The Ensworth School of Dance is an after-school dance program committed to providing quality dance education in a positive, loving environment. Our goal is to instill in students a lifelong love of the art, technical proficiency, poise, creativity, and respect for self and others.
The Ensworth School of Dance specializes in teaching ballet, hip hop, jazz, tap and tumbling. For more information on fees, schedule, attire and policies, please refer to the informational document at right.

Summer Camp Offerings

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  • Hip Hop Dance Camp

    Grades K–4
    Join us for some groovy summer fun as we get down at the Hip Hop Dance Camp! Open to both guys and girls, this camp will include high energy dance choreography, cool tricks, and fun dance games for Grades K–4. No previous dance experience is required! Students should wear comfortable clothing they can move freely in and sneakers, and bring a water bottle! Min. 10, Max. 25

     Lindsay White
    Dates: Week 1 (June 3-7, afternoons 1–4 p.m.)
                Week 2 (June 10-14, mornings 9 a.m.–12 p.m.) 
    Cost: $150

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Dance Instructors

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  • Lindsay White, Director

    During her time at Oklahoma City University, Lindsay White majored in Dance Performance and served as a member of the world-renowned American Spirit Dance Company and the OCU Pep Dancers. Her professional career includes tours with acclaimed country artists Jo Dee Messina, Sawyer Brown, and Bryan White, as well as platinum-selling Gospel artists Nicole C. Mullen, Audio Adrenaline, and Out of Eden.
    Lindsay’s choreography has earned national recognition on the competition dance circuit. Recently, Lindsay choreographed for the Women of Faith Conference Tour, as well as CMT’s reality show “Your Chance to Dance.” Lindsay is currently in her third year as Director of Dance Company at Ensworth. She teaches several dance courses, including Music Video Dance and Dance for Athletes.
  • Rachel Tolbert, Associate Director

    After receiving her B.F.A. in Theatre and Dance from Middle Tennessee State University, Rachel continued her professional career in Los Angeles. During her time in L.A., Rachel received a scholarship at the Millennium Dance Complex, trained under top-level choreographers, and worked as an Assistant Choreographer and Show Director for Stiletto Entertainment.
    Rachel has performed with DreamWorks, Holland America Line cruise ships, Bloomingdale’s, AT&T and for artists such as Hunter Hayes, Miley Cyrus, Gloriana, Blake Shelton and more. Last year, Rachel taught jazz and tap at Ensworth’s School of Dance and also performed on ABC’s “Nashville” TV show.