A style of dance that traditionally combines classical modern with classical ballet. Today we also see jazz, lyrical, and hip-hop now influencing the choreography.
A street dance style primarily performed to hip-hop music or that evolved from hip-hop culture and includes moves primarily breaking, locking, and popping.
A style of dance that partners music and body that reflects a compilation of cultures. It combines syncopated rhythms with technical movements that stem from classical ballet.
A melding of ballet, jazz and modern with emphasis on using the lyrics and emotions of the music to influence the choreography and performance.
A style that has a strong emphasis on intricate arm movements and is visually pleasing to the eye. Poms should be utilized for the majority of the routine.
A style that incorporates an object that leads the choreography and helps paint a picture for the audience. Props must be used the majority of the time.
Any style of dance that does not fit into the traditional categories. Usually a combination of categories or a routine with a more theatrical element. It is acceptable to enter with any genre. This includes pep rally/ game day entries.
A dance routine where the majority of the dance includes varied kick sequences and display proper form and technique with an emphasis on precision, timing, technique, and height uniformity.
A style of dance whose roots began as a complete contrast to ballet. Movements stem from contractions, swing and release and fall and recovery. Themes and variations tend to lead the choreography.
An unusual or humorous dance performance that usually has a theme that carries the performance by using choreography appropriate to the character of the dance.
A dance performance with choreography consisting of strong, sharp, linear movements focusing on precision moves, sync placement, and formation changes.
Usually themed utilizing a various dance elements and styles. Staging, props, and/or backdrops may be used and performances must not exceed 7 minutes.