The Dance Theatre of Harlem School (DTHS)
is a professional studio school with a primary focus on developing well-rounded individuals who are capable of thriving in the competitive field of classical ballet or in the profession of their choice.
a starter program for children ages 3-8
for students interested in a basic understanding of the rudiments of classical ballet and allied disciplines
a pre-professional training program for students between the ages of 8-18 years of age.
a three-year program designed for advanced-level aspiring professional dancers.
for adults, toddlers and families. Ballet, African, Hip-Hop, Dance with Me and more
Merit scholarships and need-based tuition assistance is available
The following additional services are offered:
On-site Physical Therapy
On-site LibraryOn-site Dance Boutique
WorkshopsMaster Classes & LecturesCareer counseling
Supplemental education tours, concerts, theater
The DTH School is accredited by the National Association of Schools of Dance and is listed as an institution of higher learning by the U.S. Department of Education. The DTH School is authorized to accept foreign students by the U.S. Department of State, Homeland Security.
Student ServicesThe Dance Theatre of Harlem School offers the following additional services to students:
- On-site Physical Therapy
- On-site Library
- On-site Dance Boutique
- Master Classes & Lectures
- Career counseling
- Supplemental education tours, concerts, theater
Adelheid Beatrix Strelick, Allison Deleget, Rejane Duarte, Michael Forde, Robert Garland, Kevin Guy, Andrea Long, Michelle Lucci, Kenya Massey-Rodriguez, Ronald Perry, Imani Faye, Darryl Quinton, Lisa-Jo Sagolla, Frank Sellitto, Rachel Sekyi, Augustus Van Heerden, Nikki Wilson-Hefko.
Svetlana Litvinoff, Michael Nosal, Paul Novosel, Lauren Shapiro
Dance Theatre of Harlem
Arthur Mitchell & Karel Shook, Founders
Virginia Johnson, Artistic Director Laveen Naidu, Executive Director
Endalyn Taylor, School Director
Ruben Ortiz, Business Affairs Officer
Nethia Heyward, Student Affairs Officer
Everett Center for the Performing Arts
466 West 152nd Street
New York, NY 10031-1814