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Whether you're a student that is inspired to dance professionally or simply interested in having fun while learning and developing a new skill with friends, King's Dance Academy has the classes for you.

JAZZ (Pre-Prep - Year 12)

The term “jazz” incorporates a broad range of dance styles. Jazz dance develops in parallel to popular music, with jazz being the physical embodiment of popular music of a given time.  It therefore continues to evolve and remain popular across the world and across age groups.


There is a strong emphasis on technique, strength, clean lines and personality. 


Examples: Broadway to Music Videos to So You Think You Can Dance.

BALLET (Pre-Prep - Year 12)

Ballet is the foundation from which nearly all dance styles have developed. For this reason, we encourage all students to participate in a weekly ballet class to use as a technical foundation to assist other dance styles.


Ballet Classes involve barre, centre and corner work. Ballet Classes will help improve posture, muscle tone, flexibility, core strength, musicality and artistic expression.


HIP HOP (Prep - 12)

Hip-hop dance refers to street dance styles primarily performed to hip-hop music or that have evolved as part of hip-hop culture. It includes a wide range of styles primarily breaking, locking, and popping


What distinguishes hip-hop from other forms of dance is that it is often "freestyle" (improvisational) in nature and hip-hop dance crews often engage in freestyle dance battle. Think irresistible rhythms and eye-catching steps that break many of the conventions of classical dance.

CONTEMPORARY (Year 7 - 12)

Contemporary dance is a style of expressive dance that combines elements of several dance genres including modern, jazz, lyrical and classical ballet. Contemporary dancers strive to connect the mind and the body through fluid dance movements. Contemporary dance stresses versatility and improvisation, unlike the strict, structured nature of ballet. Contemporary dancers focus on floorwork, using gravity to pull them down to the floor. This dance genre is often done in bare feet. Contemporary dance can be performed to many different styles of music.


We draw upon pioneers like Martha Graham, Alvin Ailey and Lester Horton. 

TAP DANCE (Year 1 - 12)

Tap dance is a form of dance characterised by using the sounds of tap shoes striking the floor as a form of percussion. There is a versatility in this dance style. Early tapper, like Fred Astaire provided a more ballroom look to tap dancing, while Gene Kelly introduced ballet elements and style into tap. As the style evolved it take a broadway approach before introducing, street tap. Imagine Hip Hop and Tap got fused together.


Examples: Happy Feet, Anything Goes, 42nd Street.

DANCE (Pre-Prep - Prep)

Dance classes for Pre-prep and Prep fuses the foundations of Ballet technique with the up-beat expressive movements of Jazz.


The focus is on laying the foundation of movement, co-ordination, basic technique while having loads and loads of fun. 

ELITE (By Audition / Invitation)

The Elite Performance group is a small team of advanced dancers who wish to be challenged and access more performance opportunities within the jazz genre. Students in this group are hard-working, skilful and eager students who are attended King’s Dance Academy and taking at least 2 disciplines of dance weekly. 

HIP HOP CREW (By Audition / Invitation)

The Hip-hop crew is a troupe of advanced Hip-hop dancers who wish to be challenged and have access to more performance opportunities. This is a competition focused class for skilful, passionate and dedicated students that love sweating it out to street music.


(All dates are subject to change. Correct as of 01/01/2019)




Monday 4th February - Saturday 6th April



Tuesday 23rd April - Saturday 22nd June



Tuesday 16th July - Saturday 21st September



Tuesday 8th October - Saturday 30th November

Public Holidays

For classes that fall on a public holiday, students are entitled to a catch-up class where they can attend another class in any style in their age bracket.

Pupil Free Days

Classes run as regular on pupil free day.


  • Easter Arts Rehearsal (Lyrical / Contemporary Students) - Monday 1st or Tuesday 2nd April

  • Easter Arts Performance (Lyrical / Contemporary Students) -Tuesday 2nd or Wednesday 3rd April​ 

  • Pimpama Autumn Holiday Dance Workshop - Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday 15th - 17th April

  • Reedy Creek Autumn Holiday Dance Workshop- Thursday, Friday, Saturday 18th-20th April​

  • Carnival Day Reedy Creek Rehearsals (Jazz & Hip Hop Students) - Saturday 20th July

  • Carnival Day Reedy Creek Performance (Jazz & Hip Hop Students) - Saturday 27th July​

  • Spring Fair Pimpama Rehearsal (Jazz & Hip Hop Students) - Saturday 31st August

  • Spring Fair Pimpama Performance (Jazz & Hip Hop Students) - Saturday 7th September

  • Dance Concert Rehearsal (All ballet Students) - Thursday 5th September (Pupil Free Day)

  • Dance Concert Rehearsals & Photo Day (All students except ballet) - Monday 7th October

  • Dance Concert Rehearsal & Performance (ALL) - Saturday 16th November

2019 FEES

Class fees are per term and are to be paid before the respective term begins.



60 Minute Class = $150/ Term

45 Minute Class = $120/ Term

30 Minute Class = $90/ Term

PRE-PREP 45 minutes = $100/ Term

Saturday Combo 75 min Class = $150/ Term

Multi-Class Discount 

We offer a Multi-class discount so that a dancer is able to take part in multiple styles of dance in a cost-effective way. For the second class, and every class following, we offer a 30% discount off that class.


The subsequent classes would be reduced to: 

60 Minute Class = $105
45 Minute Class = $84
*This discount is applied to the lesser value class. 

Public Holidays

For classes that fall on a public holiday, students are entitled to a catch-up class where they can attend another class in any style in their age bracket.


(Not included in Multi-Class Discount)

Hip Hop Crew = $110/ Term
Reedy Creek Elite Program (3hrs each Saturday) = $30/ Week

Pimpama Elite Program (3hrs each Thursday) = $30/ Week


Wishing to enter eisteddfods, competitions, exams or for one on one tuition?


Please enquire for availability and prices.​


We understand that purchasing costumes every year can be a financial strain, therefore, we strive to keep prices to a minimum. In most cases it is a $20 - $50 hire cost for all jazz, tap, ballet or lyrical costumes and a $30 - $60 purchase cost for all hip hop outfits. These costs are added to your quarterly invoices. 

Most classes will have 1-2 events that require a costume for the year. Costumes will never be compromising, suggestive, revealing or look “too-old” for them. 

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