Virtual Ballet & Etiquette For Your School

Is your school serving the children of essential workers?

Did your community enjoy extra-curricular classes that aren’t available after shelter-in-place?

Could you use a little extra delight in your new normal?

Our VIRTUAL LESSONS are perfect for preschool through fourth grade classes.

This enrichment program is Exclusive, High-Quality and No-Contact.

Enjoy all of the delight and none of the risks.

All you need is an internet connection and a screen big enough for your group to see the virtual class and their live teacher, Miss Sara. Hello!

The Academy’s curriculum revolves around the stories of the great ballets: we teach basic ballet skills and muscle awareness as a foundation for social grace and self-awareness. The children learn ballet steps and skills to the music of great ballets and practice the names of the composers.

Classes are 30-40 minutes each week and are billed at $200 a month (avg $50 per class)

Available Classes (in Pacific time)

Tuesdays 1pm

Wednesdays 12:30pm, 1:30pm and 2:30pm

Thursdays 11:30am, 12:30pm and 1:30pm

Fridays 12:30pm

“Finding good quality outside programs to come into our schools can be very difficult.  Ms. Sara has a wonderful program that engages each child in a way they learn the fundamentals of dance as well as classic ballet stories.”

Ms. Colleen Noll, Founder and CEO The Montessori School of Silicon Valley

Meet Miss Sara

Sara Vizcarrondo brings ballet and etiquette lessons in person to preschools around Silicon Valley and to the world via online lessons. She was trained in Vaganova ballet from a young age and danced with the Solano Civic Ballet until college, finishing as Snow Queen in the Nutcracker and soloist in Giselle. She is certified to teach etiquette by the American School of Protocol, and certified to teach Adaptive Dance by Boston Ballet School.

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