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Ballet Academy


Levels 2 - 7

Children ages 8-18 enter the Student Division by audition. If accepted, the student is placed in one of curriculum levels. Students learn progressive levels of ballet technique following the school syllabus for each age-appropriate level. Classical classes are taught using principles from French, American, and Russian technique and styles. Taught by classically trained instructors, students are instructed in classroom etiquette, attire, vocabulary, wellness, injury prevention, nutrition, ballet history, career paths, and ballet conditioning to fully round out the dancer.


Yearly advancement is based on faculty evaluations of the individual student’s technical ability, physical aptitude, strength, classroom effort and attendance.

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Ana Logozar


Ana Logozar was born in Calgary, Alberta Canada and began dancing at 3 years old. She is trained in many styles of dance including: Jazz, Lyrical, Contemporary, and Ballet. She has trained with Alberta Ballet, Nashville Ballet, CBT, and Nashville Classical Ballet Academy. Ana trained with NCBA for 2 years under their professional training program. Her experience with NCBA gave her the opportunity to compete at Youth America Grand Prix four times in Denver, Orlando, and Indianapolis. Ana has had the exciting opportunity to work with several professionals in the dance industry such as Luba Gulyaeva from Vagonava Ballet Academy, Karin Averty with the Paris Opera Ballet, Sebastian Vinet from San Fransisco Ballet, and Ruben Martin with English National Ballet. Ana has performed several variations and has been a part of many beautiful productions of the Nutcracker with several different schools. Ana is passionate about sharing the beauty of ballet with her students and helping them grow as dancers to achieve their dreams. 

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