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Supernova Dance Company’s Competition Team is an intensive program designed for serious dancers. Students on the team are required to take a minimum number of classes per week and are expected to attend all assigned competitions and conventions. Company students are held to a high standard when it comes to work ethic, attitude, attendance, and technical ability. Dance experience is required for dancers 9 and older. 

If your dancer is interested auditioning for our team, or if you need more details about the program, please email us at

 Competitive vs Recreational Dance

The main difference between our open level classes and our competitive company is the time commitment. In order to be in Company, students must first audition and be accepted to join the team. There are minimum class requirements, and there is a significant weekend commitment. Within our recreational program, students are flexible in the classes they take. We strongly recommend everyone take ballet because it is the foundation of most dance disciplines, however it is not required for recreational students.

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Special Needs Competition Team

Special Needs Dance Team

Supernova Dance Company is proud and honored to be the first dance studio in the area to host a special needs dance team! Under the direction of coach Nicole Dover, this inclusive team experience is for dancers ages 8 and up. The Special Needs dance program at Supernova is designed for individuals with physical or developmental disabilities such as autism spectrum disorder (ASD), cerebral palsy, down syndrome, and other developmental delays. Dancers will have the opportunity to explore creative movement and dance concepts in a safe and structured environment. At Supernova, we believe dance is a universal language that everyone can enjoy.


If you or a loved one is interested in more information about our special needs dance program, please contact Coach Nicole at

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