597 Shiloh Pike, Suite 6, Bridgeton, NJ 08302 (856) 451-2233   
   16 School Lane, PO Box 32, Alloway, NJ 08001 (856) 878-0111   

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597 Shiloh Pike
Suite 6

Bridgeton, NJ 08302
(856) 451-2233

16 School Lane
PO Box 32
Alloway, NJ 08001
(856) 878-0111

2014-2015 Calendar


Our studios serve:
From Cumberland County
the Greater Bridgeton area 
and surrounding townships (Hopewell, Upper Deerfield, Deerfield, Greenwich, 
Stow Creek, Downe, Lawrence,
and the Borough of Shiloh). 


From Salem County, Alloway,
Salem City, Quinton,
Mannington, Woodstown, 
Lower Alloway Creek, Elmer,
Aldine, Pilesgrove, and
Pennsville.

 

 

 

 

 


 

All That Dance Studio is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation in the State of New Jersey.  Dedicated to providing an exceptional dance educational program in all genres for children, pre-professionals, professionals, and adults from diverse backgrounds with and without disabilities, we offer dance classes based on age and ability.  Our teachers understand that children attend dance for different reasons and that each child is different. They approach each dancer to discover dance and to appreciate the art of dance in a nurturing environment without any prejudices regarding size, race, gender, or beliefs. A graded syllabus, designed to meet the needs of every dancer, is incorporated at each level.

 

 


 

We Believe
Enriching the lives of our students to become lifelong learners, our program is designed to develop each child holistically.

Dance will:

  • strengthen cognitive thinking skills, motor skills, and social skills
  • build self esteem and confidence
  • stimulate creativity
  • promote aesthetic awareness
  • provide physical fitness

Research shows that an arts education program can help children achieve at higher levels (Champions of Change-The Impact of the Arts on Learning)