COVID-19 Semester Credits:
If you or your child was enrolled last semester and missed the last seven weeks of classes due to coronavirus closure, we’re offering you free credit for seven classes for Fall or Spring this school year. We appreciate the continued support through these difficult times and look forward to seeing you or your child in class.
For more information, you can call our office on Saturdays from 12-4, or get in touch on our contact page.
Mo Holland Dance Studio is a masks-required establishment. This means that students, parents, customers, and all others entering the building must wear masks. This is due to the recent local increase in coronavirus cases. We will be adhering to social distancing, limiting class sizes. If conditions change, our rules will too. We appreciate your understanding.
For all our recent COVID-19 updates, and to see what we are doing to help keep the studio a safe and clean environment, please visit our Announcements page.
Fall 2020 Registration
Fall semester begins September 8th and will end December 12th.
Registration for Fall 2020 is available here
Please look under the “Classes” tab for a full schedule, and information on how to register.
We are located at 914 College Rd., Fairbanks, Alaska
The office will be open Saturdays 12- 4pm.
During these hours the office will be open to purchase dancewear, pick up costumes, register for classes, etc.
Instructors & Philosophy
The Mo Holland Dance Studio believes in a philosophy of teaching dance wherein the students are encouraged to enjoy their class as well as learn new steps and techniques. They are instructed to appreciate all forms and styles of dance.
Important Belief of Mo Holland Dance Studio
The studio would like to add that we support and believe in the following statement:
“There has been a trend for students to take classes beyond their technical level as a matter of convenience or as a status symbol. Vital to the progress of each student – advanced, intermediate, or beginner – is a clear recognition of the standards and grade levels of each class. For a student to push into a class beyond his or her ability is a disrespect to the instructor and other students, and above all, a roadblock to the sought-after progress of the student.”