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Explore the Magic of Movement

Turn to Fine-Hammond Dance Studio in Excelsior Springs, Missouri if you want your child to learn dance skills from friendly and accommodating instructors. Classes are available for preschool (starting at age three) through adult-level students. Some of our classes include:

  • Ballet
  • Contemporary
  • Hip-Hop
  • Jazz
  • Lyrical
  • Pointe
  • Pom
  • Tap
  • Musical Theater

Tuition Fees

Tuition fees vary depending on the duration of the class. View the list below for more information.

45-Minute Class per Week - $65 per Month

1-Hour Class per Week - $75 per Month

90 Minute Class per Week - $105 per Month

Family Rate of Savings (With Family Discount)

Three Classes per Week - $15 Discount per month

Four Classes per Week - $40 Discount per month

Five Classes per Week - $65 Discount per month

Six Classes per Week - $90 Discount per month

Seven Classes per Week - $110 Discount per month

Eight Classes per Week - $125 Discount per month

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(Tuition Payments over $300, Please pay via cash or check!)


“SIMPLY THE BEST! We love the Christian, family-oriented atmosphere. Everyone is made to feel welcome regardless of ability or level of skill. The teachers are great and teach actual technique rather than just produce dances! Highly recommend this studio!!”

- Cindy Bartholomew (Pour Boy Oil Co., General Manager)

“Fine-Hammond is such a wonderful dance studio! My daughter is full of joy dancing for them, and the teachers are awesome. They challenge her to be her best, while also being great influences. As a mom, I couldn't ask for a better place for my child to learn and grow as a dancer!”

- Natalie McLean

My daughter has been dancing since she was 7 with Fine-Hammond. Watching her and her peers as they have transitioned into middle and high school level dancers has been an amazing journey."  -

- Jenni Creason

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