...building generations of dancers 

Please register online by clicking below! If you have any problem registering, send us an email to LegacyTuition@gmail.com and we will respond within 24-48 hours!

WELCOME TO LEGACY DANCE STUDIO!

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Note: Upon entering the website, enter the email address previously provided to Legacy as your Login ID. Then, click the link that says "Forgot your password or need to get started". A password to access your existing account will be emailed to you. Next, login and get started! Please confirm/update all account information before enrolling your student. 

29173 Northwestern Hwy. Southfield MI 48034

+1.248.850.1502

Thank you for choosing Legacy Dance Studio, we know you have many choices and we appreciate you trusting us with your child's dance training! We are committed to providing superior dance instruction in a family oriented, safe and positive environment. Our goal is to develop an understanding of the performing arts through self-confidence, discipline, sportsmanship, enthusiasm, dedication and consistency through a process of teaching that challenges and inspires students, helping them to meet their potential. Legacy Dance Studio incorporates the critical importance of technique, passion and artistry to attain the highest level of performance for our students.


We believe in teaching students through our individual enthusiasm for dance, dedication to the arts, and our sheer determination to succeed: as our staff is an eclectic collaboration of professionals who have professional experience in all aspects of the arts in every genre. 

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NOTE: Class placement is at the discretion of the Legacy Dance Studio Staff. Please keep in mind that your child's best interests are taken seriously. We are committed to making sure your child is placed in a class at the appropriate level to ensure that she/he is able to be challenged but not overwhelmed. Each student progresses at his/her own pace and should not be compared to another child, as talent and ability varies. Part of our job as instructors is to make sure students are not bored with their class, but also to make sure they are not overwhelmed either; If we see this to be the case, it will certainly be addressed.