Princeton Ballet School celebrates 65 years of excellence in dance education


Founded in 1954 by Audrée Estey, Princeton Ballet School is entering its 65th year of excellence in dance education.

Known for nurturing developing dancers in a safe and progressive way, Princeton Ballet School is recognized as one of the nation’s finest nonprofit dance schools.

Its philosophy, outstanding faculty, affiliation with a professional ballet company (American Repertory Ballet), dedication to live music in the classroom and state-of-the-art facilities – these are just some of the features that distinguish Princeton Ballet School from other dance schools.


Princeton Ballet School nurtures the student in an age and developmentally appropriate way, enabling students to grow in a supportive environment.

The school teaches age and developmentally appropriate ballet technique classes that allow younger students more time for movement exploration while providing advanced students with the tools to become professional dancers, if they so choose. As a result, students develop self-esteem, self-discipline, and a strong fitness level that will provide a powerful edge in any future endeavor.


Boys, girls and adults can enroll now for the fall session. Classes begin Sept. 9 in its three studios: Cranbury, Princeton and the new New Brunswick Performing Arts Center.

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