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2024 Intermediate Intensive

Summer is the perfect time to further your training, sharpen your skills, and grow as an artist. The Project Ballet intermediate intensive is a serious and focused training experience for young ballet aspirants with significant previous experience.

Five weeks, enroll-by-the-week:

June 10-13 from 12:45-3:30pm

June 17-20 from 9:15am-12:00pm

July 8-11 from 12:45-3:30pm

July 15-18 from 9:15am-12:00pm

July 22-25 from 12:45-3:30pm



The Project Ballet Intermediate Intensive is a half-day camp for serious young dancers who are interested in continuing their training throughout the summer months. Dancers will improve their technique through the daily study of ballet technique, supplemented by contemporary dance classes, strength/conditioning classes, and the study of ballet history/repertory.


Project Ballet students who have been placed in Levels 2 or 3 for the 2024-2025 school year are eligible for the Intermediate Intensive. Guest dancers with an equivalent level of training would generally be 8-12 years old and accustomed to studying ballet 2-4 days per week. However, at Project Ballet, level placement is based on skill competency, rather than age, so this age range is meant as a guideline, not a restriction. Guest dancers will need to reach ou to our Artistic Director, Beth McLeish, to schedule a level placement evaluation, prior to enrolling:

Pointe Class Add-On

Dancers with previous pointe experience should elect to add-on the pointe class, which meets on Tuesdays and Thursdays for an additional half hour. (12:00-12:30pm for the morning camp sessions and 3:30-4:00pm for the afternoon camp sessions.)


The Project Ballet Intermediate Intensive is $225 per week. Currently enrolled PB dancers may use a discount code to receive $20 off their enrollment, per week, if they enroll by April 1, 2024. A minimum $50 deposit is due a registration. Payment plan options will be available at check-out.

The pointe class add-on for dancers with previous pointe experience is $30 additional per week.

Tuition is non-refundable. Tuition cannot be transferred, except in the case of documented illness or injury documented by a doctor's note. If a doctor's note is produced by 4:00pm on the Thursday prior to the Monday of the intensive week starting, then summer intensive tuition can be transferred into account credit to be used for future classes. Otherwise, tuition is forfeited. 

Summer Attendance Requirement

Project Ballet students placed in Level 2 or Level 3 for the 2024-2025 school year must attend a minimum of two weeks of the Intermediate Intensive to fulfill our summer attendance requirement. Dancers who fail to meet this requirement, due to schedule conflicts, illness, injury, etc. will be required to complete an equivalent course of one private lesson per day missed, up to a total of eight private lessons, at an additional cost.

Dress Code - Females

Any black leotard. No color accents. No tutus, skirts or shorts. Pink or skin tone tights worn under the leotard and over the feet. Pink or skin tone ballet slippers. Tights and shoes must match. Hair in a classical bun or similar style allowing free movement of the head and neck. No jewelry besides small earrings. (Dancers with previous pointe experience should also bring their pointe shoes on Tuesdays and Thursdays.)

Dress Code - Males

Plain white fitted t-shirt. Black footed tights. Black ballet shoes or white ballet shoes with white socks. Dance belt. Long hair must be secured back from the face. No jewelry besides small earrings. 

Food and Drink

Please bring a water bottle and a light non-messy snack. Students will be given a 15 minute snack break each day. 

Parent Observation

Parents are invited to observe class on Thursdays. There will be at least three classes to observe. Due to space restrictions, a maximum of two guests per dancer, per class, is permitted. Parents are permitted to take photos and videos during observation.

Enrollment is now open. Enrollment links are not available to the general public. Current students received a summer enrollment email with links. New or guest students should contact the Artistic Director ( to arrange for a level placement evaluation. Significant previous experience is required.

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