"Nobody cares if you can't dance well. Just get up and dance. Great dancers are great because of their passion."
Welcome to JAM Dance Academy! The newest dance center in Northeast Ohio located in North Ridgeville. Founded by former Ohio Dance Theatre principal dancer, Jennifer Muselin. JAM Dance Academy offers high-quality classes for all ages and different levels, from beginner to advanced. There's something for everyone who has a passion for performing! Our instructors are accomplished dancers from a variety of personal and professional backgrounds all with the same philosophy....to develop a persons inner dancer all while having fun!
We look forward to welcoming you here!
JAM is now accepting student registration for our Fall/Winter Semester beginning Monday, September 8th. JAM instructs students from ages 3-adult in all disciplines of dance and performing arts. View our Fall/Winter Schedule now.
There is still time to register! JAM will not close registration due to prior commitments with fall activites. Please contact us if you
need to start at a later date due to scheduling conflicts.
Completed registration forms can also be mailed directly to:
JAM Dance Academy, 35100 Center Ridge Road, North Ridgeville, Oh., 44039
JAM's newest Parent & Tot movement program focusing on children ages
18 month - 2 1/2 years of age.
Click here for more details.
We understand that performing shapes and molds a person with experiences that can transform them for life. Our main goal, first and foremost will be to focus on a students' technical training. Whether they wish to pursue a career in dance or simply dance for the rest of their lives, JAM trains a dancer to be well-rounded in all disciplines of the art-form. We will have performance opportunities for our students both local and non-local as well as, JAM produced events such as our "Story Time with Santa" event, "Valentine's Princess Tea" and holiday student choreographic showcase. An end of the year recital is scheduled for Saturday, June 13, 2015 at the Elyria High School Performing Arts Center.
All photos courtesy of David Uschold at dmuphoto.com