Weekly Program from July 8 to August 30, 2024

Themed Summer Camps

Choice of :

Full-day with complimentary lunch time supervision (register for morning and afternoon)

– Half-day morning

– Half-day afternoon

Morning and afternoon programs are different.

Early drop off and late pick up available with an extra fee.

8 weeks of quality and fun dancing with 8 different themes for dancers age 3 to 12.

From Wonderland to Wonkaland, Neverland to Colombia (Encanto), our themed summer camp offers a safe and fun way to learn dance and art for dancers 12 and under.
Campers will learn a variety of dance styles and perform live at the end of the week. Limited space available.


July 8-August 30

Multi-Discipline Summer Intensive

For dancers 8+ with at least 3 years of dance training 

Reserve your spot in our beautiful Leaside studio with our award-winning teachers/choreographers! Enhance your versatility as a dancer and explore new movement vocabulary with the opportunity to perform every end of week.


July 29-August 2 and August 26-30

Acro Intensive

For dancers 8+ with at least 2 years of acro training

Brush up your skills in aerials, back handsprings, balances, hand balances, and contortions.


July 29-August 2 or August 26-30

Ballet Intensive

Hone your technique and artistry through a series of classes focusing on extensions, turns, and jumps with an opportunity to perform at the end of the week.

July 29 – August 2, morning session:  for dancers with a minimum of 2 years of consistent ballet training.

August 26 – 30, afternoon session:  for dancers with a minimum of 3 years of consistent ballet training or dancers who have been doing pointe work this year.


July 22-26, Monday-Friday from 4:30-6:00pm

Tap Intensive with Ms. Allison

ABOUT Ms. Allison Plamondon
Ms. Plamondon recently returned to Toronto after living in NYC for 13 years. She grew up dancing competitively in Edmonton and she has choreographed many competition routines as well as adjudicated throughout North America (Bedazzled, Dance Attack, Alberta Dance Festival, Sheer Elite – US and Mexico). Tap has always been her forte and she has taught at Broadway Dance Center, Randolph Academy. She has just started back to teach at Sheridan College this semester.