Tumbling classes are available for our toddlers! Tumbling is known to help develop cognitive skills, increase coordination, and improve strength and flexibility. Culminating with an on-stage performance at the Averritt Center, our tumbling not only helps with the key milestones for toddlers, but helps the kids gain self-confidence, too.
Ballet promotes physical strength and agility, can boost concentration, develops an understanding of music and rhythm and generates a love of movement. Whether your child is 4 or 14, she can benefit from age-appropriate ballet instruction. Ms. Helen Redding brings her instruction directly to BBCA on Tuesdays.
Learning to play the piano helps teach children how to concentrate, focus and be patient. It also helps develop speech, cognitive skills and social abilities. Melissa Tolentino offers lessons here at the school. Contact the office for more information.
Theater classes and performances build leadership skills in young people by teaching collaborative problem solving, working as a team, flexibility, resilience, communication and group decision-making.