MB's COVID-19 Info
Wearing a mask is mandatory at all times in the building for students, staff, and faculty. Any student, faculty, or staff refusing to wear a mask will be excluded from on-site programs and gatherings. A 3-foot distance is maintained between children ages 11 and under.
At their assigned time, students should arrive via the front entrance of the building. Students will line up 6 feet apart for temperature and symptom screening. Students will be screened initially with a touchless thermometer. If they’re reading is 100.4 F or above, they will be asked to step aside for a second temperature screening with a regular thermometer. If secondary testing confirms elevated temperature, the student will be required to leave immediately.
Parents/caretakers should wait in our parking lot until they receive confirmation of admission from their dancer. Parents/caretakers are not permitted to accompany their students into the building.
Customer entrances and exits, and points of interaction, are equipped with proper sanitation products, including hand sanitizer and/or sanitizing wipes, and no-touch trash containers. Hand-washing facilities will be available and will stay operational and stocked at all times. Additional soap, paper towels, and hand sanitizer will be supplied, when needed.
Sanitizing supplies are provided to promote students’ and employees’ personal hygiene. This includes tissues, no-touch trash cans, hand soap, adequate time for hand-washing, alcohol-based hand sanitizers, disinfectants, and disposable towels.
All shared equipment and touchable surfaces are cleaned and sanitized between each use.
Ballet Program FAQ
The Ballet Program, is designed to be taken in its entirety. Registered students attend a training program for the entire school year as well as a Summer Intensive.
Drop in Ballet technique classes are available for our Adult Community, including both Beginning Adult Ballet classes and Int/Adv Technique classes.
For children ages 8 and up, the full-time program is by placement audition only. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org requesting information and a placement audition. Please include basic information about your child and his/her previous training; name, age, school grade, previous dance schools, hours of training per week, other forms of dance taken, and for ladies, number of years on pointe, if any.
Marin Ballet offers a specialized training program when male students reach Levels 5-9. Besides training with their respective levels, they have separate Boys Classes, including technique, repertoire, strength training and conditioning.
The mission of Marin Ballet is to provide excellent classical ballet training and education, and promote the art of dance. Besides our Ballet technique, Pointe, Repertoire and Boys Classes, students have had the opportunity to train in Contemporary Technique, Character Dance, and West African Dance whether in our School Year Program or during our Summer Intensive.
Culture & Community FAQ
Culture and Community has been created as a drop-in program to promote connection, creativity, and to keep people moving! These classes are open to the General Public and Marin Ballet Students and Families.
The Ballet Program, is designed to be taken in its entirety. Registered students attend a training program for the entire school year as well as a Summer Intensive. If you are registered in our School Year 2021-2022 Ballet Program, the additional “Culture and Community” classes are included at no additional charge and considered optional.
Be Social: is a one-night gathering where a guest drops-in to teach a few steps of a particular genre of social dance……like Tango, Salsa, Rumba….even Hip Hop. We talk a little history, learn the steps, and leave some time at the end for free dance to practice and have fun. This group is usually geared for ages 16 and up. We’ll let you know if it’s a Family Night.
Gatherings are virtual for now. Solo or couples. No dance experience is needed!
Visit Be Social: for upcoming dates.