Punch Card: Info & Schedule



With the punch card systems there is no pressure to attend a set weekly schedule, but also the opportunity to attend multiple times per week if desired!  Classes are split up by level and our amazing staff tare excellent with all ages.

  • IMPORTANT: Each week we  also have jazz/ballet, cheer or hip hop camps; whatever style camp is happening that week (i.e. a cheer camp) we will NOT be offering the cheer punch pass that week.  Using cheer camp as the example, students who want to attend cheer on their punch pass during a cheer camp week, may instead use that punch pass any day(s) at cheer cheer camp.  Number of hours of camp attended = number of punches to card.
  • Do NOT FORGET your punch pass!  We will not allow students who forget punch cards into classes.  If it’s your first class since registering, you will receive the card at your first summer punch class.



*For Pricinghttp://blissacademydance.com/summer-camp/

*To registerhttps://clients.dancestudiomanager.com/bliss-academy-of-dance-new/client/

*2021-22 competition summer requirements: http://blissacademydance.com/comp-info/

Class Style Details

Cheerleading – studio 2

Our summer cheer leading class will work on improving jumps, kicks, angles as well as learn cheer dances to strengthen memorization of movement.  Some weeks we will stunt, but stunting will not be the focus.

Tumbling – studio 2 

All levels will stretch & go through basic skills to ensure form is correct.   From there, skill practiced will vary per level.  If you’re looking for “dancier” tumbling (ariels and new forms of tumbling tricks), attend the acro classes. If you’re looking for tricks more commonly associated with that style (Head springs, kipp ups etc) attend the tricks class.

Hip Hop – studio 1 

Hip hop is our most popular style because its so dang FUN!  Students will work on a mix of hip hop styles, including tutting, waving, house, choreography combos, freestyle etc.

Tricks – studio 2

Our tricks class work on the skills that are more commonly associated with that style (head springs, kipp ups etc). Levels in these classes will vary, as we have different steps for each trick that students will work on based on their current skillset.   If you’re looking for “dancier” tumbling (ariels and new forms of tumbling tricks), attend the acro classes.  If you’re looking for tumbling (from cartwheels to back tucks)  attend the tumbling class.

Jazz Tech/Movement – studio 3

Technical training in turns, leaps etc, as well as choreography combos to improve memorization skills and emotion in movement.

Acro  – studio 2

Acrobatics (Acro for short) is a class for those looking to practice “dancier” tumbling (ariels and new forms of tumbling tricks).  Working flexibility is also a focus, as it is incorporated into acro tricks.  Levels in these classes will vary, as we have different steps for each trick that students will work on based on their current skillset.  If your looking for tricks more commonly associated with hip hop (Head springs, kipp ups etc) attend the Tricks class.  If you’re looking for tumbling (from cartwheels to back tucks)  attend the tumbling class.

Ballet – studio 1

All levels will stretch for 10 min, tumble for the bulk of class and then spend the last 10 conditioning.  To be a strong tumbler its important we also work on endurance and strength training.


FOR ALL CLASSES: Hair must be pulled back out of face, off of shoulders.

Tumbling, Acro, jazz: Form fitting clothing, for better critiquing on body from.  Foot undies preferred for jazz, bare foot for acro and tumbling.  No color code.

Hip Hop & Cheer: Whatever you can move freely in! Tennis type shoes. No color code.

Ballet: Black leo, pink tights, pink ballet flats.



You will also see a team name by classes.  If you are not on a competition team, dont worry about that team names, close based on your level:

  • For jazz/ballet, choose classes based on your age + technique level (Technique level chart below).
  • For acro/tumbling, choose classes based on your age + tumbling level (Tumbling level chart below)
  • For cheer classes, choose the class for your age or that is back to back with the tumbling level you attend.
  • For hip hop/tricks, choose classes based on age.  Levels can vary in these classes and still allow for proper training.
  • If you are on a 2021-2022 competition team, you will choose your classes based on team.  You will will see your team name listed on the schedule “grade.”


  • Level 1 (Novice) = New to a style or 1 year of dance.
  • Level 2 (Beginning) = Knows all basic ballet positions, how to do a single pirouette, how to leap (etc) still working on consistency and form.
  • Level 3 (Intermediate 1) =  Beginning skills have been mastered with proper form, working on intermediate skills (such as double turns and fouettés).
  • Level 4 (intermediate 2) = Most intermediate skills have been mastered (such as double pirouettes and fouettés) and dancer has their splits as well.
  • Level 5  (Advanced) = Intermediate skills have been mastered (such as triple pirouettes and switch leaps).  Excellent flexibility, learning advanced skills.
  • Level 6 (Advanced+) = Solid 4+ pirouettes in proper form, consistent and well rounded in all areas of technique, elite flexibility, learning pro skills.

NOTE:  (choose the highest skill that can be performed safely without a spot).

  • Level 1: New, or still working to get cartwheels, round offs, arch ups etc.
  • Level 2: Can do all level 1 skills in proper form, working back walk over
  • Level 3: Can back walk over in proper form, working back handspring
  • Level 4: Can back handspring in proper form, working series handsprings
  • Level 5: Has series handsprings in proper form, working tucks
  • Level 6:  Has back tuck (running or standing) in proper form, working on layouts or other advanced skills.



8 weeks of punch card classes,  June 7th-July 31st, 2021

NOTE: You will see some company names listed below in parenthesis.  This is to help our competition students navigate their correct summer classes.  However, anyone of the listed age and/or level can attend, even if they are not on a competition team.

Monday Schedule

9:30-10:30 AMN/AYouth/teen tumble, level 3-4 (Silver Stars)
10:30-11:30AMN/A Youth/teen cheer, mixed level (Silver stars)
3:00-4:00 PMN/AN/A
4:00-5:00 PMTeen ballet, level 3-4 (Sr Prep Co)
Youth tumble, level 1-2 (Mini Co)
5:00-6:00 PMYouth Jazz/ballet, level 1-2 (Mini Co)
Teen acro, mixed level (Sr Prep Co)
6:00-7:00 PMTeen jazz, level 3-4 (Sr Prep Co)

Tuesday Schedule

9:30-10:30 AM(9:45-10:30am)
K-1st Dance (Mini Prep Co)
Youth/Teen Hip hop, mixed level (Groove/Hype Crew)
10:30-11:30AMYouth/Teen Hip hop, level 3-4 (Groove/Hype Crew)
*10:30-11:15am) K-1st Tumble (Mini Prep Co)
3:00-4:00 PMYouth ballet, level 2-3 (Jr Prep Co)
Teen Tumbling, Level 5-6 (Black Magic)
4:00-5:00 PMYouth jazz, level 2-3 (Jr Prep Co)
Teen Cheer, Mixed Level (Black Magic)
5:00-6:00 PMN/AYouth acro, mixed level (Jr Prep Co)
6:00-7:00 PMN/AN/A

Wednesday Schedule

9:30-10:30 AMN/AN/AN/A
ages 3-4 Dance/tumble combo
3:00-4:00 PMYouth Ballet, levels 3-4 (Jr Co)
Youth Tumbling, level 2-3 (Pink Power)
4:00-5:00 PMTeen Ballet, levels 5-6 (Sr Co)
Youth Cheer, mixed level (Pink Power)
Youth jazz, levels 3-4 (Jr Co)
5:00-6:00 PMN/AYouth acro, mixed levels (Jr Co)
Teen jazz, levels 5-6 (Sr Co)
6:00-7:00 PMN/ATeen acro, mixed level (Sr Co)

Thursday Schedule

9:30-10:30 AMYouth the hop, level 1-2 (Swag Crew)
Teen tricks, mixed level (Funk/BAD Crew)
10:30-11:30AMTeen hip hop, level 5-6 level (Funk/BAD Crew)
Youth tricks, mixed level (Swag Crew)
3:00-4:00 PMN/AN/A
4:00-5:00 PMN/AN/A
5:00-6:00 PMN/AN/A
6:00-7:00 PMN/AN/A
Are you ready to feel the Bliss?