Dance

Movement and Rhythm

It is the dance department’s philosophy to offer dance opportunities to any student interested in exploring this art form. The classes are designed to answer the needs of the students who choose to participate, allowing beginners to learn and move at their own pace while the more advanced students are offered other challenges.

Dance is offered every term and is available for all grade levels. The course is a basic introduction to ballet, modern dance, and jazz. For beginning students it is an opportunity to experiment in movement, music, and creativity. For the more advanced student, there are opportunities for self improvement as well as choreography and teaching experience.


Courses

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  • Dance Technique (FA417: Grades 7-12)

    This class explores the technique associated with the main genres of studio dance: ballet, lyrical, contemporary, and jazz. It is open to both males and females, and students who take the class should be prepared to move through warm ups, across the floor combinations, and extended dance sequences. To the best of the teacher’s ability, classes will be grouped by students’ dance backgrounds and whether or not they have taken the course before. Thus, the class is open to a full range of dancers, from beginner to advanced, and the class will meet the level of each individual dancer. 

    The course can be repeated for elective credit.

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    Ms. Jennifer Tharp Hogan 92

    Dance Instructor & Company Program Director

Marist School

3790 Ashford Dunwoody Road, NE
Atlanta, GA 30319-1899
(770) 457-7201
An Independent Catholic School of the Marist Fathers and Brothers