Classes are still available, contact us if interested!

Fall Classes has started!

Congrats Alumni!

Our studio as never been more proud to announce that many of our graduating seniors are continuing to dance in college. Starting this fall we will have a dancer on the U of M dance team, the MSU dance team, the OSU dance team, the EMU dance team, the GVSU dance team, the Aquinas dance team, the WMU dance team, and the U of T dance team. Not to mention we will have one in the OSU dance program, two in WMU dance program, two in the U of M dance program and one in the NYU dance program! We also have two girls on the Detroit Lions dance team! Our dancers are beyond amazing and we couldn't be more proud of each and every one of them, even the ones who aren't dancing in college! 

 We are entering our 34th year of dance education!

The GDP staff is dedicated to the development of all our students. We are members of Dance Masters of America, Dance Educators of America and the Ceccehetti Council of America. Our philosophy is that dance benefits all students on some level. We strive to bring out the best in students of all abilities. We provide a family friendly atmosphere with a large lobby. Our facility features quality dance rooms with special floors, mirrors, viewing windows, sound and bars. We have a circle drive for quick drop off and pick up. Our dancers gain more than just coordination and rhythm. They make life-long friends, learn that dedication and hard work pay off and nothing is out of reach.Our past students make us proud by excelling in many areas. They have become members of ballet companies, modern dance companies, professional performers, dance teachers, competition judges and gone to college on dance scholarships. Each year the graduating seniors leave a special message on walls for the young students to read. GDP offers classes for children age 3 through adult. We have small class sizes and our fees are very competitive. Come in and see our facility. GDP is the best choice for a quality dance studio!

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