There’s a place for everyone at Princeton Ballet School (PBS).
PBS, the official school of American Repertory Ballet, is now enrolling students for the fall. Among the nation’s largest and most respected nonprofit dance schools, PBS offers classes for ages 3 and up. Classes begin Sept. 10.
“From our beautiful facilities to our experienced and nurturing faculty, classes at PBS provide dancers of every level the opportunity to grow as artists and as individuals,” school director Pamela Levy said.
“We teach age- and developmentally-appropriate ballet technique classes that allow younger students time for movement exploration while providing advanced dancers the tools to become professional dancers, if they want to be,” Levy said.
PBS offers live musical accompaniment for its early childhood and ballet classes, and believes every student deserves the opportunity to dance, regardless of financial ability. Need-based and merit scholarships are available.
For more information, visit www.arballet.org or call 609.921.7758.
Princeton Ballet School has gained a national reputation for its excellent dance training since its founding in 1954 by Audrée Estey. It currently serves more 1,000 students, starting at age 3, and includes a large open enrollment division for adults.