Located at 306 Maple St.,  in Mountain View

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3:50-4:40 Level 4 Ballet/Jazz/Lyrical for 2nd-new 4th graders
4:40-5:05 Level 4 & Level 5 Combined Tap  
5:10-5:50 Level 1 A Creative Movement for 3 –5 years old Pre K
5:05-5:55 Level 5 Ballet/Jazz/Lyrical for experienced 4-7 grades
5:55-6:40 Hip Hop 2 for experienced 4th grade thru new 8th grade
3:40-4:45 Level 6 Pointe Intermediate/Advanced Pointe
4:50-5:25 Clogging K and up
5:30-6:15 Level 2 Ballet/Jazz K - new 1st graders
5:30-6:15 Level 3 Ballet/Jazz 1st - new 3rd graders
6:15-6:35 Level 2/3 Tap K -  3rd graders
3:40-4:25 Pointe 1 Beginner/Intermediate Pointe
3:45-4:20 Hip Hop 3 7th grade and up
4:25-4:55 Level 5/6 Tap more advanced Level 5 & 6 tappers
4:55-6:00 Level 6 Ballet/Tap/Jazz/Lyrical Experienced 7th grade & up
4:30-5:10 Hip Hop 1 K thru new 5th graders
5:20-6:00  Level 1B  Creative Movement for 3-5 year olds, Pre K
Exceptions can and will be made for ages & experience. This is just the broad outline. If you have any questions, please call 870-269-4555 or toll free at 1-866-GOT-NADT, and placement can be discussed.

All pointe students (toe shoes) are required to take at least 2 classes per week (i.e.jazz/ballet/lyrical/contemporary & pointe)

NADT Dance Academy  @  Mountain View       


Explanation of Class Curriculum
Creative Movement (Level 1) — Students will be exposed to Ballet Basics and different types of movement accompanied by music. As well as dancing, students are engaged in ‘sing-alongs’ and usage of basic instruments. This is a great introductory class for youngsters to get accustomed to a class room setting, participating in group activities, sharing with other students, and following instructions.

Ballet/Jazz/Lyrical/Contemporary (Level 2/3 thru Level 6) — Students will be exposed to different forms of dance during this session. Ballet is the foundation of all dance and it is extremely important to be well grounded in ballet to excel in other forms. Younger students will start with ballet/jazz, then lyrical will be added. The top level will add Contemporary.

Tap (Level 2/3 thru Level 6) - Students will be exposed to a curriculum of Tap dancing. Tap shoes are required so that dancers can execute the necessary rhythm and sounds of tap dancing.

Clogging – Students will be exposed to a curriculum of Clogging which ranges from classic folk clogging. which is prevalent in our community, to a more modern style encompassing all kinds of music.

Hip Hop — This is available as ‘Hip Hop 2’ (beginner/intermediate class) and ’Hip Hop 3’ (intermediate/advanced class) to engage students in an increasingly popular form of jazz; Hip Hop. Widely viewed on TV programs, movies, and music videos, Hip Hop is sometimes known as street-dancing. We incorporate music of Hip Hop, Rap, and Pop genres.

Competition: We offer original choreography and intensive training for students that want to go to dance competitions.

North Arkansas Dance Theatre: Our performing troupe that performs at all kinds of functions and events free of charge. Their NADT Costumes, jackets, shirts, lessons/rehearsals are all paid for by the non-profit.

Private Lessons: Those who want to have one-on one training to advance at a faster and more technical rate, we offer private lessons.


Dress Code

All supplies can be bought at the school. We are very adamant about our dress code, as we feel it is a foundation for learning.

Level 1A or 1B   -    Pink Leotard
Level 2   -    White Leotard
Level 3     -   Light Blue Leotard
Level 4    -    Black Leotard
Level 5      - Royal Blue Leotard
Level 6   -   Any Color

Hip Hoppers wear black stretch pants or sweats, dance shoes or tennis shoes and a long white tshirt.
No t-shirts, shorts, or other such articles of clothing will be acceptable. Please note that children not properly dressed for class may be asked to sit out. Also, the soft material “ballet slippers” from Walmart are NOT proper dance shoes, they are ’house shoes’ and are hard to dance in.

Hair MUST be tidy and held back in a ponytail, braid, or bun.


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