The Lexington Ballet offers the following programs during the summer for Creative Movement, Pre-Ballet, Elementary, Intermediate/Advanced and Adult Students. Our Summer Intensives offer top-notch, professional training in the heart of Lexington!  Register for one or more sessions in June and July.


May Bridge Classes

1.5 hour  Intermediate/Advanced technique class for Levels 4 and up. New students can be evaluated for placement in this class. This class is designed to keep  dancers in shape between programs.

June Intermediate & Advanced Intensive

6.5 hour intermediate/advance intensive. Classes include Technique, Pointe, Variations, Contemporary, Pilates and Repertoire.
Students may register for one or more weeks for this program in the month of June.

Sample Schedule

Technique 10:00-12:00
Pointe/Variations 12:15-1:15
Lunch 1:15-2:00
Contemporary or Pilates/Conditioning 2:00-3:00
Repertoire 3:00-4:30
Boys Class 1:00-2:00

July Intermediate & Advanced Master Class

2 hour class focusing on developing and strengthening artistry and technique. Pointe and Variations are part of this master class.

Students may register for one or more weeks of these classes offered in July.

Links to Register for Advanced & Intermediate Summer Classes


June Summer Intensive

3 hour elementary program including stretch/conditioning, ballet technique and repertoire. Students may register for one or more weeks for this program in the month of June.

Sample Schedule

Conditioning 10:00-10:30
Ballet Technique 10:30-12:00
Stretch 12:00-12:15
Choreography 12:15-1:00

Links to Register for Junior Summer Classes


The focus for Creative Movement is finding joy in moving. We will explore different movements and musicality to enhance the natural development of each child’s locomotor skills and strength. We will use children’s literature, games, props, and imaginative ideas for total body movements and mind engagements.

The emphasis in Pre-Ballet is on rhythm, dynamic, and placement. Students will explore spatial awareness, correct alignment, teamwork, and focus while having fun. They will learn formalized steps and classroom etiquette which prepares them for the next level and beyond for more serious ballet training.


Session 1 – Saturdays, June 4-25
Session 2 – Saturdays, July 9-30

Links to Register for Creative Movement and Pre-ballet Summer Classes


A week long Intensive that has been featured in Pointe Magazine for all skills and levels.
The Intensive include Pilates, Ballet technique, Stretch/Conditioning and Repertoire.


Conditioning/Pilates 5:00-6:00
Technique 6:15-7:45
Repertoire 8:00-9:00

Links to Register for Adult Summer Intensive


Can I enroll even though I attend another ballet school? 

Yes, we encourage new students to experience our program! Many students from other schools attend our program to focus on improving their ballet skills.

Do I need to audition to attend?

A placement level for new students may be required.  Please email nancy@lexingtonballet.org to schedule. 

Should I bring lunch or are there options to eat out?

Full day students should bring a lunch and water bottle. For older students there are close by places to go for lunch such as Goodfellas Pizza, Jimmy Johns and Vinaigrette Salad Kitchen. Junior students should bring a snack and a water bottle.  

What if I miss a day, can I get a refund?

No refunds are given for missed days unless approved by the School Director.

Can I take one week only?

Yes, our program has registration on a per week basis.  

What do I wear?

Any solid color leotard, pink tights, ballet slippers and pointe shoes if on pointe.  For the parent demonstration day on each Friday, students should wear pink tights/shoes and a black leotard.

What else should I bring to be prepared for classes?

All students should bring a towel or yoga mat, thera-band, snack, and water bottle.  Please arrive with dance clothes on under street clothes.  Always wear a cover up when entering and exiting the building.

Will I receive an email before my program begins?

Yes, all students registered will receive an email with reminders a week prior to their program.

How does drop off and pick up work?

June and July Intensive students may be dropped off and picked up at the front door.  Younger students (Junior Intensive) will walk down together from the second floor with a Lexington Ballet staff member for pick up.

For Saturday Creative Movement and Pre-Ballet, students should be walked to the studio on the second floor and picked up from the studio on the second floor. Parents may stay in the waiting area during class.

Where can I park?

There are meters on Church Street or paid parking lots on both sides of Artsplace.  Lexington Ballet is not responsible for parking tickets.

Masking for class:

TBD as the time for program gets closer.