“A large majority of Ontarians believe that the arts are important to the quality of life in their community and to their own personal lives”
Registration OPEN for Summer stage camps 2020
spaces limited dont miss out – register today
Reach for the STARS and join us for our 2020 Season
Frozen, Little shop of Horrors, Seussical, Legally Blonde , Peter Pan, High school Musical & More
limited places available, visit programs page for more information
Registration Open for 2020
Training and preparing students for their future roles in life whatever those roles may be
Pre-Kindergarten and JK
A weekly program written specifically for pre-kindergarden and kindergarden children. Introducing them to the fun and excitement of Musical Theatre and the Performing Arts, through Dance, Drama and Singing.
Grades SK – 6
Weekly specialized classes in Acting, Singing and Dance, taught by university qualified and industry professional staff. Enabling all students to meet and exceed their personal potential and individual growth in both confidence, talent and ability.
Grade 7 – 12
Industry professionals will tutor your aspiring performer through weekly masterclasses in the Performance Arts. Let us hone, develop and guide their individual talents and abilities, as they further explore the world of theatre.
Enabling everyone to experience the fun, excitement, and challenge of performing while developing their own talents, strengths, and qualities
Whether your child is new to dance, or spend their days in the studio. Our teachers will help them, discover new skills, grow in confidence, ability, technique and fitness.
All while making new friends!
Through drama our students grow in the skills of communication, reading and an ability to express themselves. Open their imaginations and let your child explore and learn through scene and script work, improvisation and character development.
Singing helps with diction, breath control and confidence. Your child will be taught correct vocal technique, learn about pitch, tone quality and rhythm, whilst increasing their understanding of music and vocal range, through solo and ensemble work.
“Mama said I was a dancer before I could walk, she said I began to sing long before I could talk” – Mamma Mia
What’s Going On?
We want our students to look forward to attending each class and to gain a real sense of achievement and excitement from them
How SCTS is addressing COVID-19 concerns
Dear SCTS family,
As a valued member of the SCTS family, we appreciate the trust you put in us and our team with your child’s theatre education. The health and safety of all of our students and staff is our top priority. We are writing to address the increasing concerns around transmissions of the COVID-19 (coronavirus).
At SCTS, our incredible staff are continuing to uphold our high standards for our facilities and well as our long-standing commitment to a healthy learning environment.
As we close and take off a few weeks for March Break, many families have travel plans abroad. Because of the severity of COVID-19, we want to ensure that we are not putting our students and staff at risk by exposing and spreading the virus in our community.
Following the advisement of the Ontario School closures of all publicly funded elementary and secondary schools for two weeks, we have made a decision as a studio of the following:
In order to reduce the spread of the virus through physical contact at SCTS, our current session will move to a virtual platform information to follow shortly.
Our plan is to provide this option for four weeks starting April 1st. We will make a decision to re-open to the public after the provincial government instructs the community on the next steps.
If you decide not to participate in our online class option or if your family is participating in a quarantine, we are unable to provide a refund for missed classes. Instead of a refund, we will be crediting your acct for the missed classes, these credits can be used towards future classes and camps.
Just as with cold and flu season, our best defence against sickness is to practice good hygiene and we encourage parents to review these procedures with their children:
- Wash your hands with clean, running water. Lather the front and back of your hands, and between your fingers, with soap. Scrub your hands for at least 20 seconds, then rinse your hand under clean, running water. Dry your hands with a clean towel or air dry. (If you need help counting to 20, we recommend singing a verse of Hairspray’s You Can’t Stop the Beat!“)
- If soap and water are not readily available, you can use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol. You can tell if the sanitizer contains at least 60% alcohol by looking at the product label.
- Keep hands out of mouth and nose and avoid touching your face or rubbing your eyes.
Upon return Scts will be well stocked with soap, hand sanitizer and tissues. Teachers will be reminding students to practice everyday preventative measures such as covering their mouth and nose when sneezing, washing hands regularly, and using tissues.
As always, students who are not feeling well should always stay home and makeup class when possible. We want you here when you’re well – but we want you home recovering if you’re sick!
We look forward to seeing all of you in a few weeks!
Remember to visit PARENTS page for updates on recital information and school dates on the Calendar .
Summer stage camps 2020 registration open , sign up early to avoid disappointment , Summer 2019 sold out by April 2019
visit camps page for more information – available now
Fall 2020/21 registration Opens July 1st 2020
Register Early for all programs to avoid disappointment
visit programs page for information and to sign up Space limited!!
Be a part of this dedicated team.
Do you have a passion for teaching and Musical Theatre? We would love to hear from you.
Contact the Artistic Director with your resume and cover letter.
We look forward to connecting