Find out what it means to major in dance in college by participating in an immersive high school dance experience. The Indiana University High School Summer Dance Intensive (IUHSSDI), is carefully designed to give rising 9th – 12th grade students an opportunity to study dance at the university level.
Participants study with IU Contemporary Dance Faculty and renowned Guest Artists, in a variety of concert and cultural dance forms, creative practices, and theoretical subjects reflective of our B.F.A. program. All classes are held on the beautiful IU campus and culminate on the final day of the intensive, with a Studio Showcase, held for family and friends.
Supervised 24 hours a day by professional Resident Advisors (RA’s), IUHSSDI participants are housed in their own section of a university residence hall, with male and female students occupying separate floors. Meals are included in tuition, with each student receiving a meal card for use in one of IU’s many food courts. And, when students are not in class, RA’s facilitate social activities that tap into the rich variety of campus and community resources as well as downtime to enjoy time with peers.