Andrew and Merry Kuharsky are Greenville’s best and most experienced ballet teachers
Ballet Level 5
Placement by faculty
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Greenville's premier dance school
35 years strong!
Expert ballet instructors Andrew and Merry Kuharsky have performed professionally and have over 40 years’ experience in teaching. They understand your child’s developmental needs and offer safe, age-appropriate instruction that will help your child develop self-discipline, strength, and flexibility.
The Greenville Ballet Advantage
Safe & tested
Your child’s safety is important to us. Because of our expert faculty, we know best how to keep your child safe. We understand what is best for each child of every age.
8,000 sq ft facilty
4 spacious studios plus generous lobbies for waiting and watching classes, dressing rooms, rest rooms, a work-out area, free WiFi and more.
After more than a year of unusual schedules, procedures, and performances, our 2021-2022 school year will be “back to normal.” See link below for current COVID-19 policies.
All classes are taught by experienced arts professionals
Our instructors have many years’ experience on stage and in the studio and can pass along what they have learned from many dance professionals.
They are parents and professional educators and are used to working with children and balancing love and discipline to get excellent results.
Learn more about the benefits of dance
Why join Greenville Ballet School?
At the Greenville Ballet School we pass on the tradition of ballet, a classical art form that has been practiced for over 200 years. It emphasizes, beauty, grace, and line and develops physical strength, flexibility, and coordination, as well as artistic self-expression.
The benefits of ballet have been shown in a 2012 study commissioned by the National Endowment for the Arts that found significant connections between high involvement in arts learning and general academic success, including lower dropout rates.
Why Choose Ballet?
Ballet is the foundation of most other kinds of dance, and we encourage our students to start out with the “A-B-C’s” of dance that ballet provides. However, once they know the basics, we encourage our students to explore other dance forms.