At Superstars Performing Arts, our students learn skills that develop self-discipline, poise, the ability to perform in front of large audiences, pride in accomplishment and an individual style of expression!
Parents love the small classes which allow for plenty of attention for their student! Our viewing windows are always open, and parents are invited to watch each lesson, if they choose.
Instructors reinforce each child's self-image, respect for others, and teamwork while having fun! The Superstars love to shine and have many wonderful opportunities to perform including our recitals in June. We enforce tasteful, appropriate curriculum, including music and costuming and strive to showcase the full potential of each student.
Superstars Performing Arts is a Limited Liability Corporation and is dedicated to service all youth regardless of ethnicity, religion or income.
If you are interested in becoming a Superstar, please contact us - we'd love to have you join us!
why choose us?
At the Superstars, we encourage students to be active in their schools and communities to become well-rounded members of their communities. We also offer multiple levels of classes from beginner to advanced for a variety of age groups and genres with the appropriate class duration for the respective age group and level; all music classes are taught in a one-on-one setting.
In addition to our studio classes, we have award-winning competition programs for dance, baton, tumbling, hip hop, and cheer – all of which are taught by qualified and dedicated instructors. All students are provided opportunities to perform in the Christmas and Year-End recital. The competition teams have the unique opportunities to perform at competition, workshops, and - of course - recital.
As a performing arts school, our students are offered the convenience to take a variety of classes in dance, baton, tumbling, and/or music - all under one roof. Our staff members are educated professionals who choose to teach classes part-time to share the love of the performing arts with our students.