Young Artist’s Program
Pre-Primary / Early Education program: Ages 1-4
IPAC’s early education supports the physical and cognitive development of your child, as well as fostering creativity, self-expression, and personal accomplishment. Students discover coordination, range of motion, and basic motor skills such as focus and balance, through fun, structured activities designed to introduce anatomical and social awareness. Classes, especially movement-based classes, are appropriately hands-on and take place in a nurturing, safe environment that aims to instill students with the virtues of self-discipline, teamwork, respect, and appreciation.
Primary Educational Program: Ages 5-10
IPAC’s Primary Education program continues the growth of its student’s self expression, creativity and technical ability through classes that promote practical training and lessons in theory. Classes, especially movement-based classes, are appropriately hands-on and take place in a nurturing, safe environment that aims to instill students with the virtues of self-discipline, teamwork, respect, and appreciation.
“Beurself” Youth Program: Ages 9-14
BeUrself Youth is a Hip Hop dance program that empowers and engages youth through the arts. We promote social equality and teach moral principles through mental and physical challenges. We want to help our students to become their most authentic selves and set a positive example by leading their peers to uplift one another in the community.
who’s teaching your child?
Meet your teacher
IPAC’s professional faculty members are accomplished educators in their fields. Each one expertly guides their students on an open-minded and supportive manner that adheres to IPAC’s core values of acceptance and compassion for all. We believe that the arts elevate one’s self-esteem and overall sociological perspective on community, culture and humanity.
How students are trained in the studio will directly reflect their outlook on life. Whether they dance with a professional career in mind or simply dance for the joy of movement, dance functions as a building block to instill self disciple, confidence, and an appreciation for hard work.
In order for students to acquire these tools Parents and Students must follow our standard list of Rules. These policies and procedures are a guideline so you and your child understand what is expected and required of you by IPACs program.
In the guide You will find information on:
Tuition / Enrollment Policies
Behavior & Conduct Policies
Studio and Classroom Etiquette
Where to purchase Dancewear
How to make a bun Tutorial