*IMPORTANT* James School of Dance Studios are CLOSED until further notice.

 The COVID-19 situation is very fluid and fast moving and your health and safety is our top priority. 

 

During this unprecedented hiatus, we will be using our digital resources to keep the JSDA community together and dancing. Starting Monday, March 23rd, we will be using Zoom (a video conferencing service) for all of our online classes. JSDA Families, please check your email regularly for more information and updates. 

 

James School of Dance Arts

For over 61 years, JSDA has provided professional dance training, while cultivating an environment that inspires artistry, excellence, creativity, and self-discipline. We believe dance is for everyone, no matter your goals, and we provide training to accommodate all ages, stages, and styles!

“Teaching the Art of Dance for Generations…”

The James School of Dance Arts

For over 60 years, JSDA has provided professional dance training, while cultivating an environment that inspires artistry, excellence, creativity, and self-discipline. We believe dance is for everyone, no matter your goals, and we provide training to accommodate all ages, stages, and styles!

Begin your dance experience today!

We are happy to provide multiple dance styles taught at our school, including Ballet, Jazz, Hip-Hop, Acro-Dance, Modern, Lyrical, Tap, and more!

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James School of Dance Art Studio

James School of Dance Art Studio