Celebrate the Beat believes in the power of arts to help children succeed, and that our programs contribute to a healthier, higher achieving student body. CTB’s “low threshold, high ceilings” philosophy creates access to quality programs for high need populations, while increasing educational equity more broadly. This in turn raises up the whole community.
We do more than teach children to dance, we empower children through the power of dance. We believe that every child has a powerful beat within. It is our hope to help them to find it,hear it, feel it, embrace it, express it and celebrate it., so that they can be empowered by it in every aspect of their lives.
IN-SCHOOL & AFTER-SCHOOL
During the 2018–2019 school year, Celebrate The Beat will inspire over 3,500 students in grades K-10 in 25 schools located in communities throughout Colorado and Mexico. Our three to thirty week programs don’t just supplement the core school curriculum, they lead by example. Just ask any student or teacher involved. Children return to their core classes and homes more energized and focused, ready to tackle any challenge that dances their direction.
Joyful Arts Camps offer dance, music and art classes for children ages 7 and up. Designed to foster teamwork, creativity, and joy these week long camps offer daily dance class with live music, rehearsal and choreography, costume and set design. Joyful Arts Camps culminate in a free performance for friends, family and the public.
The Denver Summer Institute provides technique classes in ballet, tap, jazz and ethnic dance for our "All Star" students. This runs from Monday, June 10th - Thursday, July 18th at Kearney Middle School from 10am - 3pm Monday - Friday.
Pop Hop is a weeklong immersion culminating in a performance at the Vail Dance Festival August 2nd. This year Pop Hop will run from Monday, July 29 - Friday August 2nd at June Creek Elementary School from 9:30am - 12:30pm Monday - Thursday, 12:30 - 8pm on Friday.
Online registration is now open! Click here to complete the form online.