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Dance Classes

It's never too late to benefit from dancing, and you don't have to be a prima ballerina to reap its rewards.

  • Studies have shown that people who grow up dancing are happier, less stressed and smarter.
  • Dance classes stimulate the mind and sharpen cognitive skills at every age. 
  • Dancing stimulates different brain activities at the same time, including emotional, rational, kinesthetic and musical. 

Our faculty does much more than teach-they are dedicated to inspiring dancers through music, movement and may forms of dance.  We provide an opportunity for students to not only learn terminology and technique, but also self-discipline, confidence, respect and an appreciation for dance as an art form.  Our goal is to provide inspiration and education to our students in a healthy and nurturing environment.


Group Dance Classes Fall 2018-Spring 2019







Dance Policies, Dress Codes & Handbook

For more information about our upcoming dance class!  Find answers to questions like: What should you wear?, what do if I can't make class? Also, find the printable student handbook with everything you need from closures to policies!

Dance Company Information

Richland Academy Dance Ensemble (rade) is a pre-professional training company for dancers starting at age 9.  Find information about upcoming auditions, and performances.

SCHEDULE 2018-2019

Spring 2019 Dance Schedule

It's finally here! Fall 2018 dance class schedule is now available. We have class options for students starting at age 3.  Call us with questions about Fall 2018 at 419-522-8224. 

SCHEDULE 2018-2019


Need help finding information, or have questions about registering for classes?  Call us at 419-522-8224 or stop by! 

The staff at the Richland Academy shares in your desire for all to have an exceptional experience with the arts. The best way to see if the programs currently offered at the Academy are a fit for you is to request information »

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