Spruce Family

We look forward to seeing all the new students and all of our returning students for classes from Tuesday 7th February 2017. We hope every one had a wonderful Christmas and a very Safe & Happy New Year, and remember:
"To Dance Is To Live"

Registration day

Registration day will be held on Saturday the 4th February 2017 from 9.00am - 11.00am. Hoping again for a very good response on the day with many new students and parents attending the day Miss Sue and all of the teachers are looking forward to a successful year of dance tuition, a lot of hard work and fun as we move towards exams and the 50th Annual Concert.

Spruce/Lodkowski Family

In 2013 we saw another addition to the Spruce/Lodkowski family with Susan's daughter with the arrival of Flynn on the 9th February 2013. Congratulations to Michelle & Peter. "Flynn" arrived into a new world. Then in December 2015 Michelle & Peter announced the arrival of James a brother for Flynn. We look forward to seeing all the new students and all of our returning students from the 7th February 2017. We hope every one had a wonderful Christmas and a very Safe & Happy New Year, and remember:
"To Dance Is To Live"

Miss Sue

In 2012, Miss Sue, after 35 years as a member, was awarded Life Membership of Cecchetti Ballet Australia.
** Congratulations Miss Sue **
This year the school is including Adult classes along with the Senior program and the Babies classes begin from 3 years of age. We look forward to seeing all the new students and all of our returning students from the 7th February 2017.
We hope every one had a wonderful Christmas and a very Safe & Happy New Year, and remember:
"To Dance Is To Live"

Oliver

This year 2011 saw another addition to the Spruce and Ballet School family with the arrival of "Oliver", a son to Roshae & Ash. Oliver's arrival was a little earlier than expected being about 12 weeks early infact. After a long stay in the Royal Women's hospital, Oliver finally made his way to Frankston Hospital and then HOME to Mornington. Oliver is progessing fantastically and we all wish Roshae & Ash all the best. Now is the time to convert Ash, as he thinks he will be able to stop "Olly" from becoming a dancer. Good luck with that ASH, Miss Sue may have something to say about that!!!

New home

After 41 years the Mornington Ballet School (in 2009) moved into it's new home.
The Mornington Ballet School after consultation with the Mornington Peninsula Shire moved into it's new home at: The Studio@PCT, Wilsons Road, Mornington. (This is formerly the site of the Library of the old Mornington High School). After moving into our new home in 2009, Students, Teachers and Parents all agreed that the facilities are outstanding and have contributed greatly to the Ballet School on a whole. The bright surrounds and spacious studios cannot help but generate enthusiasm amongst all concerned and every one is just waiting for the start of 2012. Both studio's are air conditioned and have great lighting, with polished timber floors they make for a wonderful dancing experience for all students from beginners to seniors.