"I tell everyone I meet who has a young daughter how fabulous your school is.
-Kelly, dance parent
The best feeling in the world is being on stage for the first time!
-Jeni, former dance student
and Kim are...] such amazing people, I couldn't be more
happy with my daughters progress! She is making new
friends & loves it
-Angela, dance parent
Registration for our
Season NOW OPEN!
Register online to reserve your spot
View our promo videos to see why your
should be dancing at Farmington School of Dance!
Farmington School of Dance?
Dance is a fun learning activity and at FSD, even our youngest
students start learning terminology and the basic core
steps of dance from experienced, adult teachers. We know children are like
sponges and while we don't expect our youngest
students to execute the steps perfectly, we do want
them to have a fundamental understanding of dance
still letting them be children!
parents appreciate our age appropriate classes,
music, choreography and costumes as well as our
budget conscience payment plans.
And our class sizes are large enough to let the
students have fun but small enough to allow
individual attention and not let your child get lost
in the back row. We would love to have you
come try our classes! You can register online TODAY
request more information to
find out for yourself why your child should be
dancing at Farmington School of Dance!
Did you know?
Dance training promotes good posture and graceful movement.
Dance students learn more than manipulating their muscles...they
also learn about rhythm and counting music, listening skills, dedication, determination, patience and commitment.
Dancers develop essential social skills through interaction with other students.
Because they learn to be aware of themselves, dancers develop a
strong sense of self esteem.
Dance students learn to discipline both mind and body.
Dancers, like basketball players, have better peripheral vision.
A student of dance
learns to play sports more easily. (That is why many professional football
players take ballet lessons, and many colleges
offer ballet to their sports players.)