Elev8 Dance is proud to offer our students choir, vocal and singing lessons! Your child will learn to develop their voice through fun and engaging group singing classes. Through singing lessons, your child will establish techniques to keep their voices healthy and strong. Adding singing lessons to your dance classes is an excellent way for your child to build confidence to perform or engage in public speaking. Alongside dance classes, singing is a wonderful outlet for self-expression and a must for anyone who wants to pursue the dream of being a performer.
Students in Grade One and Up
Take advantage of this exclusive opportunity and sign up now to secure your spot in our upcoming singing lessons. As an Elev8 Dance student, you have priority access before enrollment is open to the public. Don’t miss this incredible chance to enhance your child’s performance and artistic expression.
Try out all the classes you're interested in. Discover how much fun our dance classes are, learn some moves and make new friends.
Our dance teachers work collaboratively to build a safe and caring environment for our students to learn, train and flourish. We take part in ongoing training to develop our skills as dance teachers and community leaders. We are committed to fulfilling our responsibility of teaching our students to become outstanding dancers and valuable community members.
With years of experience across different age groups, our instructors use proven teaching techniques that consistently produce classroom results.
One of a Kind Dance Instruction
Elev8 Dance has been named “Hamilton’s Best Dance Classes for Children,” “Hamilton’s Best Dance Teacher,” and an overall award of “Hamilton’s Best Dance School” (Hamilton Spectator). We take pride in providing top-quality dance education with fun and engaging dance classes in an environment that will help your child reach their full potential.
Dance Discovery: Dancers aged 2 and 3 and their parent or guardian learn to follow along in classes to spark the senses and develop motor skills.
1st Steps: Dancers aged Kindergarten learn to socialize and participate in group activities while learning to jump, roll and spin.
Mini Dance: Students in Grades 1 and 2 can explore their movement range while developing coordination, strength, flexibility, and balance.
Junior and Intermediate: Students in Grades 3 and up can choose from various dance styles such as Hip Hop, Acrobatics, Jazz, Tap, Ballet, and more.
Adult Programs: There is no better place to build community than a dance class. Elev8 Dance provides a fun and supportive space for our adult students to learn new skills, meet new people and share laughs.
*Ages groupings follow the school year.
With specialty classes designed to hone your skills, our Academy dance students are ready to take that next step in their dance journey, eagerly embracing new challenges to build their dance and performance skills.
Academy dancers will participate in specific weekly dance classes to elevate their skills. Students receive diverse cross-training in different styles to help them become well-rounded dancers and confident performers. Prior dance experience is required.
Elev8 Dance has a uniform in place, which helps to eliminate distractions, promotes a sense of community and makes getting ready for class easy. Only your teacher can set you up with the class uniform.
We provide affordable programs and free trials for students wanting to check it out for the first time. Enrolment is for the full school year, with monthly tuition instalments. Youth programs have a tuition deposit which varies per program.
Get started today for free! Come meet your teachers, learn some new steps and share a smile.
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