General Information

Providing partial tuition scholarships to students who have financial need, technical and artistic potential, and a strong desire to dance is an integral part of Ballet Fantastique’s non-profit mission to make training and performance programs of the highest artistic caliber available to young people of all ages, backgrounds, and means.

Scholarship candidates are reviewed by the Ballet Fantastique Board of Directors and Artistic Staff on the bases of demonstrated financial need, artistic/technical proficiency, and desire and commitment to Ballet Fantastique’s intensive training programs in classical dance.

Most often, students are considered for scholarships after a one-month observation period, but exceptions are made in the case of extreme extenuating circumstances.

Scholarship funding is limited, and students who have been training at Ballet Fantastique for a long period of time have priority on scholarship funds.


Questions or to Contribute

If you have questions about the Ballet Fantastique Scholarship Program, or would like to contribute, please contact us ». All donation amounts are welcome!


Step 1: Eligibility Form

If you are interested in applying for a scholarship through The Academy of Ballet Fantastique, please click here to complete the Eligibility Form.

Step 2: Scholarship Application

Upon completion of the Scholarship Eligibility Form, qualified applicants will receive the Scholarship Application Form via email. All components of the application form must be completed for a scholarship application to be considered. Applicants will be notified of their scholarship award status in writing. Scholarship support is often awarded in the form of work study.

Step 3: Scholarship Recipients

Upon acceptance of a scholarship, students and their parents (if student is under the age of 18) are required to sign and commit to Ballet Fantastique’s Student Scholarship Contract » . Please be sure that you have read, understand, and feel able to commit to these requirements before applying for a BFan scholarship.