Where students can build inner strength and confidence through learning a plethora of dance styles with detailed technique, inspire a lasting love and appreciation for dance through artistic excellence, exhilarating performances/competitions, innovative choreography and superb educational programs.
In furtherance of our mission, we are committed to maintaining and enhancing our status as:
An accomplished staff with a diverse repertory whose range includes the classics to contemporary works.
Supporting staff and welcoming team with an environment where they can thrive and further develop the art form.
A meaningful program for non-professional dancers that will create professionals.
A beautiful facility for performances, rehearsals and ongoing operations.
To inspire not only our lives but others around us.
As an individual and team we will achieve our highest goals.
To respect ourselves, our team and empower humanity by adhering to policies and procedures.
An updated account to participate in any activities affiliated with the dance competition department.
To build inner strength and confidence by having the courage and willingness to face issues and concerns with maturity and dignity to avoid gossip, criticism, or degrading comment for any dance member, peers or parents.
Current Competitive Groups
Varsity Dancers: Invitation Only for dancers 8 and up.
Junior Varsity Dancers: Invitation only for dancers 8 and up.
We are excited for all the children who get to participate in this amazing opportunity! It is really important to the LCTC to provide quality theatre for all. ... See MoreSee Less
One week to go! Are you ready to have a week full of great fun?
In addition to putting on a show in a week, the MCT guest directors will also be presenting three additional enrichment workshops. Behind the Scenes will be held at the Leavitt Center at 3:00 on Tuesday, August 15; Improv will be held at 4:00 on Thursday, August 17, at the Portneuf Library and Acting will be held at 6:00 on Thursday, August 17, at the Marshall Public Library. We are so grateful to these organizations for giving us space to hold these workshops.
These workshops are free to attend, but space is limited for each one. To register, please call Sarah at 208.844.1139 or Lindsay at 208.244.4826.
Hello friends! We have hired on a new group that is really excited and very qualified to take on our dance teams. Natalie Galloway is the head coach of the Lassies at Highland High school and she has a great program lined up for us that she is heading up. We are very sad to see Katie O and Daysha go, but Katie is moving and with Daysha in school full time and working another job, we needed another option that could put in the time that our teams need. We are excited for Natalie to join us, she has created a very successful program at Highland and is joining with us to continue and further grow the program here! Join us and our mission to build confidence in our students and share it with the community!
I have loved working with everybody at the Leavitt Center and will deeply miss teaching there. I have meet so many great people/students these past 4 1/2 years. My husband received a job in Texas and we have made a family decision to move this summer. I would love to tell all of my students to keep moving forward with the Leavitt Center. You will become a more well rounded stronger student by getting experience from a variety of teachers. However, that does not change the friendships that we have created and we will hold dear to our hearts. I would love to visit in the future and maybe hold a camp for all those that would love to participate and learn from me another time. Thanks for everything!!! ... See MoreSee Less