summer Intensive

Improve your ballet technique and expand your dance education this summer with a 10-Day Summer Intensive presented by the Cache Valley Civic Ballet.
Drop-In Class Registration with Courtney Hellebuyck
Dates: July 30, August 1, August 6, August 8
Time: 5:30-7:00 pm
Place: Whittier Center Gym
Pricing: $30/class OR $110 for all 4 classes.

Click here to register for Drop-In Classes. Scroll down to register for the full Intensive.
*This is an intermediate/advanced technique class.
Monday-Friday, July 29-August 9
(No Saturday or Sunday Classes)
The Cache Valley Civic Ballet (CVCB) is excited to provide a unique integration of technique and artistry. Whether dancers are looking for pre-professional training or hoping to broaden their scope of experience, we aim to provide a welcoming environment where students are able to study under a diverse, experienced, and qualified group of instructors. Resident instructors and guest artists teaching Summer Intensive classes are highly qualified with a collaborative goal to inspire students of all ages and abilities.

Registration for the full 10 day intensive only (no discounts will be offered for missed days).
Opens March 1
May 1
*discount code (listed below) must be applied at time of registration to receive Early Registration Discount
May 31
Contact questions at:
Important Payment Info
Do not pay via the school's tuition page. After registering, you will receive an emailed invoice that will send your payment to the company.
The Summer Intensive will offer the following skill levels, which are organized into subcategories based on experience and ability. They have a foundation based on existing Cache Valley Civic Ballet-School levels. Please read the descriptions carefully to help select the appropriate level for your dancer. Summer Intensive staff will evaluate dancers during ballet technique classes on the first day of the Intensive. If a dancer has been registered for a level that doesn't suit the needs of their ability, they will be moved to an appropriate class level. Our priority and responsibility are to keep the dancers working safely and effectively so they can make progress, challenge themselves, and have a sense of accomplishment at the end of the program.

Placement is offered on a first-come, first-served basis. Classes will be capped when they’re at capacity. Beginning, Intermediate, Advanced, and a Mini-Intensive (for younger dancers) will be offered. If you have questions regarding placement, please consult your current ballet instructor for a recommendation or email If you are not currently a student of the Cache Valley Civic Ballet-School and aren't sure of your dancers level please contact us at:
Before May 1: $175 (use code: SI24-MB)
After May 1: $200
Monday-Thursday 9:30-11:30 a.m. (July 31-Aug 3 & Aug 7 -August 10)
"Ballet Foundations" class for beginners. Recommended for ages 8-10, with minimal ballet experience. Monday-Thursday 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Geared toward the younger dancer wanting to learn and develop a strong foundation in ballet technique. Barre and center floor will be taught, as well as various stretching and strengthening exercises. This portion of the intensive will leave your dancer feeling strong and confident while broadening their dance education. NO FRIDAY/SATURDAY CLASSES.
Before May 1: $275 (use code: SI24-MB)
After May 1: $300
*Times TBA*
*Schedule TBA*
*Schedule & Instructors will updated below as we near Intensive dates.
Cache Valley Civic Ballet–School equivalent of Level 1-2 (Beginning Technique, 1-3 years of ballet)
Before May 1: $375 (use code: SI24-IA)
After May 1: $425
*Times TBA*
*Schedule TBA*
*Schedule & Instructors will updated below as we near Intensive dates.
Cache Valley Civic Ballet–School equivalent of Level 3-4 (Intermediate Technique, Pre- Pointe, 3-6 years of ballet)
Cache Valley Civic Ballet–School equivalent of Level 5 (Intermediate Technique, Beginning Pointe)
*This level is for beginner pointe. Please register for this class if you are advancing onto Pointe for the fall semester. If you have already completed a full year of Pointe, please register for the Orange level.
Before May 1: $475 (use code: SI24-IA)
After May 1: $525
*Tamis TBA*
*Schedule TBA*
*Schedule & Instructors will updated below as we near Intensive dates.
Cache Valley Civic Ballet–School equivalent of Level 6 &7 (Advanced Technique, Intermediate Pointe)
Cache Valley Civic Ballet–School equivalent of Levels 8, 9 & 10 (Advanced Technique, Advanced Pointe)
Attention Parents & Students:
These are class start/end times. Please take into account that students should arrive 10-15 minutes early. If a student is late they will be asked to observe class.
Mini Intensive
Monday-ThursdayStart time: 9:30 a.m.
End time: 11:30 a.m.

(No Friday/Saturday Classes)
(Pink, Blue, Purple)
Monday-ThursdayStart time: 10:00 a.m.
End time: 2:30 p.m.

Friday & SaturdayStart time: 11:00 a.m.
End time: 2:30 p.m.
(Orange, Green)
Monday-ThursdayStart time: 9:00 a.m.
End time: 2:30 p.m.

Friday & SaturdayStart time: 9:30 a.m.
End time: 4:00 p.m.
(Schedules are Subject to Change)
CVCB Summer Intensive Detailed Schedule
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Member and/or his/her guardian release and discharge the Cache Valley Civic Ballet, its respective agents, affiliates, officers, directors, and employees from any and all liability, claims, demands, actions, and causes of action whatsoever arising out of or related to any loss, damage or injury, that may be sustained by the undersigned while participating in the Cache Valley Civic Ballet Company.
Dress Code
Female dancers: black leotards, pink tights, and pink ballet shoes (a black skirt is optional).

Pointe: If the dancer has not already advanced onto pointe, they are required to take any scheduled pointe/variations classes for their level in technique (flat) shoes. No student is allowed to advance onto pointe during a summer session.

Male dancers: black pants, white shirt, black socks, and black ballet shoes.

Hair: Both female and male dancers must have hair pulled neatly away from their face and off their shoulders. Dancers with longer hair should have it securely fastened in a bun with plenty of hairspray and pins to prevent any potential distractions.
Students may choose to wear what they are most comfortable in.
If you have a pair of tap shoes you can wear them, but they are not required. Regular hard-soled loafers will be fine.
Youth American Grand Prix (YAGP) is the world's largest global network of Dance. It fulfills its dance education mission through scholarship auditions, master classes, alumni services, education and outreach activities, performances, and films.

YAGP Mission statement:
To support and develop world-class dancers ages 9-19, of all economic, ethnic, and geographic backgrounds by providing scholarship auditions, performance, and education opportunities, and by serving as the global network of dance, connecting students, teachers, schools, dance companies, dancers, and audiences.

The CVCB will offer the opportunity for up to six dancers to be sponsored by the CVCB and to represent the CVCB at the 2023 YAGP Performances. These dancers will be selected by the company director and rehearsal assistants during solo auditions to be held following company auditions. These dancers should have one classical ballet variation ready to perform in leotards with their music on the same day as the CVCB auditions. Dancers interested in representing the company can sign up for this audition simultaneously as they register for the CVCB company audition on the website.
Punctuality is essential. If a student is more than 10 minutes late for class, he/she will be asked to observe the class rather than dance.

Gum chewing is not permitted in class.

Instructors should be notified if a student must leave early or will not attend a class.

Students are advised to wait for their ride inside the building and to wear street clothing over leotards and tights when coming or leaving class.

Parents are responsible for students before and after classes.

Parents and non-enrolled students are not permitted in classrooms during instruction time.
Payment is due in full upon registration. Registration for the full 10 day intensive only (no discounts will be offered for missed days). Once registered, attendance is required for all classes. No refunds will be issued after July 15.
Lunch is NOT provided, so please bring a home lunch. Parents are welcome to deliver lunch during the time provided if necessary. Please limit snacking in-between classes. If your child has a life-threatening food allergy, please let the administration know in advance. We will do our best to provide a safe atmosphere.
Your dancer is responsible for cleaning up after themselves at the end of the day. Here is a great link if you’re unfamiliar with etiquette in the dance studio.
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