Services offered to schools:

1. A DanceSport professional teaches one or more schoolteachers how to teach dance

2. A DanceSport professional teaches a classroom of kids

3. A dance performance at your school  (usually combined with #2)

4. A dance competition between classes or between schools (like in "Mad Hot Ballroom")


Ballroom at School is currently available to Calgary Board of Education schools. We're planning to bring it to more schools in more cities soon!

DanceSport Alberta has developed a curriculum for Ballroom at School that meets the Alberta government's curriculum requirements.

Download the Ballroom at School Curriculum RESOURCE DOCUMENT

The schedule of the program is customized to the needs of your school.


Example schedule



DAY 1: Presentation to ALL kids involved in the program. Give a short speech describing what ballroom dance is, explaining how it is great for fitness but also for musicality, etc.

The same day, DSAB will arrange for an amateur couple from the dance community to come and perform for you. If you have a particular couple in mind, that’s great, just discuss that with the DSAB officer and we can arrange it.

DAY 1 – 2: Explain how the man is the leader and the woman is the follower. Explain the basic posture and frame used throughout all the dances.

DAY 2 – 8: Continue the instruction from day 1, progressively introducing the basic steps of different ballroom dances.


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I just wanted to say thank you sooooo much for coming in. Angela was amazing and the kids had such a wonderful experience. I know how difficult it is to control and teach 200 kids at a time and she did an amazing job of it. We will definitely look forward to having you in next year and will spread the word about what an enriching experience our kids had to other schools.

It was truly a pleasure to work with both you and Angela.
— Carolyn Fehr, Arbour Lake School, Calgary
It was a pleasure having you guys in! The kids really bought in and enjoyed it – as I mentioned we would be interested in getting you back next for a new style of dance for the kids to learn.
— Luke Couper, Sir Wilfrid Laurier School, Calgary