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SCB Company
for Dancers with Passion!

What is School of Classical Ballet Company?

SCB Company is a group of the studio's elite and most committed dancers. Due to their love for ballet, these dancers have big dance goals. Company dancers are trained on a pre-professional track, being given additional experiences and mentorship to ensure dancers thrive in the dance world.

Click here to meet our dancers and directors

SCB Company
is a non-profit

And we have a lot of big community goals!


Since our founding, SCB Company has had big goals for bringing accessible ballet to our community, and we have accomplished a lot so far!

If you would like to support of SCB Company bringing ballet to public school children, library programs, community festivals, and more, please consider donating what you can - and we'll see you at our shows! 

SCB Company is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit tax-exempt organization.  All contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Company Performances 2023-24
Come see us Dance!

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AdvancedSummer TrainingAug 12 - 17

Head into your fall season with strength, agility, and renewed inspiration to last the whole year!

Come to our Contemporary Ballet Summer Intensive at SCB August 12 - 17!

SCB Company has put together a challenging and fun 6-day program for you to finish your summer with a bang!  Intermediate and Advanced dancers can expect classes in a wide range of contemporary and ballet techniques all day Monday through Friday with a half-day on Saturday.  Beginner dancers are invited too, with half days all week.

Mark your calendars; Registration opens soon.


What have we been up to?

From tea party fundraisers to community festivals to our first summer intensive and a guest Nutcracker, we have done even more in our second year than the first!  Part of our mission as an organization is to do as much as we can to bring ballet to the community, to do so in the most accessible ways we can, and support our dancers and their goals. 


Auditions for 2024-25 season

Wednesday, May 29th

4:30 - 6:00 pm class-style audition with pointe

6:15-6:45 meeting with selected dancers and parents

at Montana Dance Center/SCB

Please see below for eligibility and Company requirements!  We invite all interested to come and audition for both Company Dancer and Apprentice positions.


Benefits of Being an SCB Company Member

*Photo Shoot for Auditions and Marketing

*Partnering Workshop

*Studio Showing for Parents and Donors

*Performing at Food and Gift Festival

*Performing at Festival of Trees

*Nutcracker Ballet Tea Party Lead Roles

*Season Story Ballet Lead Roles

*Performing Variations in Spring Recital

*Company Master Class with Summer Intensive Guest Instructor

*Individualized Mentorship from Co-Directors

*Attend Shows and Workshops Together

*Pointe Shoe Fittings Assistance

*Future Participation in Youth American Grand Prix (YAGP) or similar events

Company Eligibility

  1. Company members must be available to perform and participate on event dates.

  2. Company members must be at least 13 years of age by January of their first year of participation.

  3. Company members must be enrolled in three weekly ballet classes at SCB.

  4. The weekly ballet classes Company members must be enrolled in are the two for their level and Saturday ballet.

  5. Company members must be enrolled in three rehearsal classes per week.

  6. The weekly rehearsal classes company members must be enrolled in are the Variations class, the Company class, and Saturday Rehearsal class.

  7. Company members must be enrolled in one conditioning class per week.

  8. Company members must maintain good attendance in all classes and rehearsals, missing as few as possible and only with good reason (eg. physical and mental health, planned family trip, mandatory school event)

  9. Company members and parents must provide contact information and maintain good communication with the Company, particularly about attendance.

  10. Company members and parents must pay monthly tuition covering these classes to the studio (SCB) and remain in good standing with tuition payments.

  11. Company members will work with their instructors, parents, and other trusted adults to do their best to maintain their physical and mental health throughout the season.

  12. Company members must maintain a good attitude any time they are in the studio spaces, and when engaging with their fellow dancers, instructors, choreographers, studio admin, and community.

  13. Company members and parents must abide by the studio policies as outlined in the studio welcome packet.

  14. Company members and parents must be able to accomplish the Company requirements as outlined below.


Company requirements

  1. Company members and parents must maintain all eligibility requirements as stated above.

  2. Students interested in joining the company must audition in the spring.  Students unable to audition in person may contact us to schedule an alternative audition date or digital audition in advance of the scheduled audition date.

  3. There is a non-refundable* annual fee of $200 (two-hundred dollars) to be paid to the studio (SCB) upon acceptance of participation in the company.  This includes the annual costume fee and covers all participation in performances for the year.  

  4. The Company will organize various events throughout the year that would require additional payment for participating dancers.  These events are not covered by the annual participation fee, and might include things like professional photo packages, or tickets to a ballet performance.

  5. Company members may miss one technique class during the week if they need the extra time (e.g. lots of school work) but are expected to still attend all rehearsals, including any rehearsal on the same day of the missed class.

  6. The company schedule is designed to allow Company members to participate in MADCo if they desire to be in both student companies, keeping compatible class requirements and avoiding schedule conflicts.  Please keep in mind that the Company asks for a lot of time, about 2-4 hours of time additional to a regular advanced ballet class schedule each week, as outlined in the Eligibility and Requirements, so you may need to decide if you want to do one or the other.  Company will also not conflict with the Nutcracker at the Alberta Bair Theater.

  7. Company members and parents must notify the Company a minimum of one week in advance of known absences so we can accommodate.

  8. In order to help prevent burn out, we will have some off days with no regularly scheduled rehearsal and/or shorter rehearsal days, and we will notify Company members and parents in advance.

  9. Company members must attend at least one SCB Summer Intensive.

  10. Apprentices are not required to participate in all performances, nor necessarily take the Variations class; the decision about these aspects will be made individually with each dancer.

*Should the dancer be unable to perform for a substantial amount of time and/or must withdraw from the company prior to performing, a $50 costume fee will be refunded to the dancer.

Photos by Becky Biggins



Betty Loos

Julia Marble Blass

Leigh Schanfein

Tiffany Wardell

Leigh Schanfein

Tiffany Wardell

Click here to donate in support of SCB Company!  SCB Company is a fiscally sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit tax-exempt organization.  All contributions are fully deductible to the extent allowed by law.

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