About the School of Ballet
Since its formation in 1976 by Beth Lampton, the proper instruction of classical ballet has been the goal of the Creative Arts School of Ballet. To achieve this goal, the Creative Arts School of Ballet employs only teachers who have been trained in the fundamentals of classical ballet.
While we don’t think of ballet as a sport, the physical demands on the body are very strenuous. The developing torso, legs, feet and arms must be trained carefully and slowly to avoid injury. Ballet develops physical coordination and strength. It instills a healthy self-esteem, confidence, grace and poise which become lifelong attributes.
The School of Ballet offers classes in Creative Movement, Beginning through Advanced Ballet, Pointe, and Modern. Classes run from September through May with a culminating performance for students enrolled in Kinderdance through Advanced Ballet.