Snellville Performing Arts and 5678 Dance at SPA is excited to announce our Spring schedule!
SPA has classes for all ages and levels as we encourage our students to not only learn skills in dance, voice, and performance, but also recognize and encourage personal, emotional, and social growth, as well. Snellville Performing Arts strives to serve the whole student and our staff members, teachers, students, and families all work together to create a supporting, engaging, and fun atmosphere.
SPA's Spring Classes run from the first week in February through the second week in May. There is no separate registration fee, costume fee, etc - all costs associated with our classes are included within each per-class fee. The total fee for each individual class for the complete semester of that class is $200, which can be paid in full at registration or can be auto-drafted monthly ($50 per month), whatever works best for your family.
Check out our offerings for Spring below and register today!
VOICE LESSONS | FOR ALL AGES
Snellville Performing Arts is thrilled to offer one-on-one private voice lessons for students of all ages. Our voice teacher and music director, Jessica Mingorance Pereira uses age/level-appropriate exercises and technique training and students have opportunities to explore a variety of musical genres. SPA's vocal focus will be on creating and maintaining healthy practices, improving technique and performance skills, and exploring a love of music and the arts. Appointments available for scheduling below.
HOMESCHOOL THEATRE | CLASS IS FULL FOR SPRING 2023
Our Homeschool Theatre program is designed for students at a wide variety of ages and skill levels. Whether you are brand new to the stage or a seasoned performer, our approach to the production process is designed to identify your student’s current strengths and help them continue to grow and develop as a unique young performer. Emphasis is placed on understanding and involvement in the entire artistic theatrical process, from understanding the historical background of the play, to collaboration on concepts for sets and costumes.
Class Dates: THIS CLASS IS FULL FOR SPRING 2023
ODYSSEY OF THE MIND | CLASS IS FULL FOR SPRING 2023
Odyssey of the Mind is an international creative problem-solving program that includes a long-term problem and spontaneous problem, both presented at leveled competitions. SPA will host two teams: Division 1 (Grades K-5) and Division 2 (Grades 6-8) both meeting simultaneously. Teams are limited to 7 members each and will be auditioned to ensure a good fit.
Class Dates: THIS CLASS IS FULL FOR SPRING 2023
SNELLVILLE PERFORMING ARTS & 5678 DANCE AT SPA POLICIES
Please thoroughly read the information below regarding tuition, registration, dress codes, safety guidelines, and more.
SPA CODE OF CONDUCT & STUDENT/PARENT CONTRACT
TUITION & REGISTRATION FEES
SPA's Spring Classes run from the first week in February through the second week in May. There is no separate registration fee, costume fee, etc; all costs associated with our classes are included within each per-class fee. The fee for each individual class for the complete semester of classes is $200. Each individual class can be paid in full or an automatic draft can be made monthly on the first of the month, whichever works best for your family (this works out to $50 per month). The tuition is the same regardless of how you choose to pay and
COVID-19 SAFETY MEASURES & REQUIREMENTS:
- Students who exhibit any symptoms of Covid-19, including cough, shortness of breath, fever, etc will not be permitted to attend classes
- Students should keep their personal items in a personal bag/backpack
STUDENT & PARENT COMMITMENT
Snellville Performing Arts’ mission is to create and maintain an inclusive arts education program that allows aspiring young performers the opportunity to engage in affordable and accessible training, outreach programs, classes, and performance opportunities. SPA encourages kindness, respect, and accountability as student performers engage in creative collaboration to explore emotions, expand their imaginations, and develop their own unique voice in all areas of the performing arts. We depend on our staff, students, and families to help us achieve these goals. In an effort to continue positive and creative growth, we ask that parents and students review and commit to the expectations below:
-Arrive on time and dressed appropriately for classes with all materials needed for your scheduled class
-Recognize that attendance is integral to developing technique and skills. Students who are chronically absent may not be able to perform in the recital
-Maintain focus while working in class to help ensure each student's growth, development, and safety
-Are respectful of other students, staff, materials, and the facility
-Should notify us if your child will not be able to attend a class
-Ensure that their students arrive on time, dressed appropriately, and with the materials necessary for class
-Should take note of all class dates and recital/performance dates (if applicable)
-Understand that classroom doors will remain closed during classes to minimize distractions, limit numbers, and to ensure that students remain focused and engaged during their scheduled class
We appreciate your attention to these items and your participation in continuing the positive "be kind; do good" community that we have created here at Snellville Performing Arts.
Due to our packed schedule, we do not offer make-up classes if students are absent for dance or theatre classes. For our voice lessons, 24 hour notice is required in order to cancel a booked voice lesson. If cancelled with at least 24 hours notice, your lesson tuition can be used for a future lesson, but cancellations made under 24 hours will result in a forfeit of the charged fee.
SPA CLASS DRESS CODE
Please note that all students should arrive dressed for class and ready to begin as soon as their class time starts.
SNELLVILLE MINIS & DANCE 101: Dancers in these classes are welcome to attend classes in leotards and black ballet or slip on jazz shoes or they can attend in comfortable athleticwear and sneakers.
MT CHOREO & ADV DANCE: Dancers in these classes should wear leggings, jazz pants, jazz shorts, or other appropriate bottoms (no jeans, khakis, or other restrictive clothing), a tank or t-shirt, and black slip on jazz shoes. Dancers may alternatively choose to wear a leotard and tights.
AFRO-HOP: Dancers in these classes should wear sweat pants or other appropriate bottoms (no jeans, khakis, or other restrictive clothing), a tank or t-shirt, and sneakers that are not worn outside.
ACTING/THEATRE & FITNESS: Performers should attend in comfortable athleticwear and sneakers.
HOMESCHOOL CLASSES: Performers should attend in comfortable athleticwear and sneakers.
SPRING CLASS DATES BY DAY
FEB 6, 13, & 27; MAR 6, 13, 20, & 27; APR 10,
17, & 24; MAY 1 & 15
FEB 7, 14, 21, & 28; MAR 7, 14, 21, & 28; APR 11, 18, & 25; MAY 2 & 16
FEB 8, 15, & 22; MAR 1, 8, 15, 22, & 29; APR 12, 19, & 26; MAY 3 & 17
FEB 9 & 23; MAR 2, 9, 16, 23, & 30; APR 13, 20, & 27; MAY 4, 11, & 18
FEB 10 & 24; MAR 3, 10, 17, 24, & 31; APR 14 & 21; MAY 5 & 19
SPRING CLASS TITLES BY DAY
Strength & Conditioning
MT Choreo Combos
Snellville Minis Dance
LET'S PLAY! PERFORMANCE: THURSDAY, MAY 18TH 6:30PM
ACT UP! PERFORMANCE: THURSDAY, MAY 18TH 7:30PM
SHAKESPEARE KIDS! MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM: FRIDAY, MAY 19TH 6:30PM
2023 SPRING SHOWCASE: SATURDAY, MAY 20TH 7PM