Performing Arts

North Shore Academy of the Arts is proud to provide a myriad of experiences in the performing arts for children and adults. The art of music, drama/theater and dance, that are often performed in from of an audience, are developed at NSAA to instill in the student a sense of self-esteem, accomplishment, and pride. In addition, these opportunities provide entertainment for our audiences and satisfies the recommendations of the Department of Public Instruction Task Force to offer opportunities to see their peers on stage.



Our classes provide private music, instrument, and voice lessons as well as group choir, dance, drama and theater.  Click onto our ‘Program and Registration’ link for a complete listing of current classes.



North Shore Academy of the Arts DANCE DEPARTMENT

DANCE… jazz, pom, hip-hop, high-kick, prop, lyrical, ballet, tap, modern, and cheer! NSAA is now offering an exciting new program where students will focus on a dance style and work as a team while learning technique, dance combinations, and an entire routine to be prepared for performance for family and friends at NSAA’s own stage. The NSAA Dance Dept. also gives students the option of competing in different Dance Competitions when available. This is not a requirement of the class, just an opportunity.

In addition to the fun and excitement, learning and enrichment of being a part of this team, the class will also be incorporating stretching, toning and aerobic activities to keep the team physically fit, while teaching them the value of exercise as a lifestyle.

Our CLASSES/EVENTS brochure has a full listing of current dance classes.

Performing Arts

Private Lessons

Enjoy private lessons from NSAA’s own qualified teachers in the areas of voice, piano, guitar, and recording studio. These private instruction classes give you undivided attention while you continue to enhance your talent.

If you are interested in voice lessons for students under the age of 14, the focus is on basic fundamental techniques to insure the proper use of voice when singing.

Contact NSAA directly at 262.377.3514 or email us at for more information. We will be able to set you up with an instructorso you can schedule your lessons.