annual Tuition Fee (September to June)

Domestic Canadian & US Students 2021-22

Registration Fee: CAD $34
Tuition Fee: CAD$12,799

International Students 2021-22

Registration Fee: CAD$998
Tuition Fee: CAD$22,990


Auditions are required for anyone considering training with the Goh Ballet Youth Company Canada.

Group Auditions

Audition in-person to join the Goh Ballet Youth Company. Please see our assessments page for more information and to register.

Private Auditions

To book a private audition, please call 604.872.4014 ext. 0 to confirm a suitable date and time.

Video Auditions

Students who are unable to audition in person can email us a 15 minute video audition and completed registration package. A processing fee of $50CAD is due at the time of submission. Payment can be made via credit card over the phone, or by sending a cheque or money order in Canadian funds to Goh Ballet Inc.

Your video should include barre, centre work including pirouettes, allegro and adage, pointe work, and one classical variation if possible.

Health & Safety

The health and safety of our students, staff and community are of the utmost importance to us at Goh Ballet. We follow and adhere to all provincial government and health authority guidelines, and Goh Ballet’s updated Communicable Disease Prevention Policy includes comprehensive sanitization procedures, requirements for all staff, faculty, pianists and students to self-screen prior to coming to the Academy. We acknowledge that the pandemic is ever evolving and are committed to actively monitoring and updating our solutions to ensure a healthy and safe environment for all our students, families, faculty, pianists, and staff.

Goh Ballet is committed to providing and maintaining a safe and secure learning and working environment where all individuals are free from any form of violence or threat of violence, including sexual violence and misconduct.
Goh Ballet’s Sexual Misconduct Policy