We manage our dance studio on three principles:

Dedication – We are dedicated to ensuring that we maintain the highest standards in dance education.
Commitment – We are committed to only employing dance professionals who are leaders in their field.
Equipment – We are equipped with 5 state-of-the-art studios in a nurturing and fun-loving environment.


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Class Descriptions



Ballet training is essential as the foundation for all other forms of dance, building strength, grace, discipline, and poise. Pointe is an advanced form of ballet using specialized footwear that should be taken only by recommendations of the instructor.



Tap is a technique that is excellent for development of coordination and rhythmic strengths. Many musical theatre productions utilize skills learned in these fun-filled classes.



Jazz is an American stylized dance frequently utilized in television, movies, and concert dance. In contrast to Ballet, Jazz is performed parallel, not turned out, and shows athleticism, confidence, and a little sass!



Our mixed-level Vinyasa style class is great for beginners to advanced practitioners of all ages. Dancers benefit from the conditioning, stretching and increased mindfulness and body awareness.


Contemporary and lyrical

Contemporary and lyrical combine classical ballet technique with jazz to form an expressive, fluid dance style, drawing on both modern and postmodern dance as a source of inspiration. Lyrical is more demonstrative and deliberately follows the lyrics of a song, although in technique it is otherwise twin to contemporary.



Development of precision drill movements combined with elements of jazz technique. These classes prepare students for high school drill teams, fostering skills needed to perform in unison with an ensemble of dancers.


Combination Classes

Combination classes are excellent for younger dancers with a shorter attention span since they can enjoy two styles in one class. For dancers ages 8 and under, we combine ballet with tap, jazz, hip hop, or basic tumbling (to promote body awareness and creative movement).


Hip Hop

Hip-hop is a structured form of street dance and funk. Aerobic endurance is a strong component for this style. Example: MTV and music videos.


Musical Theatre

Musical Theatre is designed to develop comprehensive musical theatre skills including theatre dance, partnering, acting, character development and chorus singing. This class is an excellent opportunity for students preparing for school or community theatre auditions, as well as developing confidence and stage presence.

Schedules and Registration


Click Here to begin REGISTRATION and view our 2019-2020 Schedule from your parent portal. This interactive version shows which classes are full (red text) and which still have space (green text). Fall classes begin the week of August 19.

Click Here to view a pdf of our 2019-2020 schedule.

Trial classes are available for free to students looking at a new class. Please contact the office to arrange a trial class at 214-739-1737 or prestoncenterdance@att.net.

Tuition and Policies


Conduct In The Lobby

  • If your child or their sibling is 6 years of age or younger, please have them sit with an adult in the lobby until their class begins. Running, loud voices and disorderly conduct will not be tolerated. Noise can be heard within our studios and affects our students in class.

  • Do not stand or jump from our benches, windowsills, or ottoman.

  • No tumbling of any kind in the lobby. This includes handstands, cartwheels, and somersaults.

  • Keep all bags clear of the center of the lobby and away from doors to alleviate lobby crowding.  There are shelves provided for all belongings.

  • Please sit on the benches or close to the walls to leave the middle area of the lobby clear for passage.

  • Throw all trash, food, etc., out before leaving the lobby area.


No classes will be held the following days:
Labor Day – Monday, September 2, 2019
Halloween – Thursday, October 31, 2019 – PCD will close at 5:00pm. All classes prior will be held.
Thanksgiving – November 27 through December 1, 2019
Winter Break – December 16, 2019 through January 5, 2020
Spring Break – March 16 through 22, 2020

Please note that Labor Day is our ONLY Monday Holiday. Classes will meet on Columbus Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, etc.

Click here for our full 2019-2020 Calendar