Classic City Majorettes

Come twirl with the best! We offer instruction in dance-twirling, strutting, marching technique and more! Our majorette program was the hit of the town last year! Classes filled quickly. You do not want to miss the chance to have your daughter receive training from the best instructors around.

Students will have also the opportunity to demonstrate their skills in community performances such as the Bogart Fall Festival Parade, Watkinsville First Friday, UGA Volleyball Performance, Athens Christmas Parade, UGA Men's and Women's Basketball Games, Winterville Retirement Center, a Competition at Clarke Central, the Winterville, Marigold Parade, and a Parent's Night.

Classes are held at Bishop Park. Batons and uniforms are extra and will be ordered at the first class.

  • Ages: 5 and older
  • Program Dates: Check back for dates
  • Time: Tuesday, 5:15 – 8:00 p.m.
  • Fee: $65 ACC resident; $97.50 Non-resident
  • Location: Bishop Park Gym, 706-613-3589
  • Contact: Melanie Baer, 706-207-5890 or email
Baton I - class meets 5:15-6:00 p.m. Students will learn twirling fundamentals needed to be successful in subsequent baton levels. Basic twirls, beginner tricks, body work, marching techniques and more will be taught. Students will learn marching and dance twirl routines and perform these routines at various community events. A baton and uniforms are required for this class.

Baton II - class meets from 6:00-7:00 p.m. Students who have completed minimum of two years of Baton I and/or have been evaluated by the baton instructors are ready for this class. Students will continue to practice the skills learned in Baton I while building their knowledge as they learn intermediate twirls, skills, body work and tricks. Students will learn marching and dance twirl routines and will perform these routines at various community events. A baton and uniforms are required for this class.

Baton III - class meets 7:00-8:00 p.m. Students who have completed a minimum two years of Baton I and a minimum of two years of Baton II and/or have been evaluated by the baton instructors are ready for Baton III. Students will continue to practice skills learned in both the Baton I and II classes as they begin to learn advanced baton twirls, skills, body work and tricks. Competition twirling will be a required element of this class and students will compete at local competitions. Students will learn marching and dance twirl routines and will perform these routines at various community events. A baton, uniforms and competitions fees are required for this class.
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