The White Marsh Rec. Dance Program's Summer Session is a 7-8 week mini session that occurs during the summer. While the Summer Session does not include a recital, families are invited to observe during the last class of the session. Students who participate in the Summer Session are grouped by age, but some classes may include a greater span of ages than other. Additionally, all students attend one evening class per week (weekend classes are not offered), and the length of the class depends on the styles of dance being taken. For the Summer Session, all classes meet in the dance room at the Honeygo Run Regional Center (see the Locations page for more information).
Styles of Dance
The following dance styles are offered during the Recital Session:
Each dance style meets for 30 minutes. Certain age and/or experience requirements must be met to participate in each style of dance (see the Policies page for more information).
Students who participate in White Marsh Rec. Dance Program's Summer Session receive instruction appropriate to their age and ability level. However, for most age groups, the structure of the class is relatively similar.
The Summer Session ends with an observation night for each individual class, . During observation night, family and friends are invited to observe the last class of the session. Visitors see exactly what occurs during the class, as the instructors move through the class routines as usual, and students will perform a short dance for each style of dance studied.