Professional Dance Programs

Students interested in a performing or teaching career in dance should participate in the school's professional program. 


The following outline is for students interested in either Classical Ballet or a Musical Theatre career.  To achieve the qualifying Teacher's Examination, students need to take the same program.


Many students choose to study at a professional residential dance school. For financial reasons, the uncertainty of physical heredity, or difficulties from the separation of family, this is not always possible. 


Intensive study at a general school is an alternative.

Although no guarantees can be given due to the factors of heredity, injury, work habits, & continued motivation & dedication, the school does have a history of leaving "doors' open for students entering the dance profession, as performers or in the related fields. 


The school is a registered educational institution with the government.  A student needs to commence this program no later than age 10. 

Former students have gone on to perform professionally.​

The National Ballet of Canada

The Royal Winnipeg Ballet

Les Grands Ballet, Montreal

The Alberta Ballet

Les Ballet Jazz, Montreal

The Berlin Ballet

American Ballet Theatre,

New York                                          


Age 8-9 years

2 Ballet 

1 Jazz 

1 Tap 

1 Gymnastic or

1 Endurance


* Performance Group



Age 10-12 years

3 Ballet 

1 Jazz 

1 Pointe 

1 Tap  

1 Modern

1 Hip Hop

1 Gymnastics or

1 Endurance


* Performance group


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Age 13-19 years

4 Ballet

1 Jazz

1 Pointe

1 Tap

1 Modern

1 Hip Hop

1 Gymnastic or

1 Endurance


* Performance Group


* All  Programs 

  (10 monthly payments) 


* Performance  Group

  (paid separately)

Classes are clustered to reduce days attending.


Jazz class may be substituted for one Ballet class by Musical Theatre students for the Pre-Professional and Professional Program.

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Associate Teachers Exam

We offer a two-year Teacher Training Program for those who wish to become qualified Ballet teachers, through the Society of Russian Ballet.


Our program covers pre-ballet through to & including the Professional examination level.  


Our course consists of weekly lectures with extensive printed material provided.  Applicants are required to assist student classes & teach classes under supervision.


Knowledge of student correction & technical requirement for teaching the amateur & professional students is given to prepare the participant to teach all levels of Classical Ballet.


1)  must be 18 years (& over) to take the examination

2)  must complete the Intensive Scholars Programs (Divisions 6/7) or the Professional Program from Age 10 years to 18 years at the studio

3)  successfully passed Elementary level examination of the Society of Russian Ballet

4)  must complete the two-year Teacher's Training Program at Victoria Carter London Dance Centre

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