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newbie

Camdenton, MO

#1 May 31, 2011
moving to Farmington soon and looking for suggestions on the best place for my daughter to take dance and gymnastics...already checked them all out, but can't decide and wanted some personal opinions
ABC123

Park Hills, MO

#3 Jun 1, 2011
Triplett and Propst. They are the best. Teresa really cares about her dance studio and the performances really show that!
jessie<3

Bonne Terre, MO

#4 Jun 1, 2011
FCAC! That's where I go and I love it!:)
Mom

United States

#5 Jun 2, 2011
Any place you go will be very expensive for dance so good luck!
Justmyopinion

United States

#6 Jun 26, 2011
It depends on what you are looking for. Each place is great in their own respect. I don't have a daughter in dance but I watch alot from all of the local studios. Anywhere you decide will come with it's pricetag, some more than others, but that's your preferance. It is just my opinion but; if you are looking for more acro I would try dance creations or triplett and propst, if you are looking for gymnastics I would try parkland gymnastics or fcac, if you are interested in traditional/classical dance training I suggest ballet arts center (very professional and has been around for a long time), if you are looking for more jazz or contemporary then dance creations or triplett and propst and hip hop I would say dance creations.
Every studio deserves the same level of respect, I don't feel that one is better than the other each just has their own style and feeling. Hope you find a new dance home.
Lil Mama-Red

Jackson, MO

#7 Aug 26, 2011
Triplett and Propst Performing Arts Stuio. Once you have checked out all the rest, you will see that T&P are the best by far!!!!
Resident

Park Hills, MO

#8 Aug 28, 2011
Parkland Gymnastics is the only club in town that offers competitive gymnastics, not just acro or tumbling. They also have trampoline, tumbling, cheerleading and gymnastics for children not wanting to compete. I have been taking my children there Parkland for several years and have been nothing but pleased. They progress, have fun and learn gymnastics in a positive environment. If you are looking for dance, I would try Ballet Arts. They have been in the community for years and you won't find anyone else more qualified to teach dance.
kk

Palmdale, CA

#9 Nov 6, 2011
T&P is best dance Parkland is best gymnastics trust me!
shoefreak

Escalon, CA

#10 Nov 6, 2011
ABC123 wrote:
Triplett and Propst. They are the best. Teresa really cares about her dance studio and the performances really show that!
I personally know teresa and she REALLy is the best! Great person, great teacher. Just finished a new studio next to busenbark carpet on hwy 67 north. Love her!

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#11 Dec 25, 2011
If you're looking for dance/acro Triplett&Propst is the best!!! I've gone there for 3 years and it's deffenitly amazing! If you want to look them up go on YouTube and type in Triplett and Propst and you can see some of our previous dances.
dancer

United States

#12 Dec 29, 2011
I dont go to t&p or dance creations but t&p just recently opened dc has been around for a long time something tells me t&p is good only because dc. My opinon
shoefreak

Escalon, CA

#13 Dec 30, 2011
dancer wrote:
I dont go to t&p or dance creations but t&p just recently opened dc has been around for a long time something tells me t&p is good only because dc. My opinon
Yes...triplett and probst is new. But triplett studios was around years ago. She quit to do other things and is now the triplett in triplett and probst!
bystander

Jackson, MO

#14 Dec 31, 2011
Triplett and Propst just moved into a brand new fully equipped studio. Very large and safe. The girls are nice and very welcoming. They have been around for a very long time, but have had too many names to keep up with. From what I have heard. It is the place to go.:) Happy New Years!
InTheKnow

Chicago, IL

#15 Dec 31, 2011
Triplett & Propst and Dance Creations are both very good choices. They are both equal in their dance and acrobatics training. It just depends on what exactly you are looking for. If you want a studio that attends 4-5 competitions a year(which money adds up) then Triplett may be for you. If you are looking to just do 2-3 competitions a year then Dance Creations may be te better choice.
Just because one has a big brand new building does not make that the better choice. My advice would be to attend a class at any studio you are interested in. Also be sure to attend recitals and take a look at their older kids. If the older kids have poor technique and training and I'm betting the younger kids probably do as well.
what ive heard

United States

#16 Feb 2, 2012
Farmington Creative Arts Centre hands down, Teresa from triplett and propst walked out on her own dance competition team a few years back I was a witness first hand girls were crying it was so sad. Maybe they have grown as a studio now I don't know but Its hard to have respect for someone who would do that. And propst supposedly got kicked off of her cheer leading squad when she was a rams cheer leader for coming to practice drunk, just things I've heard ballet arts center is good for technical training in ballet.
Kk

Chicago, IL

#17 Feb 3, 2012
Triplett and Propst definitely for dance. They have got David Freeze sending them questions through videos!!!!!
dance mom

United States

#18 Feb 4, 2012
My daughter attends fcac and i wldnt change it for anything she as a toddler went to ballet art bout as she has procedded to get older she wanted to go further she is now comp acro and comp dance at 9 yrs old doing stuff i barely cld do on collage cheatleading chelsey and cindy are very good to our kids and very up beat with music we have many options gymnastics in many diff levels acro jazz hiphop ballect ect u diff get your moneys worth plus more we are always in parades and they do there best to show of our girls have been to comp brovo ect to yrs straight and walked of with no less the Gold also mothers and fathers are always included by far fcac is number one in many ways
wondering

Chicago, IL

#19 Feb 4, 2012
Can a adult join parkland gymnastics?
Mr_Majestic

Bonne Terre, MO

#20 Feb 4, 2012
Depends on what you want. I would recommend Ballet Arts for dance and Parkland Gymnastics for gymnastics.
Coach

Cape Girardeau, MO

#21 Mar 23, 2013
wondering wrote:
Can a adult join parkland gymnastics?
No they don't offer adult classes

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