Dear EPAC Families,

EPAC will reopen May 18 - June 30, 2020. Please see our guidelines for entering EPAC. Dancers will be required to wear masks during class. We will be focusing on barre work and minimal center practice. No intense cardio unless we go outside without masks. Our top priority is the health and safety of our dancers, families and faculty members. Thank you for your ongoing support, and flexibility. We look forward to seeing all of our EPAC dancers soon!

Guidelines and Check list for entering EPAC:
- Dancers line up outside 6ft apart by themselves and enter through the front door
- One entrance (front door) and one exit (side door)
- We will have a school monitor that lets dancers in and helps them exit through the side door
- Temperatures will be taken
- A mask must be worn (worn when entering and kept on until they have exited the building)
- Dancers put on hand sanitizer before class
- Leotard and tights must be worn under coverup as dressing rooms will be locked
- Only Dancers enter EPAC, no parents, siblings, etc.
- Patience & Understanding (there will be a wait to get in and out)
- Respect (for the rules and faculty)
- Door will be locked 10 mins after class start time
- Dancers must adhere to social distancing when entering, during class and exiting
- Faculty will wipe down of door handles, barres, and bathrooms before next group enters
- If a class size is over 9 dancers we will schedule 2 classes
Tuesday, Jan. 10th, EPAC is open for class!


Now Enrolling For New School Year Term.


As a performing arts center, our goal is to instill a respect for the art of dance, while providing the highest quality training possible. Our professional faculty has a refreshingly humanistic approach to training and preparing the student for a meaningful and long lasting relationship with the arts. Eagle Performing Arts Center was founded in 2004 and has been at the forefront of promoting dance in Idaho. Students at EPAC receive excellent dance training while developing a love for the art of dance. Through performances in the greater Treasure Valley, our dancers share their passion for dance with the larger community.

The school is a wonderful place to study and mature as a young artist. Many students have gone to dance professionally and study at colleges and universities, while others have pursued academic interests while maintaining a meaningful relationship with dance through adult classes and patronage of the performing arts.

“...has become one of the strongest dance training programs in the Northwest region...”

Idaho Statesman


The ballet curriculum, for students in first thru twelfth grades focuses on immersing students in classical technique that provides a solid foundation not only in ballet, but also for other forms of dance. Jazz, modern, and musical theater students all use ballet as their fundamental training. 

Thru weekly training in the studio and opportunities to perform in end-of-year recitals and with IRB in The Nutcracker and Charlotte’s Web, students will develop musicality, coordination, discipline, and a versatile, classical technique, as well as an in depth understanding of the history and philosophies of dance.



The summer months present a wonderful opportunity to study dance. We offer a wide variety of programs during the summer for the very youngest dancers to the pre-professional student. 

In addition, we have classes for the intermediate/advanced student all summer long on a drop in basis.