March 2016 Newsletter

We are definitely noticing an added spring in our students’ dance steps as the weather warms up.

February 2016 Newsletter

Dancing Through Winter Some exciting things are happening this month! Of course, we are already anticipating our May 28th performance.

January 2016 Newsletter

Welcome Back! We hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season, and that you’re ready to get back into the studio.

December 2015 Newsletter

We are excited to announce that we are coordinating a studio trip to see the Indianapolis School of Ballet’s production of the Nutcracker!

November 2015 Newsletter

Gingerbread Art Project 2015

Help us design our Gingerbread Art Project for Christmas on the Square in Danville. Our project theme is ‘The Nutcracker’. Pick up a blank form at the studio or download one here, decorate it, and return your entry to the studio or email to by November 13. Be creative! The winning design will be brought […]

Help support our new floor

Most dance floors are comprised of two components: a surface floor and a subfloor. The surface floor provides resistance or the appropriate friction for the style of dance being performed. The subfloor provides the resilience or spring to help protect the dancers’ joints and muscles from injury. Both are necessary to ensure a healthy safe […]

October 2015 Newsletter

Welcome Back! We are so glad that the 2015-2016 season is underway, and we’re excited to be back in the studio! This month, we unveiled some new waiting room updates that include a water dispenser, new furniture, and free wifi (the password is our new phone number, which can be found below!). We are also […]

The Children’s Ballet in The Hendricks County Flyer

Thank you to the Hendricks County Flyer for the article about our school. You can find the article with pictures on the Flyer’s website here.  

2015-2016 Season

The 28th season of The Children’s Ballet begins in a few weeks, promising students another year of growth and fun. As the season begins, you may see some familiar faces returning to The Children’s Ballet in new roles. Although former director Deni Jacks has retired from teaching, her educational legacy continues to guide the school. […]


We serve students of all ages from Hendricks County and surrounding areas.

We are dedicated to providing high-quality dance instruction while helping students develop self-discipline, dedication, positive self-esteem, and an appreciation for the art of dance.

We value and nurture each student’s unique gifts of talent and creativity in a safe studio environment in order to educate, enrich, and inspire.