Foothills Dance Conservatory(FDC) founded in 1997 is the first premier pre-professional dance school in Oconee County, whose exceptional ballet, jazz, and contemporary dance training is recognized throughout the professional dance community as being one of the best training facilities in South Carolina. Whether Students attend “just for fun” or for a possible future dance career, all deserve correct training. The school was founded with a most ambitious objective in mind…to offer time-honored traditional dance instruction in a variety of subjects in a nurturing environment with teaching excellence normally found in big cities. Our professional faculity carry with them the professionalism they learned training with some of the best national and international teachers in the world. Students from many locations travel to Seneca to take advantage of the opportunities offered at FDC. We offer high quality instruction with the most reasonable tuition rates in the nation. FDC has beautiful spacious state-of-the-art studios with high ceilings. All three spaces have injury preventative wood sprung flooring with a slip resistant Marley overlay in the two main spaces. FDC offers an exceptional building and correct training for all students. A parent observation room allows parents to observe and experience the difference in training between our professional dance school and commercial dance studios.
All advanced students will attend Monday Jazz and Ballet, Tuesday Ballet and Modern, Thursday Ballet and Repertoire (when scheduled) and Saturday Ballet followed by Repertoire (when scheduled). To stay competitive nationally and maintain a strong foundation at FDC advanced students will need to abide by this regulation. All prearranged absences must be emailed to email@example.com three days prior to the absence. Former advanced students who cannot commit to this program are invited to attend any intermediate level or adult ballet classes. Thank you in advance for understanding the need to enforce rules that will be positive growth for the advanced student.