Junior School

Overview

Goh Ballet's Junior School provides comprehensive classical ballet education along with classes in other dance disciplines for students ages 4 and up. Taught by certified and award-winning instructors, our Junior School curriculum follows a progressive structure designed to assist each child in reaching their highest potential. The Junior School offers class placement for students of every age and ability, whether focused on after-school dance education or developing the strong skills and technique required to become a professional dancer.

The focus of training in the Junior School is sequential, providing building blocks for children to grow from one year to the next. Our faculty members provide an encouraging, stimulating dance education while reducing anxiety and fear in the classroom. Classes are structured on a rigorous curriculum centered on classical technique and all students take part in a annual high-caliber theatre performance each spring at a professional venue to showcase their achievements.

Junior School (A1 to A6)

Annual Program
ages 7 – 13

Dancers in this division range in age from 7 to 13 years old. Levels A1 – A6 follow consecutively from the classes completed in the Children’s Division and levels are assigned based on age and skill compatibility. Upon completion of A5, students may be invited to join the Intermediate Division for more intense, pre-professional dance training.

Other Junior School Programs:

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.

Please read our Frequently Asked Questions, call 604.872.4014 ext. 0 or email our administrative associates for any additional information.