Summer Slam Dance Camps
SNOW CANYON JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL – ST. GEORGE, UTAH
August 6-8, 2020
3 day intensive dance camp taught by instructors who have taught and competed world-wide.
- Hip Hop
- Acro/Partner Lifs
- Technique classes for turns, leaps, and jumps
- Rhythm, loco-motor skills, ballet, and tiny tumbling for minis
- Teacher master classes
Registration forms can be printed and filled out. Forms can then either be scanned and emailed to email@example.com, faxed to (801) 256-9639, or mailed to 8314 S. Hill Haven Lane, Sandy, UT 84093.
Registering individually? Click below
Registering multiple dancers or a team? Click below
If you will be using credits from our 2020 competitions, please contact Robyn@danceamericausa.com to arrange registration.
Day 1 – 1:30pm – 9:45pm
Day 2 – 8:30am – 5:00pm
Day 3 – 8:30am – 2:00pm
Day 3 SHOWTIME – 2:00pm – 3:15pm
Why Summer Slam Dance Camps?
We give personal attention to every dancer. Our highly trained staff gets to know every “camper”, providing the best dance instruction with personal touch.
Attending our dance camps is a versatile and beneficial alternative to attending a single master class at a studio, where the teacher/choreographer teaches one or two dances and/or combinations. Summer Slam provides a variety of styles to all ability levels; enabling each dancer to improve on the style in which they are strongest, while keeping the dancer well-rounded in many other styles of dance and technique.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q: Can I register individually or do I have to come with my studio?
A: Yes! You can register individually! Whether you’re with a group or by yourself we welcome any dancer wanting to better their talents!
Q: Can parents stay and watch?
A: If parents would like to stay during the day and watch classes, they will need to purchase a $25.00 spectator pass. HOWEVER, at the end of the third day there is a SHOWCASE that is free for anyone to come watch!
Q: What sort of attire should I wear?
A: Comfortable clothing that doesn’t restrict body movement is suggested. Some dancers like to bring a couple different types of shoes, but it’s not required.