Class Information is Here! We are so excited to be bringing Irish Dancing to Columbia for the first time ever!

Registration for Summer Session

Our summer session for Beginner and Teen/Adult classes are forming now through DanceArts of Columbia.

Class info:

Day: Wednesday evenings from June 14th through July 19th

Time:

5:30-6:15 pm Beginner Class Ages 8-12 years old

6:15-7:00 pm Beginner Teen and Adult Classes

Cost: $80 for the 6-week session

To Register: Call DanceArts at 573-875-1569 or email at dancearts@socket.net

Note: Our summer session is through DanceArts of Columbia so registration, tuition, and contact/questions is through them BUT for the 2017 Fall session, starting in August, and all classes thereafter, registration and tuition and everything else will be through the Clark Academy.

Registration for Fall Session

Fall Sessions will be available for Beginner, Intermediate, and Championship level dancers as well as continuing our Teen/Adult class.

Class Info:

Day: Friday evenings (and potentially Wednesdays if the studio has free time for us!) from August through November

Time: Subject to change but here's the idea for now --

5:00 - 5:30 pm Mini CAIDos (ages 3-5)

5:00 - 5:45 pm Shamrock (Beginner level, Ages 6-12)

6:00-7:00 pm Clark and Clarkette (Intermediate level or Ages 13-17 Beginner)

7:00-8:15 pm Masters (Championship Level, all ages)

8:15-9:00 pm Teen/Adult (Ages 18 and older)

Cost: TBD based on class times for 16 week session

To Register: We will have online registration and tuition payment available starting in July for our Fall session. More info to come!

For questions or more info email Annie Rogers, your only certified Irish Dance Instructor between St. Louis and Kansas City, at annie@theclarkacademy.com

PEACE, LOVE AND DANCE

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