Primary 7-13

Level 2 - Ages 7 and Up

Elevated expectations meet your child as they enter Level 2. Steps previously introduced will evolve and incorporate different positions, patterning, and coordination.

All students are required to bring a single subject spiral notebook to class to notate ballet terminology and practice exercises for homework. Level 2 students will take part in Evaluation classes in the spring semester to determine their placement for the following year.

Classes for this level meet twice weekly. Please select the section that matches your student’s age.


2022-2023 School Year

Bolender Center Campus Johnson County Campus
Level 2A Girls (7 – 9 yrs) 

Mon 5:00 – 6:30 pm &
Wed 5:00 – 6:30 pm

Level 2C

Mon 4:45 – 6:15 PM &
Fri 4:45 – 6:15 PM

Boys Class Tue 7:45-8:30

Level 2B Girls (10+ yrs) & All Boys

Tue 5:00 – 6:30 PM &
Thu 5:00 – 6:30 PM

Boys Class Tue 7:45 – 8:30 PM

All Level 2 classes will take place in-studio with KCBS Health and Safety Protocols.


2022-2023 Registration Form


2022-2023 Academy Placement Class


8 Installments

8 Payments, Sep-April (No payment in May)

2 Installments

2 Payments, Sep and Jan

1 Installment

1 payment due at registration

$50 Registration Fee*

*Registration fee is non refundable.

Financial Aid

Financial Aid may be awarded to students on a need-only basis. Limited resources are offered in this capacity by Kansas City Ballet School.


Dress Code

Option #1

  • Red Body Wrappers tank leotard (Style #BWP015) or KCBS Elevé leotard
  • “Ballet Pink” color Body Wrappers Total Stretch Mesh Seamed Convertible Tights
  • Pink, full sole ballet shoes
  • Hair pulled back neatly and secure in a ballet appropriate hairstyle
  • No jewelry or hair accessories.
  • Ballet class notebook

Option #2

  • White Body Wrappers short-sleeved t-shirt
  • Black M Stevens or Body Wrappers tights
  • White ballet shoes with white socks
  • Hair should be neatly styled and kept out of the face
  • No jewelry or hair accessories
  • Ballet class notebook

Performance Opportunities


Academy students are eligible to audition for Kansas City Ballet productions where roles and ages vary. Casting of students into KCB Company productions is at the sole discretion of the KCB Artistic Director and not a guarantee.


All Kansas City Ballet School students have an end-of-the-year performance opportunity in May.



KCBS hosts two annual watch weeks for families, one in the fall and one in the spring (see the school calendar for dates).

Get Moving

Any student who wishes to join our Primary Division must take a placement class to determine their skill level.

Schedule Placement