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Ages 10–18


Vitacca Vocational School for Dance, Woodlands School Training Program is a structured training opportunity for intermediate and advanced dancers ages 10-18. This program prepares the dancer for the Vitacca Pre-Professional Program and/or offers a focused environment for study. With attention on technique, the dancer refines the core fundamentals and undergoes evaluation for future growth and advancement.

Training Includes

  • Ballet

  • Modern

  • Contemporary

  • Conditioning classes


All Vitacca Dancers are encouraged to train three weeks over the summer at either Vitacca Dance Woodlands and/or Vitacca Dance Montrose. Dancers who wish to audition for the 2020 Vitacca Dance Nutcracker production must train at least three weeks. Dancers levels Intermediate B and higher that train less than two weeks at Vitacca will be reevaluated for 2020-2021 division placement.

Learn more about our SUMMER TRAINING OPTIONS 


Students ages 10 and up are placed by knowledge, ability and potential. A complimentary placement class is required for all new students. To schedule a placement class, please email WoodlandsAdmin@VitaccaDance.com or call 281.367.7185.


Division training costs (tuition) is based on a 36-week season and divided into ten payments from August through May. Month to month registration is not allowed. 

All tuition and fees are non-refundable.

Class Schedule

Extended Training Opportunities:

Theater Program

Ages 11+ | Registration Open

Vitacca School for Dance Woodlands offers extended training in Tap, Jazz and Theater. Dancers will be immersed in the disciplines and styles of the great American Musical Theater era, with an emphasis on classical jazz technique and repertoire. Each term will culminate in an in-studio Broadway Review, where dancers will perform fully staged and costumed numbers from iconic musicals. Dancers are required to attend weekly technique classes in addition to training in the Theater Program.

Class Attire

All dancers are responsible for wearing the correct dress code for their class level. If the dancer does not have the correct attire, the student may be asked to watch the class. For a list of required attire, please click below.


All students in Ballet classes must have their hair up in a bun. Bangs and long ends need to be pulled neatly back and secured with pins. A mist of hairspray should be used to keep loose ends out of the face and off the neck. Dancers with short hair (above the neck) need to secure the hair off the face and neck (bun is not necessary for very short hair).


For the student's own safety there will be no jewelry or glasses worn in class.